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25 January 2023 5 mins read

Republic Day 2023: 74 Years After India’s Constitution Was Born

25 January 2023 5 mins read
Republic Day 2023: 74 Years After India’s Constitution Was Born

Every citizen should feel happy to commemorate national holidays, and Republic Day is one occasion marked with grandeur and excitement. Jana Gana Mana's national anthem is sung throughout the country as Republic Day is observed with great enthusiasm and reverence. Every time you turn around, you can buy paper flags and display items, and the colors saffron, white, and green are everywhere you see.  Are you also anticipating this historic day? To find out more about celebrating Republic Day in 2023, continue reading.

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India celebrates Republic Day on January 26 with radiance and grandeur. Republic Day commemorates the end of colonial rule and India’s proclamation of independence. The most distinctive feature of the day is the hoisting of the national flag in diverse areas of the country. Republic Day’s main event is a series of magnificent processions at Janpath in New Delhi, which feature the proud Indian army. India celebrates its 74th Republic Day this year, and the country is anticipating a grand celebration. Learn more about the republic day celebration in 2023.

Significance of Republic Day in 2023

Following the declaration of independence, India was released from the allegedly brutal period of British rule. As a result, a new constitution was developed on January 26. The Indian Constitution became effective on January 26, 1950, and was written by a panel headed by Dr BR Ambedkar. The Indian constitution was a major turning point since it declared India an independent republic. On January 26, the Indian National Congress declared Purna Swaraj, and the Indian government decided to observe that day as Indian Independence Day. The end of colonial authority occurred in 1930, and today is also celebrated as Indian Republic Day in India.

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Republic Day theme for 2023

The 2023 Republic Day Parade will feature a unique display from all Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), with the theme of this year’s parade is “Nari Shakti.”

Every year, this day is observed to honor the struggles that the Indian Nation endured following the brutality of colonial authority. Colonization had a terrible impact on the life of the Indian population. While commemorating this day in 2023, the value of freedom is given greater significance. This day reminds us of the value of freedom, or liberation from the dark, wicked powers that want to destroy our country.

2023: Chief Guest for Republic Day

The chief guest at India’s Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi since 1950 has always been the leader of the state or government of another nation.

Due to COVID-19, visitors who had been scheduled to visit in 2021 and 2022 had to withdraw. Thus, India has invited Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi to attend Republic Day celebrations in 2023. The Ministry of External Affairs issued the statement.

Per a press release from the Ministry of External Affairs, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has extended an invitation to President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi of the Arab nation of Egypt to attend India’s Republic Day celebrations on January 26, 2023. The President of the Arab democracy of Egypt will attend our Republic Day as the principal guest for the first time.

How to Commemorate Republic Day

Every year, Republic Day is observed with great enthusiasm and splendor. Every Indian is proud to celebrate the country’s independence. On this particular day, the Indian sovereign state’s constitution is celebrated and dedicated.

This day is usually observed by hoisting the national flag in academies and universities. Nationwide, cultural practices that support India’s struggle for independence are prevalent. Every year, the President of India hoists the flag over India Gate in New Delhi.


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The celebration of this Day is made more luxurious by the most lavish and spectacular parades. At Rajpath in New Delhi, major parades are held. The Indian President is in charge of the parade. The Ministry of Defense oversees the planning and execution of the parade. On that particular day, India’s unique cultural heritage is on display.

The day also honors the brave martyrs who sacrificed their lives to protect the motherland. The republic day celebration’s main event is a 21-gun salute. In addition, to celebrate this day, it is customary to hoist the national flag and sing the national anthem together. Honor awards for courageous troops include the Ashok Chakra, Vir Chakra, and Paramvir Chakra. In addition, the Indian Prime Minister honors the martyrs and shows his commitment to them by placing a garland at the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate.

In service jeeps, the chivalry champions congratulate the President. The country demonstrates its military strength. There is a military, police, and National Cadet Corps march-past. When the Indian Air Force fighter jets pass over Janpath, the procession is over. India celebrates Republic Day nationwide. Corona aside, the country is ready to commemorate its independence from British control. The day symbolizes the honorable and admirable qualities of an Independent India.


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