Republic Day is a national festival of India History of 26th january.
Republic Day is a national festival of India which is celebrated every year on 26th January. On the same day, the Constitution of India was enacted by removing the Government of India Act (1935) in 1950. The Constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949 to establish an independent republic and establish the rule of law in the country and on 26 January 1950 it was implemented with a democratic government system.
It was chosen on 26th January because in 1930 the Indian National Congress (IEC) had declared India as a full swaraj. It is one of the three national holidays in India, the other two are Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti.
In December 1929, the session of the Indian National Congress in Lahore was chaired by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in which it passed the resolution and it was announced that if the British government would not give the position of autonomous authority (Dominion) to India by January 26, 1930, whose Under India, only in the British Empire was the autonomous monotheistic, then India would declare itself completely independent.
India’s independence day on August 15, the Constitution was announced:
Until January 26, 1930 when the British Government did nothing, Congress declared its determination of total independence from India on the day and began its active movement. It was celebrated on January 26 as the day of independence until independence was achieved in 1947 that day. The true day of independence after that was accepted as India’s independence day on August 15. After the independence of India, the Constitution was announced and began its work of December 9, 1946. The members of the Constituent Assembly were selected by the elected members of the Assemblies of the States of India. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Sardar Ballabh Bhai Patel, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, etc. They were prominent members of the house. Constitución Building had a total of 22 committees in which the draft Committee (Draphting Committee) was the most prominent and important Commission and the work of this Committee was to write the whole ‘constitution’ or ‘formula’.
Dr. Ambedkar Ji built the Indian Constitution in 2 years, 11 months, 18 days and was the speaker of the Constituent Assembly.
The sketches were the Chairman of the Vidhivetta Committee Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. The Project Committee has, in particular, Dr. Ambedkar Ji built the Indian Constitution in 2 years, 11 months, 18 days and was the speaker of the Constituent Assembly. Rajendra Prasad Supuurd the Constitution of India on November 26, 1949, so that November 26 is celebrated in India as a day of the Constitution. The meeting of the Constituent Assembly amounted to 114 days at the time of the construction of the Constitution. It was the freedom of the press and the public to participate in their meetings. After several reforms and changes, 308 members of the house signed two photocopies manuscripts of the constitution on January 24, 1950. Two days later, the Constitution was converted according to the country on January 26. On the same day to maintain the importance of January 26, the Constitution was recognized by the constituent producer Sabha (Assembly of the Kanstityuuent) in the format of the Republic of the Indian Constitution.
Republic Day Celebration:
The flag of the Indian nation is raised on January 26 by the President of India in the celebrations of Republic Day, followed by a collective stand and then national sings. Republic is celebrated with great enthusiasm in the Indian capital, especially throughout the country. A great parade every year to mark the importance of the occasion is carried out from the door of India to the President building (presidential residence) on the highway in the capital, New Delhi.
In this grand parade, all the regiments of the Indian Army, the air force, the navy etc. all participate To participate in this event, children from national cadet corps and various schools from all parts of the country come, it is an honor to take part in the ceremony. Starting the parade, Prime Minister Amar Jawan Jyoti (a monument to the soldiers) who is located on India gate at one end of Rajpath, puts floral beads. After this, two minutes of silence is kept in memory of martyrs.
It is a memorial to the sacrifice of the martyrs who sacrificed for the country in war and freedom struggle fought to protect the country’s sovereignty. After this, the Prime Minister comes along with other people to the platform located on the Rajpath, the President later comes with the chief guest of opportunity. There are also exhibitions of different states in the parade.
The exhibition presents the people of each State, their popular songs and art drishyachitr. Each pradarshini reflects the diversity and cultural prosperity of India. The parade and the procession is broadcast on national television and is seen by millions of spectators in every corner of the country. In 2014, on the occasion of day 64 Republic of India, the protocol of Government Department of Maharashtra held for the first time the parade on the Mumbai Marine Drive, every year on the road in New Delhi.