Republic Day of India – 26 January


Republic Day 2018

Republic day 2018 in india are going to be celebrated on 26th of January, at Thursday. 
In 2018, india is celebrating its 69th Republic Day. 
1st Republic Day of india was celebrated in 1950.

Republic Day in India

Republic day in India is celebrated each year with nice honour on 26th of Jan to honour the Constitution of India because it came into force on a similar day in the year 1950. It had replaced the govt. of India Act, 1935 into the governing document of the India. At this day, a holiday is declared by the Indian Government. The new Indian constitution was sketched and approved by the Indian Constituent Assembly and decided to celebrate it on 26th of Jan each year as India became a republic country.

Republic Day Celebration

Republic day 2018 in india are going to be celebrated on 26th of January, at Thursday. In 2018, india is celebrating its 69th Republic Day. 1st Republic Day of india was celebrated in 1950.

Flag of India
National Flag of india
As Independence Day India is celebrated to enjoy the liberty of India from British Rule, Republic Day in India is celebrated to commemorate the approaching of its own constitution into force. formally it’s celebrated each year within the national capital of {india|India|Republic of India (New Delhi) at the Rajpath within the presence of the President of India. mini celebrations also are happen within the state capitals in the presence of the governor of the state by spreading out the national flag of the country.
January 26 is said because the gazetted vacation all over the country by the govt. of India. it’s celebrated throughout the India with nice enthusiasm by the students and teachers in the schools, colleges, universities and different institution.
An excellent parade and salute event is control by the military team at the Rajpath in front of the India Gate in the New Delhi, India.

How Republic Day is celebrated

Events and celebrations are organized with nice effort by the govt of India already to celebrate the Republic Day in the Capital. an enormous and grand military parade is control within the capital of India at Rajpath also because the state capitals. Participants from the Indian Army, Air Force, Navy and traditional dance group takes part within the parades.
Parade held within the New Delhi starts particularly once prime minister of the India offer garland at the Amar jawan Jyoti at the India Gate. it’s done to commemorate all the sacrifices of the Indian army soldiers whereas saving their country. The military salute is taken by the President of India throughout the parade in the Capital whereas military salute is taken by the state governors in the state capitals. At this special occasion, an overseas head of the state become chief guest of the president.
National awards (Maha Veer Chakra, Ashok Chakra, Param Veer Chakra, Veer Chakra) and bravado medals are distributed at this day to the soldiers of military, people and students from the school. soldiers helicopters do parade within the surrounding space of the India Gate to shower the rose petals over audience. A dance parade by singing patriotic songs is also performed by the school kids. armed forces employees performs the bike rides whereas the employees from the Indian Air Force perform fly parade through the fighter planes (making tri color of the Indian Flag by the smoke) for providing the honour salute to the president.

History of Celebrating Republic Day

India got freedom from land Rule on 15th of August within the year 1947. At that time, there was no any permanent constitution of the country. 1st time, the 1st draft of the Indian Constitution was presented by the drafting committee to the national assembly on 4th of November within the year 1947. the first draft of the Indian Constitution was signed by the national assembly in each version, English and also the Hindi on 24th of january within the year 1950.
Then the Constitution of India came into result on the Republic Day suggests that 26th of January in 1950. From then, the 26th of January was started celebrating because the Republic Day in India. At nowadays, India was declared as the Purna Swaraj Country therefore it absolutely was started celebrating every year because the day of the Purna Swaraj Day.
The Constitution of India brought the facility to the Indian citizens to pick their own government. The oath was taken by the Dr. Rajendra Prasad as a first president of the India at durbar Hall within the Government House. India has huge history behind celebrating the Republic day.

Year Guest Name Country
2017 – Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan Abu Dhabi
2016 – President, Francois Hollande France
2015 – President, Barack Obama USA
2014 – Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe Japan
2013 –King, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck Bhutan
2012 – Prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra Thailand
2011 – President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Indonesia
2010 – President, Lee Myung Bak Republic of Korea
2009 – President, Nursultan Nazarbayev Kazakhstan
2008 – President, Nicolas Sarkozy France
2007 – President, Vladimir Putin Russia
2006 – King, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud Saudi Arabia
2005 – King, Jigme Singye Wangchuck Bhutan
2004 – President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Brazil
2003 – President, Mohammed Khatami Iran
2002 – President, Cassam Uteem Mauritius
2001 – President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika Algeria
2000 – President, Olusegun Obasanjo Nigeria
1999 – King, Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev Nepal
1998 – President, Jacques Chirac France
1997 – Prime Minister, Basdeo Panday Trinidad and Tobago
1996 – President, Dr. Fernando Henrique Cardoso Brazil
1995 – President, Nelson Mandela South Africa
1994 – Prime Minister, Goh Chok Tong Singapore
1993 – Prime Minister, John Major United Kingdom
1992 – President, Mário Soares Portugal
1991 – President, Maumoon Abdul Gayoom Maldives
1990 – Prime Minister, Anerood Jugnauth Mauritius
1989 – General Secretary, Nguyen Van Linh Vietnam
1988 – President, Junius Jayewardene Sri Lanka
1987 – President, Alan Garcia Peru
1986 – Prime Minister, Andreas Papandreou Greece
1985 – President, Raúl Alfonsín Argentina
1984 – King, Jigme Singye Wangchuck Bhutan
1983 – President, Shehu Shagari Nigeria
1982 – King, Juan Carlos I Spain
1981 – President, Jose Lopez Portillo Mexico
1980 – President, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing France
1979 – Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser Australia
1978 – President, Patrick Hillery Ireland
1977 – First Secretary, Edward Gierek Poland
1976 – Prime Minister, Jacques Chirac France
1975 – President, Kenneth Kaunda Zambia
1974 – President, Josip Broz Tito Yugoslavia
Prime Minister, Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike Sri Lanka
1973 – President, Mobutu Sese Seko Zaire
1972 – Prime Minister, Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Mauritius
1971 – President, Julius Nyerere Tanzania
1970 –                 –
1969 – Prime Minister, Todor Zhivkov Bulgaria
1968 – Prime Minister, Alexei Kosygin Soviet Union
President, Josip Broz Tito Yugoslavia
1967 –                 –
1966 –                 –
1965 – Food and Agriculture Minister, Rana Abdul Hamid Pakistan
1964 –                 –
1963 – King, Norodom Sihanouk Cambodia
1962 –                 –
1961 – Queen, Elizabeth II United Kingdom
1960 – President, Kliment Voroshilov Soviet Union
1959 –                   –
1958 – Marshall Ye Jianying People’s Republic of China
1957 –                   –
1956 –                   –
1955 – Governor General, Malik Ghulam Muhammad Pakistan
1954 – King, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck Bhutan
1953 –                    –
1952 –                    –
1951 –                    –
1950 – President, Sukarno Indonesia




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