The Constitution of India was adopted by the All India Assembly on 26 November 1949, after which it was implemented throughout India on 26 November 1950. Article 395 repealed earlier Acts of the British Parliament to ensure constitutional autonomy. India observes 26 January as Republic Day to celebrate the implementation of its constitution. The Constitution announces India to be a socialist, secular, and democratic republic, confident justice and freedom to its citizens. The constitution was draught by the Constituent Assembly, which was elected by the elected members of the legislatures. If you want to collect Indian Constitution Miniature Sheet with Indian Stamps, visit Philacy.com.
26-01-2020: Constitution of India miniature Sheet
The Indian Constitution is the supreme law of India. Its document sets out the framework that delineates the fundamental political structure and duties of government institutions and the fundamental rights and responsibilities of citizens. India’s constitution is the largest written constitution in the world. On this occasion, Indian Post Department published a set of two Miniature Sheets, named Constitution of India Miniature Sheet. The Constitution of India confers constitutional supremacy as it was made by a Constituent Assembly rather than a Parliament and was adopted by the people with a declaration in its preamble. The Parliament cannot override the Constitution.