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India celebrates Republic Day on 26th January 1950. On this day the Constitution of India made by Dr B.R Ambedkar, also known as ‘Chief Architect of The Constitution came into force. On this day, India was declared as a sovereign, socialist and democratic republic, which meant no other power would rule over India.
The president of India hoists the Indian flag at Rajpath, Delhi. A parade is held from the India Gate. Schools and other educational institutions celebrate Republic Day by hoisting the flag and singing the National Anthem. Often the cultural program is arranged on this day to portray ‘unity in diversity’ throughout the nation.Republic Day has great significance in history as it tells the story of the struggle of independence by the people. On this day, all citizens of India take an oath to maintain harmony and peace in their country and protect the Constitution of India.