10 Lines on Republic Day of India 2020

Republic Day of India is celebrated on 26th of January every year all over the country. On this day, in 1950, the Constitution of India came into force.  The day celebrates our “Swaraj” and teaches us to respect our Constitution written by Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar. Any nation can progress only if law of the land is in hands of its own people, that is if the people get to choose their representatives and have power to peacefully over throw those who do not perform well. People should also enjoy basic fundamental rights, such as- right to freedom of speech, right to equality, right against exploitation, right to freedom of religion etc.

Ten Lines on Republic Day of India

Set 1 (for Class 1 Students)

1) We celebrate Republic Day of India on 26th of January.

2) Republic Day is a National Festival of India and the chief guest of 2020 is Brazilian President 'Jair Bolsonaro'.

3) On this day The Constitution of India came into force on 26th January 1950.

4) The Constitution is the supreme law of India.

5) Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar is the father of the Constitution of India.

6) We all must respect the Constitution of India.

7) We must attend the Flag ceremony at school.

8) Learn and sing National Anthem – “Jana Gana Mann”.

9) Children adore flags and balloons colored as National Flag.

10) We must respect our freedom and freedom fighters.

Set 2 (for Class 2nd Students)

1) Republic Day of India is celebrated on 26th January.

2) The day commemorates the Constitution of India which came into effect from 26th January 1950.

3) The Constitution was adopted by the constituent Assembly on 26th November 1949, but came into effect from 26th January 1950.

4) It marks India’s transition from colonial governed towards a democratic republic.

5) Constitution drafting committee was formed on 29th August 1947 under the Chairmanship of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

6) Drafting committee presented the draft constitution to its President, Dr Rajendra Prasad on 26th November 1949.

7) On 26th January 1930 the declaration of India independence was proclaimed by Indian National Congress.

8) Republic Day is observed as a National holiday (National Festival) in India.

9) It is celebrated grandly in Delhi and all over India.

10) The presence of all the government Employees is mandatory for flag hoisting.

Set 3 (for Class 3rd Students)

1) Republic Day of India is celebrated on 26th of January every year.

2) It is celebrated to mark the remembrance of the day 'the Constitution of India' came into force in the year 1950.

3) Indian flag is hoisted at the Rajpath, New Delhi and parade takes place in the presence of an invited Chief Guest.

4) It is the day which showcases the defense capabilities of India to the world.

5) Each state prepares a tableau which showcases the culture and tradition of that state.

6) Various programmes are conducted in schools and colleges depicting the freedom struggle.

7) On this day people pay tribute to the freedom fighters who sacrificed their life fighting for the Indian independence.

8) People also commemorate Dr. B.R. Ambedkar who is considered as the architect of the Indian Constitution.

9) Bravery awards and medals are awarded to the defense personnel as well as civilians for their outstanding act of bravery.

10) The ‘Beating the Retreat’ is organized on 29th January which is marked as the official closing ceremony for the Republic Day celebrations.

Set 4 (for Class 4th Students)

1) 26th January is the day when we celebrate our Republic Day all over India.

2) This was the day in 1950 when Constitution of India was implemented.

3) The constitution was framed by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar who is known as the ‘Architect of Indian Constitution’.

4) The constitution of India is for the people, of the people and by the people, which makes India a Republic Country.

5) Indian national flag is hoisted in our school on this day and we salute it with great pride and sing our national anthem.

6) Many events and cultural programmes are organised in our school on Republic Day which shows the Indian independence struggle.

7) In New Delhi, President of India hoists the national flag at Rajpath and takes the salute of the Indian Armed forces parade.

8) All the states show their floats on the occasion at Rajpath which showcase their state’s culture and tradition.

9) The President of India awards bravery medals to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the nation.

10) Republic Day is the occasion when we remember our freedom fighters and leaders who fought against the British rule and sacrificed their lives for the country.

Set 5 (for Class 5th Students)

1) The implementation of ‘Constitution of India’ is celebrated as Republic Day every year on 26th January.

2) It is celebrated with great enthusiasm with a patriotic fervour across the nation by each group and community.

3) It was on 26th January 1950, when Indian Constitution came into force and changed the dominion status of India into Sovereign, Democratic and Republic nation.

4) The Constitution of India provides 6 basic fundamental rights to its citizens which helps them to lead a comfortable life.

5) Constitution also gives the right to choose the government in the hands of its citizen, which is by the people, of the people and for the people.

6) The main celebration takes place in New Delhi at Rajpath with the President of India unfurling the National Flag and taking the salute from the armed forces.

7) A parade is organised at Rajpath which includes march-past by armed forces, display of tableaux, cultural events and showcasing Indian defence capabilities.

8) President of India also awards gallantry awards to army personnel as well as to the children for their outstanding valour and bravery.

9) Schools and colleges also celebrate Republic Day by unfurling the National Flag and singing National Anthem as well as conducting various activities.

10) Republic Day makes us to realize the importance of democracy and how our freedom fighters and leaders struggled to end the darkness of harsh British rule.

Republic Day is celebrated to commemorate the inception of “Constitution of India” and country’s transition towards becoming a democratic republic. It reminds us of the need for self rule or Swaraj and the ordeal our freedom fighters have gone through for attaining it.

In a democratic set up the rights are enshrined in the Constitution. India too has a written Constitution, in which all the rights enjoyed by its citizens and powers of the legislative, executive and judiciary are provided and explained. It is to commemorate the inception of “The Constitution of India” that we celebrate as Republic Day of India on 26 January.