26 January was a historic day when India got its constitution. We got freedom on 15 August 1947 and it took some time to settle new rules and regulation to run this big nation. It was 26 November 1949 when the constitution was ready, but was launched and implemented on 26 January 1950 and from that day every year; we celebrate our Republic Day on 26 January. This will be our 71st Republic Day in the year 2020.
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Indian Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26 January. On this day, our President hoists the flag near India Gate in Delhi every year, followed by the national anthem and some interesting presentations.
It is a national holiday and Republic Day is one of our national festivals. It was 1950 when Republic Day was celebrated for the first time and it is celebrated on the occasion of the implementation of our Constitution.
People from different states participate in the Republic Day program which is held on Rajpath. Special key guests are invited from different countries to witness this auspicious occasion and be a part of our celebration.
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26 January is celebrated for the implementation of our Indian Constitution. It was 26 November 1930 when Nehru was elected as the President of the Indian National Congress (INC) and the same day Poorna Swaraj (Independence Day) was also declared, but in the true sense, we got independence on 15 August 1947. Therefore, the Republic Day was celebrated on 26 January due to its historical importance.
Republic day is celebrated on 26 January from the year 1950. It has been declared a national holiday. On this auspicious occasion in Delhi, our President hoists the flag and various cultural events are also organized on Rajpath near India Gate. Beautiful tableaus of various states can also be seen on this occasion. It is our national festival and our nation celebrates it with great joy and enthusiasm. Many people from all over the nation visit Delhi to witness this occasion and can also watch the live telecast of the function on our nation channel.
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Republic Day is one of our national festivals which is celebrated every year on 26 January. This day is special for Indians because we got our constitution on this day. As India got its independence on 15 August 1947 and on 29 August 1947, a committee was appointed to make our constitution. Dr. B R Ambedkar was appointed as the chairperson and it took two years, 11 months, and 18 days to make our constitution.
Finally, the handwritten copies were signed by various members on 24 January 1950. After 2 days it was 26 January and the historical significance of this day increased the chances of celebrating Republic Day on this day.
In a meeting of the Indian National Congress held on 26 January 1930, it was confessed to celebrating our Independence Day on the same day. But it took 7 years to get free from British rule and we got our freedom on 15 August 1947. So, we celebrated our Independence Day on 15 August and 26 January was marked as Republic day. From that day we celebrate our Republic Day every year on 26 January. It is celebrated with lots of joy and the feeling of patriotism across the nation and it will be our 71st Republic day in the year 2020.
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Our first republic day was celebrated in 1950. India got its independence on 15 August 1947 and we planned to make our own constitution, and it took near about 2 years to complete the constitution. It was finally completed on 26 November 1949 and was announced to be implemented on 26 January 1950.
In the year 1930 when Nehru Ji was elected as the president of the Indian National Congress, and he promised to get India free and celebrate our Independence Day on 26 January 1930. But the British disagree and provoked us for various movements.
Finally, India got its independence on 15 August 1947. It became very necessary for us to have our own constitution to run a nation. The constitution was completed on 26 November 1949, and it was announced to be implemented on 26 January 1950, and from the same day we celebrate our Republic Day.
We celebrate 26 January as our Republic Day, which has been declared a national holiday. People across the nation celebrate this day by hoisting the flag and organize various events. Our president hoists the tricolours on Rajpath in Delhi. It was our first President Dr Rajendra Prasad who started the flag hoisting ceremony. People and children from different states visit Rajpath to participate in this event.
Various cultural programs are also organized in schools and colleges. Various cultural events, Parades and air shows are organized on this day on Rajpath. The feeling of patriotism can be seen on the summit this day.
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In India Republic Day is celebrated on 26 January every year. It was 1950 when Dr. Rajendra Prasad our first president hoisted the tricolour on Rajpath, Delhi. And our first chief guest was the President of Indonesia Mr Sukarno. Similarly, in 2020 our chief guest will be Mr Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil. Every year we invite various famous personalities to be a part of our celebration.
We have been celebrating this occasion since the year 1950 and it has been declared a national holiday. We celebrate this day because we got our constitution on this day. It took 2 years, 11 months, and 18 days to make our constitution and was completed by 26 November 1949. We also celebrate 26 November as our Constitution day. On 26 January 1950, it was announced to enforce our Constitution for the first time.
We celebrate this occasion with great enthusiasm and Delhi is the centre of Republic Day celebration. This will be our 71st Republic Day in the year 2020. Various cultural programs are organised on this event. Beautiful tableaus of different states can be seen on Rajpath. Various highest civilian awards like Padma Shri, Padma Vibhushan, Param Veer chakra, etc. are also distributed on this occasion.
The programme on Rajpath includes Parade by various armed forces, tableaus of all states and some ministries, group dance by various schools across the nation, award ceremony, etc. People visit Delhi to see this programme and if it is not possible for you to visit Delhi you can also watch the live telecast of the programme on the national channel Door darshan.
Generally, schools also celebrate this occasion and organised various programmes. People all over India celebrate this event by hoisting the flag and distributing sweets. Sometimes they also wear tricolours and play patriotic songs and enjoy their day.