Republic Day !
It’s all about patriotism and sacrifice, it’s all about freedom, it’s all about us. . . .
Republic Day is celebrated in almost every part of the India and to make it more awesome, every year a grand parade is held in the Indian capital of New Delhi on the historical site RED FORT in the morning. The tickets for republic are so very easily available on the web. The various regiments of the Army like the Air Force and the Navy take part in the grand parade.
The President of India gets salute from every Army chief. Chief guests are also invited to the ceremony of 26th jan. The parade on Republic Day shows the vibrant displays by Indian Air Force fighter planes. Celebrations are also held in every Indian state capitals or town or village. In the state capital, the governor unfurls the Indian national flag and also chief minister of that particular state participate. If in any case, if governor could take part due some circumstances the chief Minister unfurls the India flag.
National Song is composed by the great Rabindra Nath Tagore and then it is adopted on 24th January 1950 by the Constituent Assembly as the National Anthem of India. When the anthem starts “Jana gana mana. . . .” all stands at their places and gives a standing ovation.
Jana Gana Mana is all about: The Indian Constitution. It is the longest constitution in the whole world. It gives the same right to vote to every Indian people who are 18 years and more, until or unless they are disqualified due to some law. Fundamental rights for every citizen are given and equality of religion and many more like that. The main court of India, Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice and other important judges under the constitution of law. These people are the guardian of the Indian Law.