Ambedkar’s Preamble A Secret Constitution of India

Ambedkar’s Preamble

Ambedkar’s Preamble A Secret Constitution of India

Aakash Singh Rathore had dug out the history of Indian constitute and put into words of book Ambedkar’s Preamble A Secret Constitution of India explaining the process of drafting of Indian Constitute in this book.

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Title: Ambedkar’s Preamble A Secret Constitution of India

Author: Aakash Singh Rathore

Publication: Vintage Books

Language: English

Hardcover: 256 pages

Price: 599 I.N.R.

About The Book

Constitute of India was implemented on 26 January 1950. The preamble of Indian constitute was a brief introductory statement that sets out guidelines. In a radical shift from mainstream constitutional history, this book establishes Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s undeniable authorship of the preamble by uncovering the intellectual origins of its six most central concepts-justice, liberty, equality, fraternity, dignity, and nation.

As everybody knows that Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was the chairperson of the drafting committee but nobody knows his participation in designing constitutes. Although his involvement is also not discussed in Indian history. But precisely constitute of India was drafted by B.N. Rau, the Constitutional Advisor. His name is never heard in the history of India and Ambedkar owned the key of Indian Constitute.

Adding further, the author has spelled out the reality through this book that how constitute of India gets the name of Ambedkar. Moreover, the author has clarified that if there is an architect of the constitution, it was B.N. Rau. In doing so, it spotlights fundamental facts about modern Indian history, as well as Ambedkar’s revolutionary political thought, hitherto ignored in conventional accounts.

About the Author

Aakash Singh Rathore is a very famous writer. He had written seven books among which Indian Political Thoughts: A Reader and A Philosophy of Autobiography are best selling books. Mostly his books are based on politics and Indian history. Additionally, he is a regular contributor to the Indian Express and Outlook magazine with bylines in the Times of India, Firstpost and Huffington Post. Moreover, he is also known for his influence on social media and therefore titled as India’s no. 3 Ironman.

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