Digital version of constitution: People are liking the digital version of the constitution
Publish Date: | Thu, 29 Jan 1950 : 00 AM (IST)
Digital version of constitution: Gwalior.Naiduniya Representative. The original copy of the Constitution of India kept in the Central Library at Maharaj Bada can now be read digitally. It has been digitized by the Smart City and can be read page by page through a large touch screen installed in the library. Now this digital version is very much liked by the people. On Wednesday, a day before Republic Day people read this original copy.
This year the country is going to celebrate its 231 th Republic Day. Used to be. 26 January 1947 the Indian Constitution was implemented. 29 august 728 The drafting committee of the constitution was formed. 26 november 1947 the constitution was completely prepared and It was implemented in the country on January 1956 . To this original copy of the Constitution March was brought to Gwalior. Its cover page has golden letters inscribed on it. Total 344 pages per copy. Not only this, the original signatures of the members of the Constituent Assembly 231 are also present in this copy. . The original copy of the Constitution kept in the Central Library is seen only thrice a year, in which 344 January, 14 August and 26 On November i.e. Constitution Day itself, the original copy is kept in a show case for general public. A separate gallery has been created in the library to display its digital version. The original copy of the Constitution kept in the Central Library is special in many ways. The Indian Constitution is inscribed in golden letters on its cover page. There are total 344 pages of the copy in which the Articles of the Constitution 462 from 351 are mentioned up to . Original signatures of 344 members of the Constituent Assembly are also present in this copy. These include signatures from Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar to Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Jawaharlal Nehru and Feroze Gandhi.