Any nation can progress only if law of the land is in hands of its own people, that is if the people get to choose their representatives and have the power to peacefully overthrow those who do not perform well. People should also enjoy basic fundamental rights, such as- the right to freedom of speech, right to equality, right against exploitation, right to freedom of religion, etc. In a democratic set up these rights are enshrined in the Constitution. India too has a written Constitution, in which all the rights enjoyed by its citizens and powers of the legislative, executive, and judiciary are provided and explained. It is to commemorate the inception of “The Constitution of India” that we celebrate Republic Day on January 26.
10 Lines on Republic Day 2021 – What’s new and special?- Set 1
1) We will be celebrating 72nd Republic Day on 26th January 2021.
2) Flight Lieutenant Bhawana Kanth will be the first woman fighter pilot in the Republic Day parade.
3) The newly inducted Rafale fighter aircraft will feature in the Republic Day parade for the first time.
4) This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we won’t be having any foreign dignitary as the chief guest.
5) Social distancing will be enforced during the parade and events.
6) This year, the march will terminate at National Stadium, instead of Red Fort, as always.
7) For the first time in three years, a tableau proposed by the Government of Delhi, depicting redevelopment of Chandni Chowk, will be a part of the procession.
8) The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, was invited as the chief guest but the invite was cancelled due to Covid outbreak in Britain.
9) Only 26 cadets from Andhra Pradesh will be present due to the enforced social distancing norms.
10) This Republic Day, there will be no Beating Retreat ceremony at the Wagah-Attari border.
10 Lines on Republic Day of India in English for Class 4 – Set 2
1) Republic Day of India is celebrated on 26th January.
2) The day commemorates the Constitution of India which came into effect from 26th January 1950.
3) The Constitution was adopted by the constituent Assembly on 26th November 1949 but came into effect from 26th January 1950.
4) Mark India’s transition from colonial governed towards a democratic republic.
5) Constitution drafting committee was formed on 29th August 1947 under the Chairmanship of B.R. Ambedkar.
6) Drafting committee presented the draft constitution to its President, Dr Rajendra Prasad on 26th November 1949.
7) On 26th January 1930 the declaration of India independence was proclaimed by Indian National Congress.
8) Republic Day is observed as a National holiday in India.
9) Celebrated grandly in Delhi and all over India.
10) The presence of all the government Employees is mandatory for flag hoisting.
Set 3 –
1) Republic day is a national festival celebrated on 26th January.
2) The constitution of India became effective on this day in 1950.
3) Republic Day is observed as a national holiday in India.
4) On Republic Day in 1950, the Constitution of India replaced the Government of India Act 1935.
5) We must attend all school events on the Republic Day.
6) It is mandatory to attend flag hosting and sing national anthem.
7) Sweets are distributed in schools on Republic Day.
8) School bands play to the tune of national anthem with pride.
9) Celebrating Republic Day is a matter of honor and National pride.
10) We all must celebrate Republic Day with brotherhood and harmony.
Republic Day is celebrated to commemorate the inception of “Constitution of India” and country’s transition towards becoming a democratic republic. It reminds us of the need for self rule or Swaraj and the ordeal our freedom fighters have gone through for attaining it.
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