Poorna Swaraj: A fight for complete Independence and nothing else; this was the first time in history of India’s freedom struggle that a glimpse of what India demanded from Britisher’s, was posited in front of them. Anarchy is the state of lawlessness which any country is afraid to be in. Having a foresight to such a malicious feeling, the constituent assembly consisting of 299 members decided to do a research, for forming a consensus that would decide the fate of India. To give a complete justice to the research, every rule which seemed biased was either denied or amended. Sir Bhimrao Ambedkar cannot be given any lesser dignity than an innovator, for his innovation, that was to provide equality i.e. one person, one value, to the India of that time. There are no two opinions that Gandhiji’s “Dream India” about which he mentioned in “Young India”, laid a rudiment which was beyond imagination for a layman. Every freedom fighter was well aware that achieving freedom for India was easier than framing it, wherein each caste was to be looked upon and no minority was to be ignored of any rights given to the majority. The research went on for two years, eleven months and eighteen days, the constituent assembly came up with a “watchdog” which every Indian was bound to abide.
The Constitution of India was adapted from 26th November 1949, but as the struggle to Poorna Swaraj started on the date 26th January, it was brought in force from 26th January, 1950, The Republic Day of a country with tricolor Flag and an Ashok Chakra in the middle with 24 spokes.