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SIXTY-TWO years into independence, knowledge of our supreme Constitution’s glittering generalities is woefully lacking in our society.

Not only ordinary citizens but students at all levels of education, employees of the public services, police, army, members of Parliament and State Assemblies and politicians of all shades, are blissfully unaware of the Constitution’s scintillating ideals, its basic principles and its tacit acceptance of our dazzling diversity.

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