Uniting for a stronger India, on Republic Day and every day

Uniting for a stronger India, on Republic Day and every day
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Celebrate freedom, celebrate unity on Republic Day

Republic Day of India is a national holiday celebrated on January 26th every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. The Constitution came into effect on January 26th, 1950, making India a republic and replacing the Government of India Act 1935.

The day is celebrated with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervor across the country. The main event of the day is the grand parade held at Rajpath in New Delhi, where the President of India hoists the national flag and the national anthem is played. The parade is attended by dignitaries from all over the world, as well as a large number of people from all walks of life.

The parade showcases the cultural diversity of the country and the military might of India. It starts with a display of floats representing different states of India and various cultural and social groups. The parade also includes a display of tanks, missiles, and other military hardware.

The President also gives a speech on the occasion, highlighting the achievements of the country and the challenges that lie ahead. The speech is followed by a display of patriotic songs and dances by schoolchildren and other performers.

The day is also marked by the distribution of sweets and the exchange of greetings among friends and family. Many people also hoist the national flag on their homes and offices to show their patriotism.

Overall, Republic Day of India is a day to celebrate the nation’s identity and unity, and to pay homage to the Constitution and the people who have worked to make India the great country it is today.

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