Republic Day 2024: This Republic Day in India is anticipated to be even more exciting, and will showcase India in all its glory with a great lot of pomp and grandeur spread across different parts of the nation. On this day in 1950, the Constitution of India was adopted by the Constituent Assembly.
The 75th Republic Day, the parade will have an all-women contingents from the defence forces, showcasing women’s empowerment. The parade will also feature diverse state and Union Territory tableaux, depicting their culture, history, and achievements. The event will conclude with a spectacular flypast by the Indian Air Force, displaying the latest fighter jets and helicopters.
The Republic Day 2024 Parade which draws spectators from all over the country. If you look forward to see the grandeur of the Republic Day Parade 2024, here is a comprehensive guide on how to purchase tickets.
Republic Day 2024: How to Buy Parade Tickets Online
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As a traditional custom each year, a Prime Minister or a President or a ruler of a nation is invited as the Chief Guest to witness the Republic Day parade. This year, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the President of Egypt is the Chief Guest on Republic Day.
The preparations for the Republic Day 2024 parade began in July, a year before. The participants are formally informed of their participation. On the day of the parade, they arrive on the venue by 3 AM. By then, they would have practiced for about 600 hours.
The gun salute firing matches the timing of the National anthem. The first gunshot is fired at the start of the anthem and the next one is fired after 52 seconds. The cannons from which the shots are made were made in 1941 and are involved in all formal programmes of the army.
This year, states and Union territories and nine ministries and departments have been selected to showcase their tableaux. The states and Union territories include Arunachal Pradesh, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, Meghalaya, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand.
Every year, Republic Day serves as a reminder of the values and ethics that we should follow from the Constitution of India and remember the freedom fighters of the country to whom we owe this independence.