top of page



Republic Day is one of the most significant national holidays in India. Every year, it is observed with great fanfare. India's 74th Republic Day is being observed this year. India's spirit of independence is honored on Republic Day. To honor the creation of the Indian Constitution, the nation observes it as a national holiday.

India will commemorate its 74th Republic Day on Thursday with a vibrant parade showcasing its military prowess and cultural diversity.

India's constitutional adoption, which turned the country into a sovereign republic, is commemorated by a public holiday.

The parade in Delhi, the nation's capital, which is broadcast live across the nation, is its highlight.

The celebrations begin with President Draupadi Murmu unfurling the national flag on the newly inaugurated Kartavaya Path (formerly known as Rajpath). Every year, millions of Indians watch the rich tradition, cultural heritage, spectacle of the country's progress and achievements along with the air shows of the Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air Force on television. In addition to this, the public can also enjoy events at the Kartavaya Trail, including the Republic Day Parade Rehearsal, Parade and the Beating the Retreat Ceremony.

Every year, the nation also invites a foreign dignitary to attend the parade as the chief guest; this year, Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, the president of Egypt, will be the honoree.

In spite of the chilly January weather, thousands of people brave it to watch the parade as it passes through the recently renovated Kartavya Path (previously Rajpath).

Soldiers of the Indian military marched in line while the President of India, Prime Minister and other guests watched on. Some regiments rode camels and horses also in colorful costumes to the sound of drums and bagpipes. The exciting air show is dazzling as groups of planes gallop through the sky.

There are also smaller parades and cultural events held by various states and districts. Additionally, several government agencies have their own tableaux showcasing India's accomplishments in the areas of agriculture, science, and technology.

It is an honor for Indian states and military regiments to be chosen to take part in the procession, which has grown longer and more colorful over the years.

On this precious day, we from 11ic, wishing you and your family a Happy Republic day! Let us salute to those who have fought and continue to fight for the rights and freedoms of all Indian citizens. May this day provides you with an opportunity to serve your country in every possible way.

10 views0 comments


Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page