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The Republic Day of IndiaBY: Liyakat Shah | Category: Others | Submitted: 2012-01-25 06:39:17
26th January is a very important day in the history of Independent India. On 15th august 1947 India got freedom from the clutches of British Empire and three years later on 26th January 1950 India adopted its own Constitution and India can to be called as socialist, republic, secular and democratic country. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar took the challenge of framing our constitution which is the biggest in the whole world. A splendid function is held in New Delhi the capital of India. The Prime Minister of India unfurls the Indian tri-colour flag and addresses the nation with a speech about the present and future Indian developmental plans. The President takes the salute of the parade. The three wings of military that is the Army, the Navy and the Air force participate and display their acrobatic fly past skills in front of the nation.
There is a display of new innovative weapons, missiles, tanks, guns, airplanes and so on. School children participate in cultural dance. There is a colourful procession of display a replica of every states of India. The parade is followed by groups of students from various parts of India they wear traditional clothes of their region and display regional dance and culture. The same tradition is carried on since India became free. Let's try to preserve this varied culture.
East or West India Is the Best
Mr. Liyakat Shah
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