Happy Republic Day
India Happy Republic Day is the National Festival. On 26 January 1950 India has declared a democratic nation. People celebrate the day to wish others by sending them wishes on Republic Day, images to spread happiness, and it’s time to remember the memorial day. This time the time to think for the country. Start your day by sending wishes. These messages say a lot about Republic Day. You can download these wishes. You can share on social sites also.
Reason To Celebrate The Republic Day – even after Independence Day, the constitution of any other country was applicable in India. Some people of India realized that for the progress of the country, it is very important to have our own constitution. The Indian constitution was written and implemented on 26 January 1950.
It was a day of self-respect for every Indian Public. According to the Constitution, Dr, Rajendra Prasad became the first President of Independent India. All across the country celebrate the day. Special events are organized in Delhi the capital Of India. Shraddha Suman is offered to the Prime Minister of the country at the India Gate as he greets Shaheed Jyoti. See More Happy Diwali Wishes, Status, Quotes In English And Hindi
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On this day, the parade, especially from Vijay Chowk in Delhi to the Red Fort, is a major center of attraction, in which dignitaries from across the country and abroad are invited. On this day special programs are held on the Rajpath. Cultural activities, national songs, and Tableau are organized by different states.
In this parade, salutes are given to the President of the three Army, and the weapons, missiles, and powerful tanks used by the army are displayed and the strength and might of the soldiers are conveyed through the parade. In schools, colleges, and Government offices the flag is hoisted, and national anthem is sung by the people and various cultural events and competitions are organized.
This day is very special, it gives us a feeling of complete freedom. This is the most important festival in India. The parade is also held on this day in many schools where there is NCC (National Cadet Core). Many students and students are honored with prizes and certificates etc.