This book “Hamara Sambhidhan: Bharat Ka Sambhidhan Aur Sambhidhanic Bhidhi” is an attempt beyond the legal experts. There is newness in it. There is an attempt to familiarize them with all aspects of the constitution which are untouched and unresolved. The question on the constitution of India is from day one. It has its own history. Are those questions the reason for unfamiliarity with the constitution. If this is the case, this book opens the doors and windows of the constitution which is called satire in the lawyers’ paradise. Cleanliness creates a possibility for life. Editors can say from their experience that even big lawyers are unfamiliar with the Constitution. Because it is very complicated. How did it become comprehensible? There is a lot of material in this book for anyone who wants to solve this question. The complexity of the constitution is also a big reason that it has not become a favorite book of an ordinary citizen.
As a citizen considers his Dharma Granth, the Constitution should be the Dharma Granth of the state system. Until this happens, the discussion should go on. Any discussion is meaningful and successful only when it addresses the original question. The question is how to identify the basic question for the discussion on the Constitution of India. The answer is very simple. The goal of freedom was clear in the imagination of the Constitution. The Constitution of India thus enshrines two goals namely freedom and reconstruction of the nation. Can they be obtained? This is the basic question. “Hamara Sambhidhan: Bharat Ka Sambhidhan Aur Sambhidhanic Bhidhi“India has its own nature, India has its own culture and India also has its own deformity. Only in the light of culture can we know our deformity and nature. In light of this, we have to create our present. Our current constitution discourses the religion of our state. How Indian and how un-Indian this constitution is, the process of framing this constitution should be tightened to the test of logic, its past and present should be studied. That is why this book is ‘Our Constitution: A Review’. This book is a compilation of researched articles printed in two special issues of ‘Manthan’. It has intellectual efforts to see and examine the Constitution of India from the point of view of Ramrajya.