The Constitution of Nepal was promulgated on September 20, 2015, marking a significant milestone in the country’s history. It is the supreme law of the land and provides the fundamental framework for governance, rights, and duties of citizens, and the organization of the state. The Constitution of Nepal establishes Nepal as a federal democratic republic, with a three-tiered system of government – federal, provincial, and local. It enshrines principles of inclusivity, social justice, and fundamental rights, ensuring the protection and promotion of the rights of all Nepali citizens. The Constitution guarantees various freedoms, including freedom of speech, expression, and religion, and emphasizes the values of pluralism and multiculturalism. Moreover, it outlines the structure and powers of different state institutions, including the executive, legislature, and judiciary, ensuring a system of checks and balances. The Constitution of Nepal seeks to foster peace, stability, and progress, promoting a unified and prosperous nation for its diverse population.