The Hindu constitution of Ambedkar

This article originally appeared in The Rational Hindu.

Ambedkar rejected both the words, “secular” and “socialist,” which was later inserted by Indira Nehru into the preamble of the Constitution during her undemocratic imposition of the draconian emergency.

Please see for yourself the images from the original copy of the constitution filled with Hindu imagery.

Page with Dr B R Ambedkar’s signature
Page with Jawaharlal Nehru’s signature
The iconic symbol of Tamil Hindu Shaivism, Bhagawan Nataraj

Please see for yourself the images from the original copy of the constitution filled with Hindu imagery.

Ramayana: Perhaps to illustrate that there are no rights without duties, it is etched on the top of the chapter on Fundamental Rights?
Rendering of the Gita by Bhagawan Krishna
A Vedic village is the poster child of the chapter on citizenship
Mahaveer
Gautama Buddha
A court scene from a Hindu kingdom
The naval supremacy of the Tamil Hindu Chola kingdom
The Tamil Hindu Pallava kingdom’s famous Mahabalipuram
A classic Hindu temple architectural imagery
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, founder of Indian National Army (INA, to fight for the freedom of Bharat)
M K Gandhi welcomed in a village with a tilak and an oil lamp, the traditional Hindu way
Chatrapathi Shivaji
Rani Jhansi and Maharana Pratap Singh
A royal procession with the Hindu religious symbol, Trishul, on the flag mast

This article originally appeared in The Rational Hindu.

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