26th Jan, Republic day of India is celebrated every year with pride, zeal and honor. It shows the transition of India from a British Dominion to a Republic, a nation where all the supreme political powers, authority vests and sovereignty in the people. The day also denotes the adoption of Indian Constitution.
Republic day parade at Rajpath
Delhi is an amazing city and in just a few days of stay, you can discover a variety of things to do on holidays. Every year the event is held on Jan 26 in front of India gate, passes of which is to collect din advance, preferably the moment they are being offered.
The president of India hosts the Indian Flag and a twenty – one gun salute is offered to the National Flag. Then the people stand and sings the ‘National Anthem’ in peace. The parade then takes off with the floats that celebrates the cultures and festivities of different states and their capitals. At the end of the Parade, the state that performs the Parade is chosen.
The parade is widely covered by Media and an extensive commentary of it is seen by more than billion people in India through radio and live telecasts. Each showcase brings out the rich culture and diversity that has spanned throughout India and the factors that includes the different states into one country.
Voluntarily, the parade also includes most colourful and breath-taking shows and floats thus traditionally ending with a flypast that shows the courage of IAF (Indian Air Force) jets.
On this day, the country invites some of the most respectable personality from the world to be a chief guest and witness the dynamic proceedings.
The Republic Day in India is celebrated with so much of warmth throughout the country. This day surely reminds us the sacrifices made not just by the martyrs but also their families and their roles to make India what its today.