Dear Ravi Shankar Prasad, soul of Constitution resides not in images, but in its text

May 31, 2018 | Vineeth Krishna

Vineeth Krishna E, Lead Associate Editor at CLPR, argues in The Print against reading too much into the imagery found in the original manuscript of the Indian Constitution. He further points out that the framers of the Constitution saw the constitution-making process as a break from the past rather than a continuation.

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Vineeth Krishna, 'Dear Ravi Shankar Prasad, soul of Constitution resides not in images, but in its text' (The Print , 31 May 2018) <https://theprint.in/opinion/dear-ravi-shankar-prasad-soul-of-constitution-resides-not-in-images-but-in-text/64560/> accessed on 29 Jul 2021