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January 25, 2019
Chief Guests at Republic Day Parades

With the Republic Day around the corner, the national capital of India – New Delhi, is once again starting to don a festive look. Each year, Indians look forward to an impressive display of military might and cultural wealth at the Republic Day parade held at the Rajpath, Delhi. Republic Day is celebrated every year with full fervour in India. Chief Guests from different countries are invited to attend the celebrations and grace the ceremony. [...]Read More

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 24, 2017
68th Republic Day Celebration of India

This year, the Republic Day will be celebrated on a Thursday and it would be the 68th occasion that the momentous day is observed by people around the country. As many would know, it is one of the secular festivals of the country, which also makes it a proper representative of the country’s secular fabric. It is celebrated in order to commemorate the day when India’s Constitution came into being. Coming as it did in [...]Read More

January 4, 2016
67th Republic Day of India

India celebrated its first Republic Day on 26th January 1950. The date 26th January is quite significant in India’s history because before India achieved independence, this day was celebrated as the Independence Day. This is also the day when the Government of India Act of 1935 was replaced by the Indian Constitution, which is still regarded as one of the longest of its kind in the world, as the document that needs to be referred to for [...]Read More

January 27, 2015
Barack Obama visits India on its 66th Republic Day

The ceremonial exchange of sweets with bordering nations and display of military prowess are considered the highlights of Republic Day celebrations in India. The 66th Republic Day of India was different. When the news dailies discuss PM Modi’s bear hug to Obama after breaking protocol and receiving him at the gate of his aircraft, let us delve deep into the way the event played out. The 2015 Republic Day celebrations was marked by many firsts. [...]Read More

January 14, 2015
Obama visit on Republic day

In the midst of much despair, destruction and violence across the world, a refreshing ray of hope is President Barack Obama’s visit to India, for the Republic Day celebrations this year. Accepting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s invitation to be the Chief Guest on the 66th Republic Day Parade in New Delhi, Barack Obama becomes the first US President to attend the celebrations which mark the historic event of India’s adoption of its own Constitution. Let [...]Read More

November 23, 2014
Obama to be India’s Chief Guest at Republic Day Parade 2015

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has pulled off yet another diplomatic coup by getting the US President Barack Obama to be the chief guest at the Republic Day Parade. This is the first time a US President is going to grace the occasion and the first time that a US President is making a second visit to India during his presidency. That in itself speaks of the importance India holds in the US strategic vision. For [...]Read More



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