India became a democratic and republic country on January 26, 1950, after almost 28 months of independence. The Constitution came into force on this day in the country. This constitution was made by the Indians for the people of India. Before the Government of India Act (which was passed in August 1935) was applicable, India got independence from British rule in 1947. But on 26th January, India is known for becoming an independent democratic republic. Indian Constitution was accepted by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949. But on January 26, 1950, India became a democratic country after the constitution was introduced. Since 1950, January 26 has become the national festival of India.
January 26 is a glorious day for India. There are special events throughout the country on this day. There is a program to hoist the national flag in schools, offices and all major places. School children participate in the parade of country’s capital. There are cultural activities like folk dance, national anthem and various types of other programs.
Our country will celebrate its 69th Republic Day on this January 26, 2018. Here we have the collections of Republic Day Images, Greetings, Wallpapers for WhatsApp and Facebook Pictures, showing patriotism to the country.
Whatsapp and Facebook Images, Greetings and Wallpapers for Republic Day
Let’s Include A Sense of Pride and Honors in Your Children by Celebrating Republic Day in True Sence. Happy Republic Day To All Indians…
Nafrat buri hai na Palo Isse, dillo me khalish hai Nikalo Isse, Na tera… Na mera… Na Iska… Na Uska, Ye sbka vatan hai Sambhalo Isse. Happy Republic Day.
Freedom in Our Mind, Faith in the words, Pride in our soul, Salute to India, Vande Mataram.
Happy Republic Day.
Our National Flag Stands out for:
The Safron – Strength and Courage
The White – Peace and Truth
The Green – Fertility, Growth and Auspiciousness
Happy Republic Day
I Love My India, Insaaf ki Dagar Pe, Bachho Dikhao Chal ke, Ye desh hai Tumhara, Neta tum hi ho kal ke.
Happy Republic Day 2018
Sare Jahan se Acha Hindusitan hmara. Happy Republic Day.