Speech on National Constitution Day

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Speech on National Constitution Day for Students in English

The National Constitutional Day is also called National Law Day or Samvidhan Diwas. It is celebrated every year on 26th November. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar played an important role in the formation of our Constitution as he was the chairman of the drafting committee of our Constitution. The Constitution of India is the longest written constitution in the world. In 2015, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi marked November 26 as the Constitution Day in India to celebrate the 125th birthday of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.


Below are 2 speeches on National Constitution Day, of which a long speech on the National Constitution Day, is the first one. A short Indian Constitution Day speech is also given for students’ reference. They can refer to these speeches which would help them to understand the significance of the Constitution of India. 


Long Speech on National Constitution Day

‘Good morning everyone!’, I am here to speak a few words about the National Constitutional day of our country. 


Our Constitution day is celebrated every year on 26th November to honour the adaptation of the Constitution of India. It is also called National Law day or Samvidhan Diwas. As we all know India got its independence on 15th August 1947 and on 26th January 1950 the Constitution of India came into effect. It is celebrated as Republic Day.


You might be thinking about the history of how the constitution of India came into effect?  The constitutional assembly was formed which consisted of elected representatives from various fields. A few of the important members were Dr. B.R Ambedkar as he was the chairman of the drafting committee, Jawaharlal Nehru as he was the first prime minister of India, B.N Rau as the constitutional advisor, and Sardar Vallabhai Patel, home minister of India. 


There was a two month period between the adaptation and the enforcement of the Constitution. These two months were used for complete reading and translation of the constitution from Hindi to English. 


The constitutional assembly met for 166 days before the constitution was adopted. During the adaptation two hands, written copies each in Hindi and English were signed by the constitutional assembly members on January 24, 1950. By January 26, 1950, the constitution of India came into effect and from that day it became the law of the land. 


The constitutional day was not celebrated before the year 2015. In the year 2015, our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi marked November 26 as the constitution day in India to celebrate the 125th birthday of Dr. BR Ambedkar. Constitution day aims to celebrate the significance of the Indian constitution. It is the day that also celebrates the life of Dr. B R Ambedtkar was is considered to be the architect of our constitution. 


The constitution declares India a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republic. It guarantees the Indian citizens justice, equality, and liberty and endeavors to promote fraternity. 


The constitution of India lays down the framework for the political code, structure, procedure, powers, and the duties of the government bodies and provides the fundamental rights, core principles, and duties of the citizens towards the country. 


One of the important features of our constitution is that the constitution of India is the longest written constitution of any country. Our constitution was influenced by other countries. The concept of liberty, equality, and fraternity were taken from the French constitution, The directive principles were taken from Ireland constitution. The laws on which our supreme court functions were taken from Japan.


On a constitutional day, the preamble of the constitution is read in all the colleges and schools. In addition to this, various lectures are done discussing the constitution of our country. Through these various lectures, debates, and competitions the students become aware and understand the importance of the Indian constitution.


To conclude I want to say that constitutional day is celebrated to signify the importance the constitution has on countries’ growth. It helps in maintaining a law and order across the country. It helps in providing guidelines and reminding Indians of their duties towards themselves and the country. last but not least I pledge to become an Indian who follows our constitution and make my country proud. Thank you.


Short Speech on National Constitution Day

‘Good morning everyone!’, I am honored to be here and it’s my pleasure to speak a few words about National Constitutional day.


The Constitutional day was not celebrated before the year 2015. In the year 2015, our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi marked November 26 as the constitution day in India to celebrate the 125th birthday of Dr. BR Ambedkar.


As we all know India got its independence on 15th August 1947. On 26th January 1950, the constitution of India came into effect and that is the reason we celebrate it as Republic day. 


You might be thinking about the history of how the constitution of India came into effect?  The constitutional assembly was formed which consisted of elected representatives from various fields. The important members were Dr. B.R Ambedkar, Jawaharlal Nehru, B.N Rau, and Sardar Vallabhai Patel.


The constitutional assembly met for 166 days before the constitution was adopted. During the adaptation two hands, written copies each in Hindi and English were signed by the constitutional assembly members on January 24, 1950. By January 26, 1950, the constitution of India came into effect and from that day it became the law of the land.


Constitution day aims to celebrate the significance of the Indian constitution. It is the day that also celebrates the life of Dr. B R Ambedtkar.


The constitution declares India a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republic. It guarantees the Indian citizens justice, equality, and liberty and endeavors to promote


fraternity. The constitution of India lays down the framework for the political code, structure, procedure, powers, and the duties of the government bodies and provides the fundamental rights, core principles, and duties of the citizens towards the country. 


The constitutional day is celebrated in schools and colleges to spread awareness about the importance of the constitution in our daily lives. Thank you. 


10 Lines About Indian Constitution Day Speech

  1. The constitutional day is celebrated every year on 26th November to honor the adaptation of the constitution of India.

  2. The constitutional day is also called National law day or Samvidhan Diwas.

  3. Dr, BR Ambedkar is also known as the Father of the constitution. 

  4. In the year 2015, our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi marked November 26 as the constitution day in India to celebrate the 125th birthday of Dr. BR Ambedkar.

  5. Constitution day aims to celebrate the significance of the Indian constitution.

  6. It is the day that celebrates the life of Dr. B R Ambedtkar was is considered to be the architect of our constitution. 

  7. The constitution declares India a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republic. It guarantees the Indian citizens justice, equality, and liberty and endeavors to promote fraternity. 

  8. The constitution of India lays down the framework for the political code, structure, procedure, powers, and duties of the government bodies.

  9. The constitution of India is the longest written constitution of any country.

  10. The constitution of India provides the fundamental rights, core principles, and duties of the citizens towards the country.