Republic Day Speech 2020 in English, Telugu For Kids, School Students, Teachers

The historic moment, that changed the Government of India Act as the governing law and regulation of India, thereby started a democratic government system. The day was selected because it was also when the Declaration of Indian Independence “Purna Swaraj” was declared in 1930 by the Indian National Congress. Large military parades from the Indian Army, Air Force and Navy, traditional dance groups taking part in it, which are held at Rajkot, New Delhi. The event will be closely observed by the whole world and people are extending their respect to the freedom fighter. Republic Day is a national holiday in India. Government officials, PM and the Chief Ministers of the state has done flag hosting to honor the Country and the constitution makers.

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.

Republic Day – January 26, 1950

It was on this day that the Constitution of India came into force. Prior to this, India was governed by the Government of India Act, 1935. The Constitution was adopted by the Indian Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949 and came into force on January 26, 1950.

 Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was the Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee that wrote the Constitution of India.

 Did you know that the Republic Day parade as we see it today, was first organized in 1955 and held at Rajpath for the first time. From 1950 to 1954, the Republic Day celebrations were organised at different places like Red Fort, Ramlila Grounds, Kingsway Camp and Irwin Stadium.

Dr Rajendra Prasad was the first President of India and also the first President to unfurl the Indian tricolour at the Republic Day Parade at Rajpath on January 26, 1950. This was the same year when the President’s House was renamed as Rashtrapati Bhavan.

In 2020, India will be celebrating its 71st Republic Day.

President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil shall be the Chief Guest of Honour at the 71st Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi.

Why it is important to be a republic

“A very good morning to our respected Principal Sir/Madam, respected teachers, and all of my classmates. First of all, I would like to thanks my class-teacher who gave me this opportunity to recite some of my thoughts on the 69th Republic Day of India. The Republic day is one of the most patriotic days for all the Indian citizens since on this day India was declared secular, sovereign and a democratic country. But what does republic actually mean?

It means that all the decisions are made by the representatives who were elected by the citizens of the nation, instead of elected by a hereditary monarchy. The decisions are in accordance with the laws of the constitution, declared on the day when the country became republic. 

But why it is important that a country should be a republic? It matters because it impacts the political culture, helps in balancing the power among government, parliament and the ordinary people. Ordinary citizens would be able to participate in the process of choosing the head of states and the country.

Along with that, all citizens enjoy the fundamental rights such as right to equality, right to freedom, right to freedom of religion, cultural and education right, right to privacy, right to constitutional remedies and right against exploitation.

All these rights not only render protection to common people but also prevent the human rights and make the life of the people peaceful and harmonious.

I hope this information was enlightening and empowers you to be proud of being an Indian. Finally, i would like to wish you all very Happy Republic Day. Jai Hind Jai Bharat”

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