Formally known as the supreme law of India, The Indian constitution is the longest in the world. It briefly explains the fundamental political code, structure, powers, and duties of government institutions. It explains the fundamental rights, directive principles, and the duties of citizens. The constitution assures its people justice, equality, and liberty. And declares the nation as sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, and republic. It also assures endeavors to promote fraternity. Every year on the 26th of January India celebrates its constitution as Republic Day.