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Republic Day Speech 2021 for Students (26th January) – Read Here in English

 

Speech On Republic Day For Children

 Good morning to all. My name is ________ I am studying in class _____ As we all know that we have gathered here on the very special occasion of our nation called as Republic day of India. I would like to give a speech on republic day in front of you.

I am excited to say something about our country on this big occasion of Republic day. Republic day is celebrated on 26th January from 1950. Today we all are here to celebrate 71st  republic day of our nation. India got independence since the 15th of August 1947, which is celebrated as independence day. And on 26th January 1950, the constitution of India came into force, so we celebrate this day as republic day of India.

Republic means the supreme power of the people living in the country and the only public has the right to elect their representatives as a political leader to lead the country in the right direction. So, India is a republic country where we people elect our leaders as a president, prime minister, etc. Our great Indian freedom fighters have struggled a lot to get our freedom back. They have struggled so that their future generations may live without struggle and led the country ahead.

How We Celebrate This Day

On this day, before starting the celebration, our chief guest of the republic day hoists the national flag of India. Then we all stand up to salute our national flag and sing our national anthem which is written by a great poet Rabindranath Tagore.

As we celebrate republic day on 26th January as the Indian constitution came into force on this day in 1950. On Republic day there is a big arrangement that takes place by the government of India in New Delhi at Rajpath in front of the India gate. Every year the prime minister of India is a chief guest for hoisting the Indian flag at Rajpath.

The army, military, and all the forces take part in the parade to show the culture and tradition of India. We also invite a chief guest from another country. This shows our tradition of “Atithi Devo Bhava.” President of India, who is the commander in chief of Indian Armed Forces. The prime minister of India gives a floral tribute to the sacrificed Indian soldiers at the Amar Javan Jyoti, India gate.

History of INDIA

The name of our great freedom fighters and Indian Leaders are Mahatma Gandhi,  Bhagat Singh, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Lala Lajpat Rai, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Lal Bahadur Shastri, etc. They fought for our country against the British Rule to make India a free country.

No one can never forget their sacrifices for the country. On these great occasions, we always remember them and salute them. We got this freedom because of them; now we can think from our minds and live freely in our nation without anyone’s force.

India’s first president was Dr. Rajendra Prasad who said that “we find the whole vast land brought together under the jurisdiction of one constitution and one union which takes over responsibility for the welfare of more than 320 million men and women inhabit it”. How shame to say that, still we are fighting with crime, corruption, and violence.

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 the law, and no one has to suffer because of religion, creed, caste, color or race.

Thank you. JAI HIND JAI BHARAT.

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  3. Neeraj Shukla says:

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  5. Shankar Singh says:

    26 January speech

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