Ans. The Long Walk to Freedom
Ans. Its first meeting was held in December 1946.
Ans. People of mixed races were called ‘coloured’ in South Africa.
Ans. Constituent Assembly was formed by the elections held in July 1946.
Ans. Draft is a preliminary version of a legal document.
Ans. Clause is a distinct section of a document.
Ans. The white minority had a fear of losing its privileges and property.
Ans. Blacks could work in white areas only if they had a permit.
Ans. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was the chairman of drafting committee.
Ans. Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the President of the Constituent Assembly.
Ans. Vallabhbhai Jhaverbhai Patel integrated the Indian princely states.
Ans. The apartheid system was particularly oppressive for the blacks.
Ans. (c) Between the white majority and the black minority
Ans. (b) Name of the head of the state
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi used to write in the magazine Young India in 1931.
Ans. Abul Kalam Azad was the education minister in the first union cabinet.
Ans. T.T.Krishnamachari was the finance minister in the first union cabinet.
Ans. The constitution of the country is known as the supreme law of the country.
Ans. Constituent Assembly worked in a systematic, open and consensual manner.
Ans. More than two thousand amendments were considered on the draft constitution.
Ans. The Assembly was dominated by the Indian National Congress, the party that led India’s freedom struggle.
Ans. Values that inspired and guided the freedom struggle and were in turn nurtured by it, formed the foundation for India’s democracy.
Ans. Preamble is an introductory statement in a constitution which states the reasons and guiding values of the constitution.