Republic Day in Om Ashram
On 26th January 2023, we celebrated 74th Republic Day in the premises of Om Ashram.
Indian Republic Day is a national holiday in India that is celebrated every year on January 26th. It marks the day when the Constitution of India, the country's supreme law, came into effect on January 26, 1950. This day is celebrated with great enthusiasm and pride throughout the country, particularly in the national capital, New Delhi, where a grand parade is held at Rajpath, featuring a display of India's cultural and military heritage.
The main event on Republic Day is the parade that starts from the Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's House) and proceeds towards the India Gate. The parade is attended by dignitaries from all over the world, including the President of India and other government officials. The parade features a display of various floats representing different states of India and their cultures, as well as a display of the military's weapons and equipment.
One of the highlights of the parade is the flypast by the Indian Air Force. The parade also includes a display of traditional dances and music by school children and cultural groups. The parade concludes with a display of fireworks.
In addition to the parade, there are also other cultural events and programs organized across the country to celebrate Republic Day. Schools and colleges hold patriotic events, and the national flag is hoisted at government buildings and public places. People also participate in patriotic marches and parades.
The celebration of Republic Day not only serves as a reminder of India's rich cultural heritage but also of its commitment to democracy, diversity and secularism. It is a day to celebrate the country's unity in diversity and its progress as a nation.
In conclusion, Indian Republic Day is a day of national pride and honor, celebrated with great enthusiasm and patriotic spirit. It is a day to remember the country's Constitution came into effect and India becoming a republic nation.