Constitution of India is a sacrosanct document, a guarantee for not only individual rights but also for the protection of democracy and democratic governance. Hence every provision mentioned in this document is mandatory for the state to implement for the sake of constitutionalism and constitutional governance. However, sometimes our constitutional vision is blurred by our political glass and by our political over enthusiasm covered under the garb of liberalism, diversity, choice etc. etc. currently, a debate has been initiated on the decision of the president to accept the recommendation of the constitutional parliamentary committee on official language, contained in the 9th report of 2011(the committee was chaired by Shri P Chidambaram, former minister in the UPA government).Decision is that the President of India, the Prime Minister and the union ministers shall deliver their speeches in Hindi. It is true that India is a multi-lingual country; it is also true that India is the best example of Unity in Diversity. However, the framers of the constitution, after due deliberations , reached a considered conclusion that Unity of India cannot be overlooked while pleading for the preservation of Indian diversity whether, social ,linguistic or regional.