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.TitleDownload
1The Union And Its Territorypdf (36 KB)
2Citizenshippdf (69 KB)
3Fundamental Rightspdf (44 KB)
4Directive Principles Of State Policypdf (144 KB)
5The Unionpdf (131 KB)
6The Statespdf (24 KB)
7The States In Part B Of The First Schedulepdf (27 KB)
8The Union Territoriespdf (50 KB)
9The Panchayatspdf (75 KB)
10The Scheduled And Tribal Areaspdf (37 KB)
11Relations Between The Union And The Statespdf (50 KB)
12Finance, Property, Contracts And Suitspdf (76 KB)
13Trade, Commerce And Intercourse Within The Territory Of Indiapdf (37 KB)
14Services Under The Union And The Statespdf (67 KB)
15Electionspdf (39 KB)
16Special Provisions Relating To Certain Classespdf (61 KB)
17Official Languagepdf (44 KB)
18Emergency Provisionspdf (59 KB)
19Miscellaneouspdf (53 KB)
20Amendment Of The Constitutionpdf (36 KB)
21Temporary, Transitional And Special Provisionspdf (87 KB)
22Short Title, Commencement, Authoritative Text In Hindi And Repealspdf (36 KB)

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