26 January : Why Republic Day is celebrated on 26 January

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26 January
26 January

Friends, everyone knows that 26 January is celebrated as the Republic Day of India. According to 2022, India is celebrating its 73rd Republic Day. On this day you hear only one word on the tongue of people and that is Vande Mataram.
Friends, do you know today that why our Republic Day is celebrated on 26 January only. So let’s know today some interesting facts behind why we consider 26 as our Republic Day.
Friends, 26th has a special significance in the country.

On 26 January 1930, the country’s first Republic Day was officially celebrated, the day Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru ji hoisted the tricolor flag for the first time in the country. And after this, on 26 January 1950, officially the first President of our country, Dr. Rajendra Prasad hoisted the tricolor in the country as a complete independence with a 21-gun salute.

If seen, on this day a complete constitution was implemented for all in our country. In this constitution, the rules and laws of the country were described, the people of all religions and the rules of public interest were implemented in the country. All factories, rules, rights, laws, laws were implemented completely in the country.

The 26th has a special significance regarding the ongoing movement for independence in the country. On 31 December 1929, in the Congress session in Lahore, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru accepted the concept of complete sovereignty. And it was eaten by the British government that if the country was not given domination status on 26 January 1930, then Purna Swaraj would be declared. And on this day Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru hoisted the tricolor for the first time in the country. But the country got independence on 15 August 1947, but 26 January was officially considered as the Republic Day of the country.

And in the same way, keeping the special importance of 26 January 1930, the first constitution of the country was implemented in India on this date on 26 January 1950.
In 1950, the country’s first Indian Governor General Rajagopalachari elected Dr. Rajendra Prasad as the first President of India and administered him an oath with a 21-gun salute in front of the tricolor and thus it all became a custom and always now. The same oath is administered to the President of India.

As we know that on August 15, the Prime Minister of India addresses the country by waving the tricolor at the Red Fort in the capital of India and is programmed in front of the Red Fort, on 26 January, in front of Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi, the capital of India. On the Rajpath, the President of the country, while paying homage to the immortal soldiers, hoists the tricolor and addresses the country. And programs are done on the Rajpath itself, where the military force of the country is shown to the world, the technology of the country is placed in front of the people and the culture of India is made known to the world. On this day, a special ceremony is held by the President of India in the name of the country’s heroes, in which the country’s heroes are awarded with the country’s highest awards. We also know all this by the name of the country’s parade.

The country’s first parade was held on 26 January 1950 at the National Stadium, also known as the Irwin Stadium, instead of on the Rajpath. The Republic Day parade was started for the first time in 1955 at Rajpath and till now this parade is held at the same place. This 8-km parade starts from Raisina, passes through Rajpath, passes through India Gate and ends at Red Fort. But due to covid 19, this parade starts from Vijay Chowk and goes to the National Stadium and ends at Jhakia Red Fort, due to covid 19, the number of spectators here has been reduced to 15 -20 thousand, the same pod, its limit is from 10 lakhs. was far more.

Friends, 26 January is celebrated as a national festival, and the day a government holiday is announced. Patriotism is visible in the people, a sense of dedication is visible in the young people towards the country. This national festival is celebrated with joy and happiness. On this day in different parts of the country, the tricolor flag is hoisted in the honor of the country and the national anthem of the country is sung with pride and the right people are bowed down. School – College, Hospital, Home, Colony, Office, Tricolor is visible everywhere. This is the national festival of our country and we are very proud of it. Jai Hind, Vande Mataram.


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