Republic Day Of India


Republic Day Of India

We Indians celebrate Republic Day of India on 26th January. As a Student we will be happy that we are getting holiday on 26th January and We are participating in some programs before flag hosting and the most important one we will have the Indian Flag Tiranga  pinned on Our Dresses and the School management will give us some snacks like Parle G or Other Buiscuits and some sweets. After all these things and some speeches we will go to home happily as it is a holiday now.

But When we Grow up there are some questions which hit our Mind regarding the Republic Day Of India

What is Republic Day?

Why It is Celebrated?

When was the first Republic Day of India?

Here Bajrai Online Solutions come up with the brief answers regarding Republic Day of India

According to Wikipedia,

Republic Day honours the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect on 26 January 1950 replacing the Government of India Act as the governing document of India.”

So from this we come to know that Republic day is the day on which our Indian Constitution came in to effect, this is the reason we Celebrate Republic day and Our Indian constitution came into effect on 26th January 1950, so the first republic day celebrated was on 26th January 1950 after 3 years of independence i.e., almost 70 years ago.

Now on 26th January 2020 We will be celebrating our 70th Republic Day.

The Preface of Constitution is The Preamble to the Constitution of India which is discussed here.

If you have any article of yours then send it to us before 26th January 2020.

 

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