The Indian Constitution, initially adopted on January 26, 1950, was carefully crafted during an elaborate drafting process that unfolded on November 26, 1949. This important date is now observed as Constitution Day. Renowned for its expansive coverage, the Indian Constitution holds a distinction as the world’s longest. Its journey began 395 articles organized into 22 parts, accompanied by 8 schedules. Over time, it has undergone significant evolution, now comprising 448 articles spread across 25 parts, enriched with 12 schedules. Importantly, this comprehensive transformation has been achieved through a total of 105 amendments.
Articles in Indian Constitution
There are total 448 articles in the Indian Constitution. Each set of articles covers important parts of the constitution including legislatures, executive, schedules, Parts of Indian Constitution, constitutional bodies, statutory bodies, fundamental rights and more.
Here is the list of Articles and their related subjects. These are the most important article of the Indian Constitution.
|Union & Its Territory
|Part IV A
|7th Amendment Act, 1956 repealed Part VII
|The Union Territories
|Part IX A
|Part IX B
|Article 243ZH- 243ZT
|Scheduled and Tribal Areas
|Relation between Union & States
|Finance, Property, Contracts, and Suits
|Trade, Commerce, and Intercourse within the territory of India
|Services under the Union and States
|Part XIV A
|Article 324-329 A
|Special Provisions related to certain classes
|Temporary, Transitional, and Special Provisions
|Short title, Commencement, Authoritative Text in Hindi, and Repeals