We are all proud citizens of India. 26th January is celebrated as Republic Day in India every year. On this day in 1950, India became a Democratic Republic. Celebrations are held every year on this day throughout the country on 26th January, The Constitution of India came into force and made India a Democratic Republic country. The people of our country rule themselves and all are equal and free. The government is ruled by candidates selected by the people of our country.
The Fundamental Rights and Duties of the people of the Republic in India have been laid down in our constitution. Every citizen of India is equal in the eye of law, and no one is to suffer because of religion, creed, caste, colour or race.
Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the First President of the Indian Republic, had asked us to think more of our duties than of our rights. Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister too, has again given us the same message. The people of India celebrate Republic Day with prided and honour. This is also a day of reunion. The People celebrate this day with their whole family. Republic Day is an official holiday and all the schools and colleges celebrate this day by organizing a little program and finally a parade of all boys and girls. They all march inside the campus of the schools and colleges and feel proud to be an Indian. Many people celebrate this day with their friends and loved ones too.
WE at our kids celebrated Republic Day with a lot of Patriotism and joy. The children were dressed in Tri-colour and wore Nehru caps and also coloured our National Flag learning the correct order of the colours. The School was decorated in Tri-Colour and the students sang “We shall Overcome “and the” National Anthem”