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Republic Day 2022 to be observed on January 26 as 73rd republic day of India. This year, the theme of Republic Day will be ‘India@75’ to honour 75 years of independence of our country. This year the celebration of Republic Day has been started from 23rd January instead of 24th January in the honour of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. There will not be any foreign chief guest this year, however the Government of India had sent invitation to Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan for attending the republic day parade 2022 to be organized in New Delhi.
Republic Day is celebrated in India to commemorate the day the Indian Constitution came into force. The Constitution of India was signed on 26 January 1950 and from that day onward, every year 26 January is celebrated as Republic Day of India.
Celebrations are carried out on this day in form of parade, tableau and beating retreatceremony which lasts for three days. This day is celebrated as national holiday in Indiaand it marks the beginning of a new India that is a true democratic and republic country.
In the year 2022, India will celebrate its 73 Republic Day. Let us know more about this day like Republic Day 2022 Celebration, Republic Day History, etc from this article.
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Holiday on Republic Day 2022
Republic Day is a gazetted holiday in India and all offices and institutions like banks, schools, colleges remain close on this day. Irrespective of the state or region of the country, Republic Day holiday is to be observed every year on 26 of January.
Republic Day History
After India got its independence in 1947, a need was felt for the country to have itsown constitution. A committee was set for drafting a permanent constitution, with Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar as its chairman. The committee prepared a draft constitution and submitted to the Constituent Assembly which adopted the Constitution. After making some modifications, in the draft, the final constitution came into effect on 26th January 1950. On the very day, Dr. Rajendra Prasad began his first term of office as the President of India.