Republic Day of India 2023
On this day in 1950, the Indian Constitution came into effect.
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar, known as the "Father of the Indian Constitution," drafted the Constitution, which is India's supreme law.
The Indian Constitution's preamble states that the country is a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic.
The Prime Minister pays tribute to the martyrs at Rajghat to kick off the day's magnificent celebration.
On this day, the highest military honours are also bestowed upon a number of dignitaries and distinguished foreign guests.
On this day, prizes are also given to children who have demonstrated exceptional bravery in various situations.
Schools and colleges across the country are divided into various programmes.
Speech and debate competitions are held, and children are taught to sing "Jana Gana Mann," the national anthem.
The holiday serves as a reminder to remember those who fought for our liberty.
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