India celebrates the 63nd anniversary of Republic Day, a day that marks the adoption of the Constitution of India and the country’s transition from a British Dominion to a republic. Large-scale military parades and cultural events can be seen across the country. The whole event which gather all community, all people of different culture together, it looks so beautiful have a look of some moments….
1. Each year, January 26 India celebrates the Republic.
2. This date is associated with the entry into force of the Constitution of independent India on 26 January 1950, when the country finally came out from under the influence of Great Britain.
3. The most celebrated day of the wider population.
4. During these days holidays are enjoyed all over the country and the last rehearsal of military parade, flower show opened for people and theatrical performances are prepared.
5. A characteristic feature of this festival is the organization of festive processions in Delhi, as well as in the capitals of all states.
6. In Delhi, it passes along the central avenue Raj Pathom from the Presidential Palace to the Gateway of India.
7. Processes form a colorfully decorated platform, representing thousands of spectators gather on both sides of the avenue from different states of the country. Also involves columns of schoolchildren, scouts, folk dancers and bands.
8. This procession is preceded by a solemn ceremony at Raj Pathom arrival of the president and prime minister, and the military parade of the garrison, during which you can see Modern weapons , and over Victory Square – Vijay Chowk-sweep aircraft squadrons of Indian Air Force.
9. Republic Day – A holiday, which meets in conjunction with various festivals of folk dances and music, and theatrical performances.
10. In Delhi, in these days people immediately follow the January 26, at the National Stadium Where they arrange two-day festival of folk dance, which involve representatives of almost all states of India.
13. An interesting epilogue to celebrate Republic Day in Delhi is a ceremony of “Last Post”, which involved the presidential security guards in the picturesque uniforms almost since the Napoleonic wars.
15. It occurs on the second day after a holiday in the area of Vijay Chowk, in the presence of senior government officials and members of the diplomatic corps.
18. At sunset, the combined military brass bands perform and bravura marches, and lyrical works.
20. The ceremony has its roots in the Middle Ages, when the slope of the day the troops stopped combat operations and the trumpets sounded.
21. With the last rays of the sun fades, the music and fireworks lit up the darkening sky.