Republic Day of India is celebrated on January 26 since the year 1950. It is of great importance in the history of democracy of the country.
Republic Day (INDIA) in 2020 is on the Sunday, 26th of Jan
Celebrated on the 26th of January, Republic Day in India is a grand event celebrated annually with great enthusiasm. This is the day that made India truly independent with a strong constitution, democratic government and strong legal system. This is a national festival that forms a part of the state celebrations. Delhi however takes away the cake when it comes to the grand Republic Day celebration of India. From young to the old, every Indian gets into the spirit of the festival.
Republic Day celebrations in India
India became a republic on the 26th of January, 1950. The country got its universal identity as a republic country on this day. This was another major event in the history of India, after the Indian Independence. The formation of the Indian Constitution on Republic Day is celebrated every year with great enthusiasm. There are parades, state-wise processions, colorful programs by children and air and land acrobats by Indian defense systems.
Republic Day celebrations in Delhi are the best in the country. The day begins with paying homage to the martyrs at the Amar Jyoti. The martyrs of the Indian freedom struggle and other wars are given National respect by the leaders of the country. Raj Bhavan and various monuments of national importance are decorated and illuminated for the occasion. Republic Day Parades are the best part of the celebration. Thousands of spectators from all corners of India, as well as abroad, gather at Rajghat to watch the spectacular parades. From military processions to colorful state performances, the parades are a delight to watch. You can even catch the grand celebration of Delhi’s Republic Day on the National TV channel, as there is a live telecast of the program.
Republic Day in India
Other parts of India celebrate Republic Day with equal enthusiasm. There are school programs, flag hostings, panchayat celebrations, village and city fairs in the states of Maharashtra, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and other states of in India. The annually held fairs are the best that you can be a part of. Flag hosting, food festivals, cattle fairs and games for children are often some of the things you can find. Folk dance performances, patriotic song competitions, drawing competitions, debates and various other programs are also a part of the Republic Day celebrations held in various Indian cities.
Republic Day in India is one of the best National festivals to wait for. The day is a national holiday and is enjoyed by Indian citizens, who are found flaunting their tiny National flags on this day of Indian solidarity.
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