RBI and its functions

RBI (Reserve Bank of India) is the highest monetary authority of India, which will maintain and control all the scheduled banks in India.
Established in: April 1, 1935
Headquarter: Mumbai, India

RBI, the monetary organization is controlled by the head who is called as Governor and other 4 main Deputy Governors.

First four RBI Governors:
Sir Osborne Smith
Sir James Taylor
Sir C D Deshmukh
Sir Chintaman Dwarkanath Deshmukh

Note issuance is one of the most valuable function of RBI.

Constitution of India

Indian Constitution is the largest written Constitution. Indian Constitution came into force with the help of Drafting Committee. B. R Ambedkar was the chairman of Drafting Committee.

Indian Constitution passed on 1949, November 26.
Indian Constitution came into force on 1950, January 26.

Indian Constitution is stand upon four main pillars.
Four Pillars of Indian Constitution:
1. Preamble
2. Fundamental Rights
3. Directive Principles of State Policy.
4. Fundamental Rights