THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT INDIA REPUBLIC DAY. AMAZING FACTS AND ESSAY ABOUT REPUBLIC DAY.

THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT REPUBLIC DAY - FACTS ABOUT REPUBLIC DAY OF INDIA


Why 26 January was elected to implement the Constitution, there are some special reasons behind it. In fact, on 26 January 1930, the Indian National Congress declared Purna Swaraj. After this, our Constitution came into force on the same day in 1950.

THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT INDIA REPUBLIC DAY. AMAZING FACTS AND ESSAY ABOUT REPUBLIC DAY.


  • The constitution of the country was implemented on this day at 10:18. Rajendra Prasad was sworn in as President just six minutes after the Constitution came into force. The oath-taking ceremony was held at the Government House in which all the leaders including Nehru were present.

  • The constitution of our country is completely written by hand. No typewriter has been used to write it. The biggest thing is that it is written in both Hindi and English. After this, it was kept in a box of helium, closed so that its pages do not spoil. The Constitution is still preserved in the Library of Parliament House.

  • Apart from this, the constitution of our country is mixed. That is, rules have been taken from different countries like Germany, England, Russia etc.

  • Republic Day i.e. on 26 January, some foreign head of state comes as a guest. President Sukarno of Indonesia joined as the main event when the first Republic Day was celebrated. At present, the parade to be held on this day takes place at Rajpath. But it would not be known that in the beginning, it happened in different places.

  • It started happening in Rajpath since 1955, since then it has been happening till now. Earlier, from1950 to 1954, this parade was held at Kingsway, Lal Qila, Ramlila Maidan, Irvine Stadium, now called National Stadium, respectively.

  • Kingsway's name was later changed to Rajpath. When the parade was held here in 1955, the Governor of Pakistan, Jr Malik Ghulam Mohammad, joined as the chief guest.

  • During this time, when the National Anthem is held, the President is given a salute of twenty-one cannons. You must have heard about it often. This salute lasts from the start of the national anthem to its end, that is, for a total of 52 seconds, it is actually seven different guns that belong to the Indian Army. These are called pounders.

  • Three rounds are fired from each cannon and there are a total of 21 salutes. These guns were made in the year 1941.

  • Republic Day is celebrated with complete restriction. Time is taken care of most in this. Seconds are counted. It starts in a fixed time and ends in the fixed time. If this program is started with a delay of one second then it will also end with a delay of one second.

  • Every year the song "abide with me" is played after the end of Republic Day. It is said that it was the favourite song of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.


  • Each tableau running in Rajpath has a speed of five kilometres per hour. Neither less nor more than this.

  • By the way, this festival is celebrated on a single day for all of us while officially it runs for three days. It ends on January 29 with Retreat Ceremony.

  • This is the biggest festival of India's largest democracy. You should celebrate it and together take a pledge that we will follow everything written in the constitution of the country.


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