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Essay, Paragraph or Speech on “Republic Day Celebrations in Delhi” Complete Essay, Speech for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation and other classes.

Republic Day Celebrations in Delhi


India was declared a Republic in the year 1950, on 26th of January. Ever since, this day is being celebrated in the whole country as Republic day. Republic day is a National festival; it is meant to show that a the entire country is enjoying a festival on this day as the nation achieved something on this day. On this day every year, all schools, colleges and offices are closed and the entire population of the country joins hands in the national festivities.

In every state of the country there are widespread celebrations. All schools, colleges and other institutions have programmes to mark the day and it looks as though the entire country is in unison in their spree for enjoyment. The day reminds each and every citizen of India his/her responsibility to the country. The day is also a vivid reminder to all about the hard work that brought this pleasure for us.

Since Delhi is the capital of this country, it is as expected to celebrate this great event with a show and enthusiasm which be fits the capital. The celebrations here are at a greater height of show and exuberance, are different to those in other parts of the country. Here, in Delhi besides the usual holiday and Prime Minister’s speech from the Red fort, the highlight of the event is the magnificent parade that starts from the Rashtrapati Bhavan and is seen by millions of people. There is an elaborate arrangement near the area of Rashtrapathi Bhavan, Parliament House and the entire area is cordoned off for the hundreds of VIPs who come to see the parade on the occasion. This huge procession moves through the streets of Delhi right from the Rashtrapati Bhavan to Red fort and reflects the past and present glory of the might of India.

The procession is also inclusive of a depiction of India’s great past and varied culture. The culture is depicted by means of tabbau of different states showing their typical mode of life. There is a big contingent of chariot displaying facets of differing cultures that constitute the single country that is India. This long procession moves slowly through the important streets of Delhi starting from Rashtrapati Bhavan and ending at Red fort. All through the route of this procession there is a huge crowd of men, women and children clamouring to get just a glimpse of the different items of the procession. The roads, the Pavements, housetops, roofs of offices so much so, even tree top are seen crowded with human faces and forms. It appears as though, there could be just no one sitting at his/her home, and every person is out to see this galashow. All people are seen in coloured attires as though they are really celebrating an event with all gusto. The scene is just unforgettable and. it gives the impression that, we Indian are so very attached to our country. our motherland that we are ready to face any amount of trials and tribulations just to have a hazy for glimpse of our achievements, strength and heritage. At times, after seeing this scene I do wonder that if we are really so loyal and loving to our country, and above all, one entity as the show depicts them, why should there be any differences among us ? This is an enigma that I just cannot understand.

I do pray to god that the scene depicted in Delhi on Republic Day, its grandeur its oneness and its traditions are all maintained and help us to grow in the face of all contradictory realities.


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