26 January Facts 2019: Here we are bringing you very interesting Facts about 26 January and you must need to aware with 26 January Facts to celebrate this 26 January Republic Day 2019 celebration in good manners. Each Indian love our country and feel proud for being an Indian, every religion of this country felt pride when we see the national flag of India and also it gives positive energy in our body continuously. Every 26th of January bring patriot towards India in our heart and also we on the same day we know the day importance in good manners.
If you don’t know what is the importance of this day then you should need to read our Indian country Interesting Facts about Republic Day, after then you will realize how much significance day hold for all of us. This year also 26 January republic Day is going to celebrate 26 January in 2019
26 January Facts 2019
- In legends country of India, ‘Republic Day’ is always celebrated on 26th January every year.
- Republic Day commemorates the date on which the Constitution of India came into force replacing the Government of India Act 1935 as the governing document of India on 26 January 1950.
- The Constitution law of India’s is the longest in the world.
- Drafting the Constitution was a very difficult task. Dr B.R. Ambedkar took 2 years and 11 months and 18 days to draft the Indian Constitution.
- There was only two hand-written copies of the Indian Constitution were prepared: Hindi & English. Both copies were signed by 308 members of the Assembly on 24th January in 1950. It became effective two days later, and came into force throughout the country.
- Republic Day of India was celebrated on January 26, 1950 first time, after indian republic we took three years to get independence.
- India’s Independence Day or Purna Swaraj Day we celebrate on January 26, 1930 . It’s the day when all peoples of India decided to fight for the complete freedom.
- After we achieved Independence on August 15 in 1947, our leaders wanted January 26 to be remembered in history as well. Therefore, the day was made to coincide with the day of Swaraj.
- The first Indian President, Dr. Rajendra Prasad took oath (at Durbar Hall of government house) first time on the same 26th of January in 1950.
- Republic Day is one of the three national holidays in India to celebrate continue.
- The first Indian Republic Day parade was held at Rajpath in 1955.
- Prior to 1955 (until 1954), the Indian republic day celebrations were performed on the ‘Kingsway’, ‘Lal Kila’, and ‘Ramlila Ground’.
- The first Guest of the Rajpath parade was Malik Gulam Mohammed (first governor general of Pakistan) in 1955.
- The chief guest on republic day celebration, 1961 was Queen Elizabeth from Britain.
- Flag hoisting ceremonies and cultural programs take place in all the state capitals every year on same 26 january special day.
- Flag-hoisting ceremonies are also conducted by the local administration, schools and colleges all over the country.
- In schools and colleges many competition are held by teacher and also all students get rewards for joining the competition, and winners are get special rewards.
- It was 26th of January in 1965 when Hindi language was declared as our national & mother language of India.
- In New Delhi, a special parade is held on every 26 January republic day. The President of India takes the salute.
- The celebration of 26 January starts from Vijay Chowk. All the three wings of the armed forces take part in the parade.
- A majority of national awards such as Bharat Ratna, Padma Bhushan and Kirti Chakra are awarded during the Republic Day ceremony.
- Republic Day Celebrations is 3-day long celebration. The republic day end on January 29 with the Beating Retreat ceremony.
- Indonesian President Sukarno was the first chief guest at the first Republic Day Day Celebration of India on January, 26th in 1950.
- Students prepare speech on republic day to present in stage in front of students and teachers on the same day every year.
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