The Republic Day parade is one of the largest parades organized in New Delhi, the national capital of India to mark the celebration of the occasion. Republic Day parade is quite popular in India and abroad. People from all over the country and the world come to New Delhi every year to witness the grand parade on Rajpath. Entire country watches the live telecast of the Republic Day parade on their television. Children enjoy very much watching the Republic Day parade and feel a matter of great pride and sense of patriotism.
Ten Lines on 72nd Republic Day Parade
1) Every year a grand parade is organized in India on Republic day.
2) The republic day parade is commenced from Rashtrapati Bhavan and ends at India Gate in New Delhi.
3) This year in 2021 the parade will end at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi.
4) The parade is started after the President of India Hoists the National Flag at Rajpath.
5) Different regiments of army, navy, and air force move with their bands to express their mighty.
6) The rich culture of our nation is displayed by the cultural programs from different states in the parade.
7) The twelve contingents of paramilitary forces also participate in the parade.
8) The best NCC cadets from the nation get an honor to participate in parade.
9) Camel mounted Border security force contingent is the unique feature of parade.
10) Beating Retreat ceremony marks the end of the republic day parade.
1) Republic Day parade is organized every year on 26th January to mark the celebration of Republic Day at Rajpath, India Gate New Delhi.
2) The chief guest of Republic Day parade 2021 UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has cancelled his trip to India due to increased cases of COVID. Parade is held to showcase the military capabilities, cultural and social heritage of India to the world.
3) The Republic Day parade is the military and public procession being organized on the route which is more than 5 km long between Rajpath and Red fort.
4) The Republic Day celebration which is the main centre of attraction officially ends on 29th January with beating retreat ceremony at Raisina Hill.
5) Prior to the commencement of parade President unfurls the National Flag and post National Anthem he gives away the bravery awards to soldiers and civilians.
6) The Parade begins with 12 different regiments of the Indian army doing march-past with their bands in official uniforms and honouring salute to the president.
7) Twelve contingents of various para-military forces of India and other civil forces also take part in the parade.
8) Tanks, guns, missiles and airplanes are the part of military procession which shows the warfare capabilities of India to world.
9) School children, tableaus, folk dances etc exhibit the cultures of various states by their performance in the parade displaying diversity and richness of India.
10) The parade ends with the dare devil motor cycle acts by armed forces and a flypast by the Air Force carrying the national flag.
1) Republic Day parade is the procession which makes Republic Day celebration quite popular in the nation and world.
2) The camel-mounted military force of BSF (Border Security Force) contingent which is the only military using camels in the world is most attractive part of parade.
3) 25 marching contingents, vehicles, tableaux, aircrafts along with thousands of school children makes the parade unique in the world.
4) Every year a full dress rehearsal Parade is organized on 23rd January to take the stock of preparation before the grand celebration on Republic Day.
5) In 2016, French Army marched down Rajpath which was the first time a foreign army contingent participated in Republic Day celebration.
6) The Republic Day parade starts usually at 9:30 AM after flag hoisting and ends around 12:30 PM.
7) On 29th January, the Beating Retreat ceremony is organized by three wings of armed forces every year at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
8) The chief guest of the beating retreat ceremony is the President of India.
9) Beating Retreat ceremony begins with the cavalry unit giving salute to the President and massed bands from military playing patriotic songs.
10) The Republic Day parade is an integral part of the celebration which showcases the rich unity in diversity culture of India to the world.
1) Republic Day parade is an integral part of the Republic Day celebration in India.
2) Organised on 26th January every year at Rajpath, New Delhi, it showcases the military might as well as the cultural heritage of India.
3) The parade starts after the President of India unfurls the National Flag and presents the gallantry awards to the soldiers and children.
4) Prior to 1955, the parade was organised at Irwin Stadium (National Stadium); it was after 1954, that the parade started taking place at Rajpath.
5) Indonesian President, Dr. Sukarno was the first chief guest of the Republic Day parade on 26th January 1950.
6) All the three wings of Indian Armed Forces march in sync with their military bands and salute the President.
7) The parade showcases the military might of India on Rajpath which includes most modern arms and weapon system including tanks, guns and missiles.
8) Indian Air Force also showcases its fly-past on the occasion showering tricolor flowers on Rajpath.
9) The parade is followed by the tableaux from various states and ministries displaying the rich cultural and religious diversity of the country.
10) Republic Day parade is considered as the largest parade in India and instills the patriotism in our hearts.
The live telecast of the Republic Day parade is seen by everyone on television across the nation. People from all over India come to New Delhi in order to watch the most ceremonious parade of India on the occasion of Republic Day. The grandeur celebration through parade gives us huge sense of pride and honour that we belong to a nation which has huge military capabilities and diversified cultural heritage.