Indian constitution is the biggest written constitution of the world. Adopted on January 26, 1950, it consists of (i) the Preamble; (ii) Parts I to XXII, covering articles I-395; (iii) Schedules 1-10 and (iv) an Appendix. Though the preamble is part of the constitution in the sense that it embodies its spirit and meaning, it is an independent entity also. President of India is the titular head, while the executive powers rest with the Prime Minister. Indian parliament is bicameral in nature. The Upper house is called Rajya Sabha, which consists of 250 representatives from different states and union territories. And the lower house is called Lok Sabha, consisting of 552 members, elected directly by the people of India. This modest work highlights various other salient features of the Indian govering system and the Political setup.