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Updated: Dec 14, 2020

The task of setting out to attempt an overview of a conference such as The Idea of the Indian Constitution, is at the very outset a somewhat impossible one. Is X talk not described justifiably, is Y talk not represented enough—is that reflective of my biases, has the elusive ‘essence’ of the event made any mark on the report, is the devil not in fact in the details? The doubts are numerous, all equally procrastinative, and so without further ado, here are links to an imperfect jigsaw of impressions I retained from the three day conference.


Day 1


Day 2


Day 3


Participant responses









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