Republic Day Celebration In India 2015 | 26th Jan Parade Significance & Imp

By | January 24, 2015

Republic Day Celebration In India 2015

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Happy Republic Day!

Republic day in India is celebrated every year with great honor on 26th of Jan. This year we are going to enjoy the 66th Republic Day Celebration in India 2015. Every year on Republic Day, a unique 26 January Parade is organized and is a day of great importance and significance.

26th Jan, 1950, this is very special day for all Indians on this day the Indian Constitution come into force. Republic Day is celebrated all over India including all states and in schools, colleges, offices, panchayats, police lines and army head quarters. However, the big celebration is seen in Delhi, the capital of India.

Main Highlights of 26 January 2015


According to the Press report it is guaranteed that This year, the American President Barack Obama’s coming to India as a Chief Guest on the 26 Jan 2015 Republic Day Parade. Also, He would be the first US President who has been invited to enhance the glory of the great occasion as a chief guest. As per the media, Women armed forces of India would also take part for the first time in the Republic day Parade of this season, 2015.

Republic Day Parade

Main attraction point of the Republic Day is the grand Parade and salute event, which is held in New Delhi, the capital of India. The Republic Day Parade begins from Rajghat along the Vijayapath with different regiments of the military, navy and air force marching in all their fineries.


The horses of the cavalry are also magnificently decorated to suit the event. Besides, the best of NCC cadets from across the country are chosen to join in the Republic Day Parade.

Cultural programs presented by school children are also major fascination of the Republic Day celebration making it more exciting. Many people throughout India enjoy the nation’s Republic Day.

“We wish all our visitors, all the Indians out there, and most significantly National flag, a very Happy Republic Day”.

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