REVIVE Multi Speciality Clinic Wishes Everyone A Happy Republic Day 2019!
A man is a patriot if his heart beats true to his #Country.
This Republic Day,
Let’s Come Together to Salute & Felicitate Our Glorious Nation
With Pride in Our Hearts,
Faith in Our Words,
Memories in Our Mind,
Freedom in Our Souls.
Republic Day in #INDIA is of great importance in #INDAN #History as it tells Us All about each and every struggle of Indians to achieve #freedom. People who were fighting for #Independence of India took a pledge on the same day in 1930 at the banks of River Ravi in #Lahore to achieve a complete Independence (‘Poorna Swarajya’) of #INDIA, which came true in the year 1947 on 15th of August.
On 26th of January in 1950, #INDIA was declared as a #Sovereign#Secular #Socialistic and #Democratic #Republic which means the people of #INDIA got the power to choose the government for the #country. Republic day is a #NationalHoliday in India when people celebrate this great day of #Honour in their own ways. The main celebration takes place at #Rajpath, New Delhi where President of India hoists the National Flag and a parade is organised by the Indian Armed Forces. People also pay tribute to all the Freedom Fighters of the Indian Freedom struggle who sacrificed their lives for the Nation.
Did You know?
The #Constitution of India is the longest in the World.
Also known as “Bharat ka Samvidhaan” in Hindi, the constitution of India is not only Hand-Written but is also Calligraphed in both, Hindi and English. The original copy is kept under high surveillance in a helium-filled box inside the library on the premises of the Parliament of India
The first Republic Day parade also took place on January 26, 1950. More than 100 aircraft from the Indian Air Force flew past the parade.
The lion head from Ashoka Pillar in Sarnath was formally adopted as the national emblem on the same day.
The word Royal was dropped from Royal Air Force and it became Indian Air Force on this day.
The then Prime Minister of INDIA, Jawaharlal Nehru addressed the nation on the radio on the eve of the first Republic Day.
The then Indonesian President Sukarno was the first chief guest at the Republic Day parade in 1950.
The peacock was declared as the national bird on this same day in 1963.
There are indeed many more such Interesting facts worthwhile to remember about while Celebrating the Republic Day of India.
Proud to Be An #INDAN