On the occasion of 26 January, i.e., Republic Day of India, we have curated a bunch of images, wallpapers and pictures to evoke a sense of pride and patriotism. This year (2020) marks the 71st cycle of Indian Republic. Every year, it is celebrated with great fervor and gaiety. With technology, the old/traditional handmade cards have diminished. Sending SMS or text messages have become the fastest and easiest way to wish and greet closed ones on important dates. (Read: Happy Republic Day Quotes.)
Like every year, this time also, India will showcase its military power and cultural strength in the iconic Republic day parade which takes place at Rajpath. It comprises of parades from all the states, armed forces, paramilitary forces, and the central agencies. All come prepared to cherish people and the celebrations. Here, we have some Republic day pictures to be shared on Whatsapp and Facebook.
As usual, the President of India, this time Ram Nath Kovind, will take the salute being the head of the Indian states from the contingents of police and armed forces at the India Gate in New Delhi. The Chief Guest for the occasion changes every year. This time, the President of South Africa – Cyril Ramaphosa will grace the occasion.
The celebrations take place throughout the country in every nook and corner. The passionate greetings of patriotism are spread nationwide. One of those ways is to sharing republic day pictures and wishes with your near and dear ones. The new entrant in the line is Whatsapp Stickers. However, you can also share your enthusiasm with video message and status updates.
Republic day is one of those holidays which binds the whole country together. You can also share the inspirational quotes on republic day to give someone hope, spread peace, joy and the spirit of patriotism. On this very day in 1950, the Constitution of India came into effect which became the foundation of the laws of the country.
This day signifies that India is an independent republic, and everything and everyone is bound and under the Constitution. The parade shows the unity in the diversity of India’s rich cultural heritage.