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Republic Day: As a result of many sacrifices, India became an independent nation on August 15, 1947, liberating itself from British rule …

Republic Day: As a result of many sacrifices, India became independent on 15 August 1947, free from British rule. Under the 1947 Indian Independence Act passed by the British Parliament, Lord George VI became the Constitutional Head and Earl Mountbatten became the Governor General. Since our country did not have an independent constitution at that time, the rule continued on the basis of the Government of India Act, 1935. The Constitution Drafting Committee was set up on August 28, 1947 to draft the country’s constitution. Baba Saheb and Ambedkar chaired the committee. The draft constitution was presented to the Constituent Assembly (Provisional Parliament) and over a period of almost two years, the 308 members discussed and amended the Constitution of India. It was handwritten in English and Hindi and signed and finalized on January 24, 1950.

The day of the enactment of the Constitution was January 26, 1950, the day of the Republic of India. Due to its historical significance, January 26 was chosen as the Republic Day. The ‘Indian National Congress’, which led the struggle for Indian independence, declared for a ‘complete state’ in 1930 and called on the nation to celebrate the full Swarajya Jayanti day on January 26 every year. People all over the country hoist the national flag and celebrate the Republic Day of India.

కాలం Time taken by the Constituent Assembly to draft the Constitution of Independent India: 2 years, 11 months, 18 days.

సభ The Constituent Assembly convened 11 times, for 165 days. It took 114 days to write the constitution.

7 7,635 amendment proposals were tabled in the Constituent Assembly in the process of drafting the Constitution. Of these, 2,473 proposals were considered, discussed and resolved.

The Constitution of India was adopted by the House on November 26, 1949. This copy was signed by the members on January 24, 1950. A total of 284 members signed.

The Constitution of India came into force on January 26, 1950. On that day the Constituent Assembly was dissolved and India became the Provisional Parliament.

తా The Provisional Parliament lasted until the formation of a new Parliament after the first general election in 1952.

There are only two originals of our Constitution, one in Hindi and one in English, preserved in the House of Parliament in helium-filled briefcases to prevent spoilage, and only photocopies are available to us.

Our Constitution came into force on January 26 at 10:18 am.

26 January 26, 1930 was celebrated as Independence Day or Poorna Swaraj Day, the day on which India decided to fight for complete independence.

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