Happy Republic Day…


Indian Constitution is one of the finest in the world which came into effect from 26th January 1950. India, being the largest democracy of the world is a sovereign state and it’s Constitution has been praised worldwide.

Popularly known as the Republic Day, 26th January is one of the National festivals apart from Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti, both of which are celebrated on 15th August and 2nd October respectively. Independence Day marks the celebration of India becoming independent from British regime way back on 15th August, 1947 while Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated as to remember Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi to mark his birth anniversary. He is also known as the Father of Nation.

On the eve of Republic Day, the President of India hoist the national flag and addresses the nation at Rajpath, New Delhi. Also Governor of different states hoist the national flag in the State capital. This day is celebrated proudly across the nation.

So on the eve of the Republic Day, I wish you a very happy Republic Day. Do good to yourself and to our nation as well. Let’s keep up the good spirit with our deeds and work in order to take India to next level. 🙂 Let’s always work to make India better and better so that our National flag i.e The Tricolor should keep flying proudly at the top. Become a contributor in nation building. Happy Republic Day.. Be happy… Stay blessed… 🤗

Ashish Kumar

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The Glory of Indian Republic


26th January is one of the important day in Indian history. It is on this day in 1950, the Indian constitution came into force. This day is celebrated as Republic Day across the country.  It is one of the two most important national festivals along with Independence Day which is being observed on 15th August. Independence Day as the name suggests is the day when India got freedom from British regime and Republic Day is the one which made India to adopt its own constitution.

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Although the history of Indian Constitution goes back. On 26 November 1949, the constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly and came into effect on 26 January 1950. Dr B.R Ambedkar was pioneer in drafting the Indian Constitution and was also the Chairman of Constitution Drafting Committee.  Dr Ambedkar was also the first Law Minister of independent India. His contribution is incomparable.

The President of India hoist the national flag at Rajpath, New Delhi. Every year India is hosting head of state or government of another country as a chief guest in Republic Day celebrations. In 2015 , India hosted Barack Obama, the then US President.  Last year it was French President Francois Hollande. This year UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan will be the chief guest.

I wish all of you a very happy Republic Day. Do good to the nation as people only make or break the country. Contribute to the betterment of the nation so that India should reach new heights in every field. Enjoy, be cheerful and be happy. 🙂 Once again, a very happy Republic Day…

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– Ashish Kumar

…LET’S CELEBRATE THE INDEPENDENCE…


The most important day in Indian history, the day of which every Indians are proud of is 15th August i.e Independence day. It was on this auspicious day in 1947 that India got freedom from British regime which lasted for almost 250 years. This day  finally came after massive protests for several years, so many sacrifices by martyrs. The struggle for independence was a deadly and bloody battle in which so many people sacrificed their lives for the sake of country.  It is the most important national festival of our country. The other being the Republic day which is celebrated on 26th Januray, the day when Constitution of India was adopted in 1950.

This year marks the 68th Independence day. In these 68 years there have been many improvements and achievements and the journey continues and I hope it will continue with more pace.  A country grows and achieves only when its citizens contribute to its development. So it is our duty too to give something to our motherland whom we worship. That contribution can be anything, anything that you think can make a change, can benefit the society. If each of us contribute something then as a whole it leads to massive change, big achievement.

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This day is celebrated across the country. The Prime Minister hoists the national flag at Red Fort(Lal Quila) in New Delhi and addresses the nation. Everyone is having a lot of hope from the current Prime Minister i.e Narendra Modi and we hope that India will reach to new heights. But for this to achieve one has to be a part of the change too. 🙂 The feeling of being Indian is at its peak on this day. People from every background celebrate this festival the way they can and feel proud of being an Indian.

There are many movies which have been made with patriotic flavour. Bollywood have always been very generous in showing as well as growing the feeling of patriotism. The patriotic songs of golden era of Bollywood is truly a gem. So on this holy day I would like to share one of the song which has become immortal. This song is also known as “India’s second National Anthem”. Yes I am talking about “Mere desh ki dharti” from the movie,    Upkar     directed    by Manoj Kumar. Every national festival is incomplete without this song.    Sung by Mahendra Kapoor, written by Gulshan Bawra and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji, this song is still refreshing after 48 years from its release in 1967.

 

So wishing you all a very happy Independence day. Lets enjoy, rejoice and refresh ourself for a better tomorrow, not for ourselves but for our country. Being an Indian is a proud feeling and  it is our duty too to preserve our culture and heritage. We have to carry forward the legacy which have been left behind. When the citizens steps ahead, nation moves forward.     Remember whatever we do, it should be a service to our nation, our motherland as if we would not take care of our mother then who will do it ???

So, let’s celebrate the Independence… Happy Independence day to all of you… 🙂

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 – Ashish kumar