Republic Day is celebrated across India with great enthusiasm, zeal and zest. This is the day when we honour the constitution of India and is celebrated with great energy and enthusiasm especially in schools, colleges, government organisation all over India. India was ruled by the British Empire for more than hundreds of years and faced the stigma of the government.
On 15th August, 1947, India gained independence and achieved the status of democratic republic state from the dominion status offered by the Britishers on 26th January, 1950. We started celebrating Republic Day every year to commemorate the great day when Constitution of India came into force.
10 Lines on 72nd Republic Day Celebration
1) 26 January every year is celebrated as Republic day in India since 1950.
2) It is celebrated by the people of all religions with enthusiasm and joy.
3) The celebration begins with the flag hoisting ceremony by President in New Delhi.
4) The soldiers and civilians are awarded by the president for their bravery.
5) A grand Republic Day parade is organized by the defense ministry of India in New Delhi.
6) India invites a chief guest from foreign countries to attend the republic day celebration.
7) A glimpse of the culture of all states is presented by the tableau presented in the parade.
8) Republic Day is celebrated in all the educational institutions, Government/private offices by hoisting the national flag followed by a set of cultural activities.
9) Activities like essay writing, singing, and dancing competitions are also organized in schools.
10) The republic day celebration imbibes the feeling of patriotism in every citizen of the nation.
1) Republic Day is celebrated on 26th January every year to honour the constitution of India, which came into effect on 26th January 1950.
2) 26th Jan, 1950 was the day when India became Sovereign Democratic Republic State and it was a great day in the Indian history.
3) 26th January was chosen as Republic Day to honour leaders and freedom fighters who chose 26th January, 1930 as the ‘Purna Swaraj Divas’.
4) Republic Day is celebrated across the country in schools, institutions, private and government offices by hoisting national flag and singing National Anthem.
5) The main celebration takes place at Rajpath, New Delhi where President of India hoists national flag and salutes the tricolour.
6) The Armed Forces, Police and NCC cadets take part in a grand parade on Republic Day from on Rajpath saluting the President.
7) India shows its military capabilities by displaying tanks, missiles, and warplanes in the parade.
8) Different states portray their rich culture through tableaus and folk dance.
9) Every year, a representative of foreign country is invited as a chief guest for the Republic Day celebration.
10) Citizens across the nation watch the Republic Day celebration on their televisions and feel the matter of great pride and patriotism.
1) Republic Day is one of the great national festivals of India celebrated on 26th January every year.
2) 26th January, 2021 will mark the 72nd Republic Day Celebration in India.
3) Children participate in essay writing, parade, dance, singing, play and sports events to celebrate Republic Day in schools.
4) President honours the brave soldiers of armed forces with gallantry awards who had showcased the high act of bravery.
5) Padma awards and bravery awards for civilians are announced every year on Republic Day by the government.
6) The Republic Day is also observed in various states of India where governors hoists the national flag and takes the salute from parade.
7) Celebrating the Republic Day by people of different communities strengthen the integrity and sovereignty of the nation.
8) The beating retreat ceremony is held every year at Raisina Hill, New Delhi on 29th January marking the end of Republic Day ceremony.
9) Bands of the three wings of armed forces perform in front of the President of India and other dignitaries in the beating retreat ceremony.
10) Republic Day celebration is considered as the fulfillment of hopes and aspirations of nation through skill, effort and responsibility.
1) Republic Day is one of the major national festivals of India celebrated with great pride and patriotism throughout the country.
2) This day commemorates one of the greatest historical events of India when ‘Constitution of India’ came into force.
3) Country celebrates this day by organizing various events and activities based on the Indian independence struggle.
4) Schools, colleges and private/public offices conduct National Flag hoisting ceremony and organize many cultural events.
5) States celebrate Republic Day by hoisting National Flag in their capital, singing of National Anthem and organizing parades by the cadets and police department.
6) The limelight of the Republic Day celebration is witnessed in New Delhi at Rajpath where the President of India hoists the tricolor and receives guard of honour from the Armed Forces.
7) Contingents from all the three wings of Armed Forces march in sync with the tune of their bands in the Republic Day parade at Rajpath.
8) The country also showcases its military capabilities to the world through most modern arms and weapon systems.
9) States showcase their rich cultural and religious heritage through their tableaux and folk songs and dances in the parade.
10) Republic Day celebration paints the country into tricolor of patriotism, peace and prosperity.
Republic nation would always be a tolerant nation giving respect to all the communities and cultures but can also take firm stand when its integrity and sovereignty get threatened. In a sovereign republic nation the government is of the people, by the people and for the people’. We should feel proud in celebrating the Republic Day of India because it has given us the opportunity for freedom of thoughts, speech and expression.