"Slavery does not merely mean a legalised form of subjection. It means a state of society in which some men are forced to accept from others the purposes which control their conduct. This condition obtains even where there is no slavery in the legal sense. It is found where, as in the caste system, some persons are compelled to carry on certain prescribed callings which are not of their choice."
Defining who we are as a people, and who we can be, the Indian Constitution is the embodiment of the principles of India's struggle for independence.
The values that shaped the Constitution were a reflection of India's spirit shaped over epochs of its rich civilisational history. Accordingly, the manuscript of the Constitution tries to encapsulate that seamless continuity through beautiful artwork, which serves as a concise illustrated history of India.Click here to read more.