Friday, 29 December 2017

Best Republic Day Speeches in English

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Are you looking for republic day speech in English? Have you come here to read a republic day speech for students? Are you someone who cannot make a speech on republic day? Don't fret, though, we're here.


Here, we have a small collection of three of the best republic day speeches in English. These speeches are suitable for speakers of all levels. These speeches have some of the best-written information on republic day. These speeches briefly cover the history of republic day and also touch upon republic day celebrations. Basically, these speeches talk about why we celebrate republic day, and then about how republic day is celebrated.

Republic Day of India is celebrated on the 26th of January every year, to commemorate the anniversary of this date in 1950, when the Constitution of India was enforced.


Here are some of the best republic day speeches in English:

Republic Day Speech in English #1:

"Good morning all. We are all present here to celebrate a great day in the Indian history book i.e., The Republic day. We should all be proud to be born in such a great nation. Our motherland holds different religions and different languages, but we are all united in the name of the nation. Despite the vast diversity, we're all united.

So, let me tell you all a little about this great day.

We celebrate our Republic day on 26th January. We celebrate this day with some patriotic emotion. The day is so celebrated because on this very day the Constitution if India was brought into force back in 1950. The Constitution was drafted by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar along side a special committee and was passed on 26th November,1949 ,and had replaced the Government of India Act,1935. The Constitution made India a democratic nation. This gave everyone in the country a right to put the leaders of their choice in the power to lead the country by the right of voting.

The Constitution lays down all the fundamental rights and duties of the people in the country. And also there is difference between people basing their cast ,creed, religion or any other factors i.e., everyone is equal in the eyes of law.

The Constitution gave everyone an equal amount of importance, that's alright. But,it was all the result of the fights of the freedom fighters of this soil which made the country an independent nation. We are all waking up with freedom everyday just because of the efforts and the sacrifices of the freedom fighters of our country. Many people like Mahatma Gandhi ,Jawaharlal Nehru ,Subhas Chandra Bose ,Bhagat Singh and many others strived for the freedom of the country. 

So, Everytime we sing our national anthem ,we have to sing it in the name of the sacrifices made by these men. We also have take an oath of living with peace and Harmony. 

Jai Hind!"

Republic Day Speech in English #2:

A very good morning to everyone out here with me for celebrating this great day. We are here to celebrate our Republic day and to show some respect to those men who sacrificed their lives and also for those who put so their efforts for the nation's freedom.

So let me tell you all why we celebrate Republic day.

Way back in 1947, on 15th August ,with all the great efforts and sacrifices of our freedom fighters ,we got freedom from the British rule. Many great men like Mahatma Gandhi ,Bal Gangadhar Tilak ,Maulana Abul Kalam Azad ,Bhagat Singh ,Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel have driven our country to the freedom. All the efforts of these great people gave us freedom from the British on 15th August,1947 ,but we drafted our own Constitution on 26th November, 1949, under the chairmanship of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. The Constitution drafted in 1949 came into force on 26th January,1950. And the day on which the Constitution came into force is celebrated as Republic day.

Begin Republic means begin independent and ruling the country with our own rules. The Constitution was a replacement for the British rule. Before the Constitution can't into force, it was all British rule which prevailed in the country. Constitution made our country a democratic nation. Democracy is the government of the people ,by the people and for the people. In a democratic nation, the people in the country have the power to elect their leaders from the Prime Minister to the municipal leaders. And this is what's happening in India right now. This is all because of the Constitution.

Although we have our freedom now, we're not living fine. The country not heading I'm the right way. We see corruption and crime in every part of the country. This should be changed to keep the country moving forward. Otherwise, there won't be any meaning for the sacrifices of our great freedom fighters who made our country independent. So, let's respect the sacrifices and salute the nation.

Jai Hind!

Republic Day Speech in English #3:

Heartfelt greetings to all those who have gathered here for celebrating this patriotic day. I'd like to  welcome all the guests with all my heart.

    As each one of you knows,we're here today to celebrate our Republic Day. Before I start anything, I'd like to thank everyone for being here. Now, I'd like to speak a little about this great day. Going back into the past will show us many great struggles put up by some brave hearts like Mahatma Gandhi ,Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose ,Lala Lajpath Rai ,Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel,etc., to free our country from the shackles of the British Rule. After becoming independent ,we drafted our own Constitution to rule our mother nation on 26th November,1949. The day on which we brought our Constitution into force is celebrated as Republic Day i.e. ,on 26th January.

Republic simply means that the people in the country have the right to elect their representatives as political leaders to rule and lead the country in the right direction. So, in our country too, the political leaders, ranging right from President and Prime Minister to MLAs and Corporators are elected by the people. The right that people have today to elect their leaders by the power of vote is all because of the sacrifices made by those great men back in the past. We can never just ignore their efforts and sacrifices, and all we can do for those great men is just to stand up and salute for their priceless blood and sweat.

Yeah, we're electing our leaders with our own wish believing them to lead us all in the right direction, but it seems like nothing changed. We still see a lot of crime happening in every corner of the country. With all these, I see our country going nowhere. The perspective of the leaders should change to put the country on the right track. They should rather be thinking of the country's gain than their personal gain.

Jai Hind!
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Friday, 22 December 2017

15 Best Republic Day Images, Pictures

Are you looking for Republic Day Images, Pictures? Then you are in the right place. Here, we've collected 15 of the best republic day images just for you. You can share these pictures as on your WhatsApp groups and on Facebook. 

Republic Day is celebrated as the anniversary of the day the Constitution of India was first enforced back in 1950. Republic Day 2018 will be India's 69th Republic Day, and India has invited chief guests from all ASEAN countries. As a part of the festivities involved, all chief guests will get to witness the legendary Republic Day Parade at Rajpath. 

