Vice-President of India Shri Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday, September 28, termed the Constitution supreme and as sacred as the scriptures while unveiling Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra's book 'Sanvidhan, Sanskriti aur Rashtra' here.
The VP called upon everyone to abide by the Constitution and create awareness among the masses about it, according to a release from Raj Bhavan. Terming the Constitution supreme, the Venkaiah Naidusaid it gives the people rights and also teaches about duty.
Vice President also described the Constitution as sacred as the scriptures and stressed upon all to be loyal to it. He also said that the Indian culture is diverse with no distinction based on caste, creed, language and religion. Governor Kalraj Mishra said the book is a collection of articles written by him from time to time. Describing the Constitution as a global document of human rights, he said Indian Vedas are God-given constitution, the release said. The book launch event was held at Jodhpur circuit house.
Earlier in January 22 this year, Venkaiah Naidu had digitally launched “Not Many, But One - Volumes 1 & 2”, authored by Prof. G.K. Sasidharan, published by Penguin Random House. The book, a tribute to Sree Narayana Guru’s sublime poems, has been translated in English from Sanskrit, Malayalam and Tamil by the renowned physicist and philosopher. Echoing the consonance between physics and philosophy, the books are an effort to deep dive into Sree Narayana Guru’s philosophical and literary works.