Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
  • Cultivation of mind should be the ultimate aim of human existence.

  • For a successful revolution it is not enough that there is discontent. What is required is a profound and thorough conviction of the justice, necessity and importance of political and social rights.

  • A people and their religion must be judged by social standards based on social ethics. No other standard would have any meaning if religion is held to be necessary good for the well-being of the people.

Constitution of India

Sr. No. Title Download
1 The Union And Its Territory pdf (36 KB)
2 Citizenship pdf (69 KB)
3 Fundamental Rights pdf (44 KB)
4 Directive Principles Of State Policy pdf (144 KB)
5 The Union pdf (131 KB)
6 The States pdf (24 KB)
7 The States In Part B Of The First Schedule pdf (27 KB)
8 The Union Territories pdf (50 KB)
9 The Panchayats pdf (75 KB)
10 The Scheduled And Tribal Areas pdf (37 KB)
11 Relations Between The Union And The States pdf (50 KB)
12 Finance, Property, Contracts And Suits pdf (76 KB)
13 Trade, Commerce And Intercourse Within The Territory Of India pdf (37 KB)
14 Services Under The Union And The States pdf (67 KB)
15 Elections pdf (39 KB)
16 Special Provisions Relating To Certain Classes pdf (61 KB)
17 Official Language pdf (44 KB)
18 Emergency Provisions pdf (59 KB)
19 Miscellaneous pdf (53 KB)
20 Amendment Of The Constitution pdf (36 KB)
21 Temporary, Transitional And Special Provisions pdf (87 KB)
22 Short Title, Commencement, Authoritative Text In Hindi And Repeals pdf (36 KB)

Sr. No. Title Download
1 First Schedule pdf (50 KB)
2 Second Schedule pdf (48 KB)
3 Third Schedule pdf (40 KB)
4 Fourth Schedule pdf (38 KB)
5 Fifth Schedule pdf (42 KB)
6 Sixth Schedule pdf (95 KB)
7 Seventh Schedule pdf (63 KB)
8 Eighth Schedule pdf (35 KB)
9 Ninth Schedule pdf (63 KB)
10 Tenth Schedule pdf (43 KB)
11 Eleventh Schedule pdf (26 KB)
12 Twelfth Schedule pdf (36 KB)