26 January 2024 Republic Day – On January 26, 2024, India celebrated its 75th Republic Day with magnificence and a sense of national pride. On this momentous day in Indian history, the country celebrates the adoption of its Constitution on January 26, 1950, which turned India into a democratic, secular, socialist, and sovereign republic. The 75th Republic Day celebration was a historic event that honored the nation’s history of courage, harmony, and development.
Why Is Republic Day Celebrated?
Republic Day is observed to commemorate the day the Government of India Act of 1935 was superseded as the legal framework governing India by the Constitution of India. On January 26, 1950, India commemorated its first Republic Day in remembrance of the Purna Swaraj Declaration of 1930. It’s a day that instills pride and a sense of national solidarity among Indians.
Republic Day 2024
On January 26, the Republic Day 2024 parade is scheduled to start at 10:30 AM and will reach Kartavya Path via Vijay Chowk. About 77,000 people can fit in the venue, of which 42,000 are designated for the general audience. Republic Day is drawing near, and people all around the country are getting ready to celebrate. Rajpath in Delhi serves as the main thoroughfare for the celebrations, with spectacular parades showcasing the Indian army, navy, air force, police, and paramilitary forces taking place there.
Republic Day Parade 2024
The main attraction of the celebration is the Republic Day Parade, which takes place every year in New Delhi, the nation’s capital. The procession, which begins at the President’s mansion, Rashtrapati Bhavan, highlights India’s cultural and social legacy as well as its military prowess. The parade of 2024 was exceptional, showcasing numerous regiments from the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force in addition to their formidable weapons. Tableaux from several states illustrated India’s rich cultural diversity.
Republic Day Parade Timing 2024
The Republic Day parade was broadcast live on national television, starting at 9:30 AM. It featured an outstanding showcase of India’s capability in battle, cultural diversity, and accomplishments across the board. India’s scientific and technological achievements, particularly its accomplishments in space exploration and defense, were also highlighted in the march.
Republic Day 2024 Chief Guest
Emmanuel Macron, the president of France, will be the special guest at this year’s Republic Day festivities in India. Macron is scheduled to land at Jaipur airport on January 25. His itinerary includes stops at Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar, and Hawa Mahal, among other notable sites. He will also meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi while he is in Jaipur.
The French President will arrive in Delhi later the same night. As the Chief Guest, he is scheduled to watch the Republic Day Parade on January 26. He is scheduled to take part in the President of India’s ‘At Home’ Reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan after the procession.
26 January Republic Day Speech 2024
During events held in public schools across India, the Republic Day speech of January 26 was emphasized. The history of India’s independence movement, the importance of the Constitution, and the responsibilities of citizens to the country are frequently the topics of these lectures.
“Greetings, ladies and gentlemen.
On this auspicious day, January 26, 2024, we celebrate the spirit of freedom and democracy that characterizes our glorious country, India. Today, we celebrate the 75th Republic Day, a momentous milestone that honors the adoption of our Constitution.
Our Constitution has cleared the path for advancement, equality, and justice. It serves as a beacon of hope for our vibrant and diverse democracy. It is evidence of the aspirations of our nation’s founders, who saw it as a place where every person has access to fundamental liberties.
Over the past 75 years, India has experienced incredible growth and progress. Our country has become a major player on the international scene in a variety of sectors, including education, healthcare, science, and technology. But Republic Day is more than just a celebration of accomplishments; it’s a time to consider our civic duties.
Let’s join together and face the problems of the modern world with resiliency and resolve. To create a society that benefits from diversity, let’s embrace the values of inclusion, tolerance, and harmony. Future generations will have a better future because of our dedication to sustainable development and international cooperation.
On this Republic Day, let us reiterate our promise to safeguard the principles stated in our Constitution. May the tricolor, which represents the unity in our variety, always soar high. To all, a happy Republic Day! Jay Hind!”
Republic Day Beating Retreat Ceremony
The Republic Day Beating Retreat ritual on January 29 marked the end of the festivities. On this occasion, which took place at New Delhi’s Vijay Chowk, the bands of the Indian Army, Navy, Air Force, and Central Armed Police Forces gave performances. The entrancing “Sare Jahan Se Achha” concludes the ritual, which combines traditional Indian and Western music.