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Republic Day 26th January 2019 Wallpapers:

On 26th January 1950, India became a republic. It was on this day our constitution came into force. Since then in order to celebrate the feeling of patriotism and love for the country every year on 26the January we celebrate Republic Day. People decorate their surroundings with flags. Some people like to adorn their PC screens with Republic Day wallpapers. So, if you are in search of myriad wallpapers on Republic Day, then we at mapsofindia has a lot to offer. There are various images with us starting from the very basic images which depict the National flag of India with 'Republic Day' written on the image with tricolour to more fancy ones which have "January 26th" written on it. If you want the subtle images then then you can choose the latter ones. If you are a Gandhian then there is an image for the Gandhians too. It shows the father of the nation and the charkha against a background of saffron, white and green.It also has Bande Mataram written in Hindi to add to the nationalistic fervour. It was the 26th of January that the Constitution of India came into force replacing the Government of India Act 1935. One of the wallpapers upholds the spirit of the Constitution by depicting themes such as purity, justice, equality, liberty, faith and sacrifice. The third wallpaper shows a silhouette of the India Gate. It can be set as a desktop background as a tribute to the martyrs who have laid down their lives to protect the country and its people. The last wallpaper in the series is representative of the idea 'Unity in Diversity' and shows India as a culturally rich land. Download any one of the above images free of cost which you find suitable for your PC.

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