Parts of the Indian Constitution that were 'inspired by' others
The Constitution of India sets out rules and laws that dictate how the legislature, judiciary, central, state, and local governments should function. It also issues guidance to the government on policies of the state, rights and duties of citizens.
India's Constitution came into effect on January 26, 1950, and was in the making for many years. However, not all parts of the Constitution are unique to India. Many parts of the Constitution have concepts that are borrowed from countries around the world. Often, the Constitution is criticised as a bag of borrowings or just a copy-paste job.