Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26 January (26 January) in India. The Constitution of India got its existence on the same day in 1950. The Constitution of India is the largest and oldest written constitution in the world. The Indian Constitution is a separate constitution of its kind in a world full of diversities. The Constitution of India took a full 2 years 11 months and 18 days by Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, after which this constitution came into force for the entire country on 26 January 1950. On this day, people across the country celebrate and wish each other the best of the Republic.
Republic Day in India is celebrated on 26 January as the Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution of India on 26 November 1949, and on 26 January 1950 the Constitution of India came into force throughout the country. Every year in India, Republic Day is celebrated. The day of 26 January was chosen because on 26 January 1929, the Congress passed the resolution of complete Self rule against the slavery of the British.
What is the difference between Republic Day and Independence Day?
India became a Republic country on 26 January, so Republic Day is celebrated. The Constitution of India came into force on the day of Republic Day, the country became independent on Independence Day 15 1947. Hence, Independence Day is celebrated every year on 15 August and Republic Day on 26 January.
- India celebrated the first Republic Day on 26 January 1950 at 10.18 minutes in the morning
- On this day all government and private institutions in India have a holiday. A public holiday is declared in India.
- Complete Self rule Day (26 January 1930) was implemented.
- 21 gun salute is also started with the national anthem
- Bravery awards are also given on the occasion of Republic Day.