Republic Day of India
India is the world's biggest democratic nation. Though India got freedom against British rule on 15th of August 1947, but till 1950 we do not have our own law and order to follow. The 26th of January 1950, was the dawn of world's biggest democracy, when we got our own constitution and India became a republic nation. From then on, this day has been declared as a national festival of India and we celebrate this day as Republic Day of India. The word republic means a country that is ruled by people, elected by the the people of that nation.
Today we have completed 63 years with our own constitution and proud to be a part of the world's biggest democracy. This is our privilege that we are the citizens of a secular nation. Our constitution provides us freedom to travel anywhere in India, freedom to adopt any religion we like to follow, we can arrange public meeting; we can express and share our thoughts etc. Being a citizen of a democratic nation, we not only have many rights but also many responsibilities to carry out.
Republic day celebration
On 26th January of every year, we celebrate our Republic day. This is India's national festival and also declared as national holiday. On the eve of Republic day, cultural programmes are arranged in school, colleges and different public places. Political and social meeting also arranged for considering social and national issues. National flag is furled not only at government offices but also at public places. National anthem beats inspire the countrymen with feelings of patriotism.
The main attraction of Republic day is the special Republic day parade taken out at Rajpath, in front of India gate in our capital Delhi. Early in the morning people from all over India, start to gather at Rajpath to watch this parade. People, who can't go there, watch it on television. Some foreign ministers are also invited as chief guests on this occasion. Indian Prime minister with other ministers and chiefs of armed forces also arrive at Rajpath. With the arrival of Indian President and foreign chief guest, the national flag furls sky high.
The bravery awards are distributed to brave soldiers, martyrs, brave citizens and brave children. Brave children are brought by elephants on this occasion. After this Republic day parade starts with the flag march of all Indian forces. Indian president takes the salute of all Indian armed forces. Armed strength of the country has been shown in this parade. Tableau from many states of India and Union territories, are the center of attraction for everyone on this occasion. The Rashtrapati Bhawan and important government buildings are decorated with light in the evening.
How we should celebrate this festival?
This is the festival of proud for our nation. Every countryman should participate in this occasion. We should also remember our freedom fighters on this day. This is an occasion of patriotism, unity; peace, love, proud, happiness and inspiration. We should make some principle on this occasion and try to be loyal to our duties and nation.
Here are some promises; every countryman should do to himself and nation:
• We shall root out all evils from our society and nation.
• We shall respect our constitution
• We will always remember our freedom fighter and golden heritage of our country.
• We shall feel proud to be the part of India.
• We shall spread the spirit of united India.
• We shall root out corruption from our society.
• We shall make our people literate.
• We shall protect our national resources and save our environment.
• We shall follow principles of our great ministers.
|Guest Author: Krishna 09 Nov 2012|
|Excellent essay on Indian Republic Day. Children can use it as a speech in the school. Please write more. |
|Guest Author: Ankur Pandey 02 Jan 2013|
|This was a very deeply expressed essay. I was knowing somethings about this topic but didn't knew it so deeply. Thanks for sharing the content, which is very useful for school students.|
|Guest Author: Meena 18 Jan 2013|
|I am very happy to see this essay. It is very useful for me. I am going to use this in my school for our essay competition. Do you have a Republic Day speech as well?|
|Guest Author: Khaja Moinuddin 21 Jan 2013|
|Nice essay, thanks to the author for sharing this good work with us.|
|Guest Author: Ankita Chanda 22 Jan 2013|
|Nice speech on Republic Day. Thanks for sharing. |
|Guest Author: Vivek 24 Jan 2013|
|I love my India. Happy Republic day to all Indians. |
|Guest Author: Santosh Kumar Jagat 25 Jan 2013|
|I'm proud India. I love India. Happy Republic day to all Indians. |
|Guest Author: Rafeekrehan 25 Jan 2014|
|Thank you for sharing this wonderful essay on Indian Republic Day. Please share a Republic day speech as well. Do you mind if I use this for my school work?|
|Author: Tony John 09 Jan 2015||Member Level: Silver Points : 2|
We don't have a problem even if you use this for your school work. However, it is better you read this essay and then come up with your own essay. Just reproducing from some other sources may not help you much, if you want to develop essay writing skills.
|Guest Author: Gautam 13 Jan 2015|
|This is a very good essay on the Republic Day. Thanks for sharing.|
|Author: Srinivas Rajanahalli 19 Jan 2015||Member Level: Bronze Points : 0|
|Here are some promises; every countryman should do to himself and nation. Thanks for sharing.|