Did you Know? Indian Constitution is a living document
Because it can be changed or amended, our supreme law is referred to as a "living document." Those who designed it wanted it to reflect the aspirations of our citizens and were aware of the need for changes. Constitutional amendments refer to changes made to the Constitution. The document has been amended 105 times, the most recent of which occurred in August 2021.
The first published Hindi book, "Prem Sagar," written by Lallu Lal (1805), is based on Lord Krishna.
Hindi was designated as the official language of India on September 14, 1949. Every year on September 14th, Hindi Day is observed.