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Republic Day is observed as national festival in all around the country and an important day for the constitution of India. It is the day when in 26th of January in 1950,the constitution was marked and enacted and from then the day is celebrated with great pride and enthusiasm throughout the nation.

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Republic Day is celebrated on 26th January every  year


The celebration of Republic Day signifies the independence of India that is the pride of our country and got after the long struggle from the clutches of British rule.It is the day of pride and sovereignty for every Indian citizen as they got their democratic republic rule.On 15th of August 1947, India got freedom from the British rule and in 26th January 1950, declared itself as a democratic republic nation.Since then every year 26 January is celebrated as the Republic Day of India.
Though Republic day is the day of each and every Indian citizen and several celebrations are observed from top to the bottom of the country’s map but New Delhi as the capital of India, celebrates the day in grand and unique manner.The main function starts from the spectacular parade from the India Gate up to the historical Red Fort.Prime Minister of India along with the chief of Army, Air Force and Navy staff commemorate and the soldiers who laid down their lives for the protection of the sovereignty of India.President of India hoist the Indian tri-color flag and give medals for the bravery to the soldiers or their family members for showing exceptional courage in the battle field.March past is observed by the different Indian Military forces and the showcases of culture of different states are also performed.The day ties the whole nation in a single thread of integrity and make the people of India realize that the constitution is how much necessary for a country to become sovereign.


26 January
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