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Republic Day and Independence Day

  • Date Submitted: 06/29/2011 04:51 AM
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Difference between Independence Day at Republic Day??


Well there is a difference. The difference lies in the pattern of celebration of these two national days. On Independence Day, the past is recalled whereas, on Republic Day, teh pledge is renewed. Independence Day has rhetoric built in the celebration, Republic Day is without speeches. It is the only ceremony in which rhetoric is in backgorund and visuals are given more priority.


Now we come to the celebration part of Republic Day. Republic Day is celebrated all over thecountry at all the administrative units like the capital cities, district headquarters, sub divisions, talukas, and panchayats. The major ceremonies are held at Delhi and the state capitals.The celebration moodlast for one whole week. Though the Republic Day Parade is the main celebration followed by homage to Mahatama Gandhi.The celebrations are universal, total and participatory in which children also take part in a big way. Variations in culture are displayed through colourful attires and folk dances. The paradesheld on the day traditionally predominates a touch of modernity reflected in the display of might, technology and capabilities of growth in various sectors. The parades symbolizes the might; the tableaux reflects the cultural motifs.


India got Independence on 15th August 1947 but till then there was no proper laws for ruling the country. On 26th January 1950 the constitution of India came into force and India became true nation with true soverign and republic sense.The man behind drafting the Constituency of India is Dr. BR Ambedhkar.


The question now arise why 26th January .Well on this particular day in 1927, that the Indian National Congress then fighting its non-violent war for freedom, voted for complete independence as against "dominous state". It was the date when memebrs of the INC took the pledge to work towards a "soverign democratic republic" of India.


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