Preamble Of Original Indian Constitution - Wall Frame (A4)Sold Out
Preamble Of Indian Constitution Frame - a Wall Frame for your home or office to proudly display the foundations of the Republic of India.
- Preamble Of Indian Constitution Frame is a framed wall art professionally printed with sharp, vivid designs that frame the preamble. You maybe also interested in a desk/table version of Preamble Of Indian Constitution and Citizen Fundamental rights desk plaque
- Preamble of Indian Constitution Frame is Printed on Constitution Paper (Original) - that was used to print the original constitution, sourced from the Handmade Paper Institute in Pune that was setup by K B Joshi in 1940, with the blessings of Mahatma Gandhi
- Elegant Frame that complements the legal work of art!
- Brass chain at the back to hang the framed print on the wall and to make sure it stays on the wall for years to come
The Preamble states the guiding principles and philosophy of the Constitution. 'We the people of India…’ the Preamble to the Constitution of India is considered the heart and soul of the country’s structure. The Preamble to the Constitution of India is a brief introductory statement that sets out guidelines, which guide the people of the nation, and to present the principles of the Constitution, and to indicate the source from which the document derives its authority, and meaning.
Constitution as a work of Art - The Indian Constitution is not only a consolidation of laws and regulations. But it is a wonderful repository of India's traditional art. It gives us a sense of India’s rich tradition and culture. It’s a glimpse into our cultural heritage. Adorning the Constitution with pictures depicting Indian culture and heritage was a task entrusted to Nandalal Bose and his 40 students from Shantiniketan. Bose decorated several pages of the first manuscript with stylish borders, headers, and backdrops. He even embossed complex patterns on the edges and made the covers in gold. These embossments are reminiscent of the Ajanta murals.
The calligraphy in the book was done by Prem Behari Narain Raizada and several students of Shantiniketan worked on the borders that frame each page.
Each part of the Constitution begins with a depiction of a phase or scene from India’s national history. The artworks represent various periods in Indian history, including the Vedic Period, Mohenjodaro in the Indus Valley, the Gupta and Maurya empires as well as the Mughal era.
We are so used to seeing clauses, acts and amendments in our textbooks that we’ve forgotten about the original.
Get one now - to get your employees, partners and children to appreciate the foundations of Constitutional India!
To know more about the magnificent work of decorating the Indian Constitution check out Republic of Art: The Constitution as an Illustrated History of India written by The Heritage Lab (THL) .
The original of the Constitution book is kept in a special helium-filled case in the Library of the Parliament of India. But you can read the Constitution of India (Original copy) in digital format here (Source: Rare Book Society of India, Photolithographed at the Survey of India Offices, Dehra Dun, India - 1950)
Check out our Unique INDIA | The Republic Collection.