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Our Country celebrates the Republic day every year since 1950 and like every year.
Since 1930,India has been celebrating 26th January as an auspicious which was nearly 20 years even before the actual..
Our Country celebrates the Republic day every year since 1950 and like every year.
Since 1930,India has been celebrating 26th January as an auspicious which was nearly 20 years even before the actual Republic day started to be taken into consideration.
26th january 1930 marked the first Fake Independence day which the country use to observe when the congress had asked the british to comply on certin requirment, which if not follow would be declared as the independence day for the country.
After India got the atual independence on 15th August 1947 the committee under the leadership of Dr.BR. Ambedkar brought up the new constitution of india which replaced the Government of India Act of 1935.
When India become independent frome the british rule, there was a lot of rework to be done to save over country frome becoming a hell. it was a time when people were fighting with each other for each and everything.
The Indenpedent Republic of India officially born on 26th January 1950, after being for nearly 100 years under the british rule.
This year, the US President Barack Obama will be the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations. It will be Obama's second visit to India, making him the first US President to visit the country twice during his presidential tenure. It will also be the first time when India will receive an American President as a chief guest on 26 January. Obama's wife, Michelle Obama and some other senior officials from the US will also accompany him during this visit.
The Republic Day 2015 will be celebrated on 26 January. This day will be observed as a national holiday. All the public offices and schools will remain closed to celebrate the spirit of patriotism on this day.
The entire nation comes alive with patriotic fervour on this day, but the principal celebration of the Republic Day takes place in the national capital, New Delhi from 9 a.m. and continues for about three hours. This historic occasion becomes a national festival with the involvement of people from all over the country. The day symbolises the unity of the nation as it brings together people from different castes, creed, religions and regions to celebrate the day with the pride of being an Indian.
The celebration takes place at the Rajpath with great enthusiasm and pride, which can be experienced by any individual as the Republic Day Parade is a ticketed event. The tickets for the same can be bought a couple of weeks before the event.
The grandeur of the Republic Day of India is visible in the grand parade that is held along Rajpath, beginning from Raisina Hill near the Rashtrapati Bhavan and ending at India Gate.
The occasion witnesses the presence of the President, the Prime Minister and several other high-ranking officials of the country. The parade starts when the Prime Minister of India offers wreaths at the Amar Jawan Jyoti at the India Gate, in memory of the martyrs of the Indian army.
The rich and colourful culture of India is showcased in the parade of the Republic Day. Traditional as well as cultural performances are given by professionals belonging to different regions. School children in picturesque costumes also participate in the display of different aspects of the glorious history of the country on this big day.

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