Republic Day is celebrated on 26 January as the founding day of the Constitution in the country. Republic Day is celebrated as a national festival in the country. A grand parade is organized at India Gate in Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day.
New Delhi: After independence, the constitution came into force on 26 January 1950 in India. Republic Day is celebrated on 26 January as the founding day of the Constitution in the country. The first Republic Day of the country was celebrated on 26 January 1950. After which it is celebrated with great joy and joy every year. This year, the 72nd Republic Day will be celebrated in the country.
A grand parade is organized at India Gate in Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day. In which a contingent of the three Army (Army, Navy, Air Force) of the country participates. Along with this, tableaux showing the glimpse of different states of the country are also performed. The President of the country hoists the flag at India Gate on Republic Day.
Why is Republic Day celebrated?
Republic Day is celebrated as a national festival in the country. On this day, the new constitution was passed in India, repealing the Government of India Act (Act) (1935) and implementing the new constitution. Let me tell you that at the Lahore Congress session on 26 January 1929, a proposal was made to grant full Republic status to India.
However, at that time the British rejected this proposal of the Congress session. After this, on 26 January 1930, Congress declared India a full republic. At the same time, the constitution was started on 9 December 1946, whose construction took a total of 2 years 11 months 18 days.
After the constitution was enacted, Samiti handed over the constitutional chairman on 26 November 1949. After which, Republic Day started on 26 January 1950 officially implementing the Constitution. Let us tell you that this day was chosen as Republic Day because on 26 January 1929, for the first time, the proposal of the full republic was presented to India.