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Republic Day of India Celebration on 26th January

Republic Day of India - 26th January

Republic Day of India is patriotic and prideful for every Indian citizen’s love for Bharat Mata. On 26 January 1950, the Constitution of India was adopted with replacing the Government of India Act (1935) the Indian Constituent Assembly as the democratic governing rule book of India. On this day, India become the democratic an independent republic nation with freedom of people. 26 January is observed as the Republic Day of India and is national holiday across India. Constitution of India was officially approved by the Parliament of India on 26 Nov 1949 and adopted on 26 Jan 1950. The chairman of the permanent Indian Constitution Drafting Committee was Dr. B R Ambedkar.

National Celebrations in Delhi

The Govt of India celebrates main Republic Day function Rajpath, India Gate in New Delhi with the presence of the President of India. Ceremonial parades organized by various defense forces and states which are performed as prosperity and progress of India. This shows the unity in diversity and cultural heritage of the great nation. This parade also displays the defense and military capability, cultural heritage and research innovation of India. The celebration event continued for 3 days and ends on 29th January.

Beating Retreat Ceremony

The Beating Retreat is event for officially announcement of end of Republic Day festival celebration. This is arranged on 29th January evening after the 3 days the Republic Day. Military bands of 3 wings defense ministry Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air Force takes part in the ceremony. The chief guest is the President of India and venue is Raisina Hill, President’s Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan) in New Delhi.

Chief Guest of Republic Day Parade

The first of republic day celebration in 1950, India invites and host a Head of State from other country as chief state guest of Honour. The Chief Guest of the Republic Day function is the President of India. President’s Body Guard gives the National Salute to the chief guest (Head of the Govt of friendly nation) where the leaders are escorted by President’s Bodyguard on horseback as per protocol. Indian National Anthem the “Jana Gana Mana” is played the by the Army band. Also Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite hymn “Saare Jahan Se Achcha” is played. The the ceremony starts, the Prime Minister of India gives floral wreath at Amar Jawan Jyoti (memorial to soldiers) at the iconic India Gate for tribute to great martyr soldiers of India.

Public Celebration of National Festival

This historical Republic Day is observed every part of the country’s school, college, university, offices and embassies of India in the world. The ceremony reflects the national strength, integrity and stability of the country. Every state of India organizes the National Flag (Indian Tricolor) hoisting ceremonies, parades by armed forces. There are various patriotic competitions debate, essay writing and cultural functions in education institutes for great celebration. On this national day, remembering the contribution of our great martyrs who laid down their lives for the safety of the nation. Shopping Malls, market places, NGOs and private organization take part the festival with joy and prosperity. People wear clothing with Indian Tricolors (saffron, white and green) in pride and celebrate freedom our nation.

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