Republic Day in India is celebrated to commemorate the anniversary of the day when the constitution of India came into force, i.e. 26th January 1950. 

Here, we have a collection of the best pictures and images for Republic Day 2018. These pictures can be used for uploading on facebook, or even as WhatsApp status or WhatsApp DP. Here are 15 best Republic Day images and pictures:

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Sunday, 10 December 2017

REPUBLIC DAY 2018 Chief Guest List - India invites heads of ASEAN states

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Republic Day 2018 is just around the corner, and India is preparing for celebrations to be arranged on a grand scale. On 26th January 2018, India is inviting all the 10 heads of the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries, with the current Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah in the mix for the Republic Day Celebrations at the national capital, New Delhi.

Republic Day 2018 is the first time ever, that so many leaders will come together to grace the occasion as chief guests at the Republic Day Parade, which does a great job in showcasing the might of the Indian Defence Forces. This gesture of inviting the heads of all ASEAN states is seen as a step towards strengthening of ties among all states.

Republic Day 2018 Chief Guest List:

1. Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah: The Sultan of Brunei.

2. Prime Minister Hun Sen of Combodia.

Hun Sen, head of Combodia

3. Joko Widodo, The President of Indonesia.

Joko Widodo

4. Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith of Laos.

The Prime Minister of Laos

5. Mr. Najib Razak, The Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Prime Minister of Combodia

6. President Htin Kyaw of Myanmar.

Htin Kyaw of Myanmar

7. President Rodrigo Roa Duterte of Philippines.

Rodrigo Roa Duterte

8. President Halima Yacob of Singapore.

President of Singapore

9. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha of Thailand.

Prayuth Chan-ocha

10. Nguyen Xuân Phúc who is the Prime Minister of Vietnam

Prime minister of Vietnam

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Saturday, 2 December 2017

Why Do We Celebrate Republic Day?

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26th January 2018 will be celebrated as India's 69th Republic Day. The first Republic Day was celebrated in the year 1950. Republic Day is the most peaceful and patriotic celebration for all Indians. 26th January is celebrated as republic day because that is the day when our constitution was enforced, back in 1950. The Constitution of India was drafted by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. It was on this day that the constituent assembly took an oath which is imbibed in the Constitution as the Preamble

Original text of the Preamble of the Indian Constitution, as on 26th January 1950.
Original text of the Preamble of the Indian Constitution.

History of Republic Day in India

The Constitution of India is basically a governing document which replaced the preceding Government of India Act, 1935. The Constitution of India was drafted after much discussion in the Constituent Assembly.  The Constituent Assembly of India was a body of 389 individual representatives from different parts of the country. The idea of a constituent assembly was first proposed by C. Rajagopalachary, in the year 1939, based on adult franchise. This proposal was accepted by the British in the year 1940. 

Official seal of the constituent assembly of India
Original seal of the Constituent Assembly of India
The Constituent Assembly of India, which was elected for an undivided India, met for the first time on the 9th of December 1946. After much discussions, the constitution of India was drafted, by the drafting committee, which was headed by Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. The constitution was adopted by the assembly on 26th November 1949, but it was decided that 26th January would be the day the Constitution would be enforced. 

Constituent Assembly of India
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How is Republic Day celebrated?

Republic Day is celebrated at Rajpath, India Gate, in the presence of the Honorable President of India. Various defense forces, States, government and children from various schools perform in the ceremonial parade every year to celebrate the Republic Day of the country. This shows the integration of the people of the country despite all the diversity that it has. These celebrations continue for three days till 29th of the month. 

Image of the first Indian republic day celebrations in 1950.
First Celebration of Republic Day at Raisina Hill.
To this day, celebrations are held at Raisina Hill.

The celebrations end with a very special event called The Beating Retreat. Military bands of all three wings of the Indian defence, i.e., Indian Navy, Indian Army and the Air Force take part in the ceremony. The whole ceremony is conducted at Raisina Hill, President's House, in the presence of the honorable President, Prime Minister, all military chiefs, chief guest(s) and other dignitaries.

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Friday, 1 December 2017

Preamble of Indian Constitution

The Preamble of the Indian Constitution is a small introductory statement to the Constitution of India, which highlights the purpose and objectives of the Constitution. The Preamble also describes the hopes and aspirations of the people of India. 

Image of the original document containing the preamble of the Constitution of India.
The original document containing the
Preamble of the Indian constitution

Here's a ready-to-copy text of the Preamble of the Indian Constitution:

“WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN, SOCIALIST, SECULAR ,DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens:
JUSTICE, social, economic and political;
LIBERTY of thought , expression, belief, faith and worship;
EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all
FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation;

Meaning of the Preamble

The Preamble of the Indian Constitution is a small introductory statement to the Constitution of India, which highlights the purpose and objectives of the Constitution. The Preamble also describes the hopes and aspirations of the people of India. Here's the meaning of the preamble:

SOVEREIGN refers to India being a sovereign nation. This means that only the constitution is allowed to govern the nation and nothing else.
SOCIALIST, SECULAR refers to India being a welfare-based economy and that the government will be a secular one.
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC means that India shall be a republic and that India shall follow democratic system of governance. India is also the largest democracy in the world. 

The term JUSTICE refers to justice of all kinds, i.e. social, economic and political to all people without discrimination. The preamble also gives LIBERTY in the form of freedom of expression, faith, belief, worship, etc. through the fundamental rights. The preamble also guarantees EQUALITY of all religions and people. 

The preamble also promotes brotherhood among citizens of India, and assures dignity of the individual. On 26th November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India. 
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