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January 25, 2019
Facts of first Republic Day

Republic Day is one of the three National Festivals in India. It is celebrated to commemorate the day on which our constitution came into force. On this day, we gear up to watch the grandeur of Indian Armed Forces and military capabilities. Each year this festival is celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm. There is a sense of excitement and pride within Indians and they look forward to the upcoming Republic Day. In today’s time, [...]Read More

January 24, 2019
Speech tips for teachers and students on a republic day

Looking to write a terrific Republic Day speech this 26th January? Republic day is one of the three national festivals of India. The Government of India celebrates this festival with full fervor. Motivational Speeches are given at various institutions on this day. Before writing or delivering a speech on this topic one should be aware of the importance of this day. A person should know details of the struggle and history of this festival so [...]Read More

January 23, 2019
Essay on Republic Day for students and teachers

“Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time comes when we shall redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially. At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom”. These were the historic words of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru when India earned freedom after a long spell of being under the rule of British. However, technically India didn’t [...]Read More

January 20, 2018
Amendments of the Constitution of India

On 26 January 1950, the Constitution of India came into effect. With its adoption, India became a Republic. The Constitution of India took 2 years, 11 months and 18 days to get drafted. It is the longest constitution in the world. From time to time, amendments have been introduced in the constitution for various reasons. These are majorly for the welfare of people of India. Below are some of the important amendments to the Constitution. [...]Read More

January 4, 2017
Facts About The Indian Constitution

In 1946, the British began to seriously consider granting India independence, and sent a Cabinet Mission to India with a plan to meet representatives of the British government and various Indian states, to discuss the possibility of setting up a Constituent Assembly to draft the framework of the Indian Constitution. Here are some lesser known facts on how the Constitution of India was written. 1946: The Constituent Assembly was formed under the Cabinet Mission Plan. [...]Read More



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