namaskaar kaise haiM aap? Did you know India celebrated its 61st Republic day on 26th January 2010? Here is a short description about the occasion. Republic day is India’s most important national event and the day is celebrated in grandeur all over India. It was on this day the constitution of India came into force and India became a republic. Symbols of the great nation's military force and cultural wealth are majestically displayed in the capital, New Delhi, to mark the importance of the occasion. The day is a national holiday and people, filled with patriotism, gather in places like schools and government organizations to pay tribute to their beloved nation. The National Flag is hoisted at Rashtrapati Bhavan and other government offices across the country. Sweets are distributed and cultural programmes are organized. The Padma Awards, country’s highest civilian awards are announced and conferred on this day every year. Now, here are the Hindi equivalents for some of the important words in the above narrative. Republic day = gaNathaMthra dhivas गणतंत्र दिवस Occasion = avasar अवसर Grandeur = shaan शान Republic = gaNaraajy गणराज्य Military force = sainik bal सैनिक बल Cultural wealth = saaMskTRthik saMpaththi सांस्कॄतिक संपत्ति Capital= raajaDhaanee राजधानी New Delhi = nayee dhillee नई दिल्ली National holiday= raaShtreeya avakaash राष्ट्रीय अवकाrश Patriotism = dheshabhakthi देशभक्ति National flag = raaShtreeya Dhvaj राष्ट्रीय ध्वज Padma awards = padhma puraskaar पद्म पुरस्कार Hope you enjoyed comprehending this piece of information. Don’t miss a chance to witness the Republic day celebration, when you are in India. aapkee Nikita
Republic Day Celebrations in India
January 26, 2010
March 16, 2013
it rupublic day when india throw the british out.