There is absolutely no bigger celebration than a country's pride and honour and that's what can be truly witnessed on the Republic Day. This day is dedicated to all those freedom fighters who have contributed to making India free. There can be nothing more satisfying than watching the army, navy and armed forces march-past and paying their homage to the people who lost their lives for the country. Also, the President and the Prime Minister of India joins the celebration.
This day is marked as National holiday and is the same day when the Indian constitution was formed in 1950. From the day till today, every step of our country has been towards glory and excellence and that's what you will see being honoured at this ceremony. You cannot afford to lose the chance of being a part of this festival come whatever may.
The Republic Day Parade is the main attraction of the whole festival. It has been seen that nine to twelve regiments of the Indian Army march past the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces. Furthermore, one of the unique sights of the parade is the camel-mounted Border Security Force Contingent. Everything takes months of practice and no amount of energy is spared in ensuring that there are no mistakes. Then there are 22 to 30 floats which perfectly exhibit the diversity of our Indian culture. There are around 1200 school children who present the cultural dances as part of the parade.
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Source: All India Radio News
By Air - Delhi is well connected with other major cities. Indira Gandhi International airport is the nearest airport and from there you will need to take a cab or some other means of transportation to go and see the Republic Day parade.
By Road - There are regular buses from other cities to Delhi. Thus planning a road trip would be a convenient option for you.
By Train - The overall connectivity via train is also quite good. Thus travelling via train will be an affordable and convenient option for you.
26 January 2020
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