Republic Day 2024:
India is celebrating its 75th Republic Day on January 26, 2024. This year, French President Emmanuel Macron is the chief guest.
President Draupadi Murmu hoisted the national flag at 8 am. The theme of this year’s Republic Day is ‘Vikshit Bharat’ and ‘Loktantra Ki Matrika’.
The Republic Day parade of 2024 started at 10:30 am (IST) from Vijay Chowk in New Delhi., via Vijay Chowk to Duty Path. The parade started from Rashtrapati Bhavan and went up to Rajpath.
He was one of the chief guests from the general public of India. The parade was a gathering of several states that caught everyone’s attention.
Republic Day 2024 : Republic Day 2024 Parade at Duty Path started with music.
This is the first time that more than 100 women artistes have started the parade by playing Indian instruments. The parade started with music like Sankh, Nadaswaram, Nagada etc. by these artists.
Tableau of Gujarat
The Republic Day parade showcased the theme of ‘Dhordo: Global Icons of Gujarat’s tourism development’.This zockie was also very beautiful.
Located in Kutch district of Gujarat on the western tip of India, Dhordo, a small village, has become synonymous with its rich cultural heritage. This border village is known as the gateway to the picturesque White Desert. Traditional crafts, folk music and the annual Rann festival are celebrated.
Dhordo has now been awarded the prestigious title of “Best Tourism Village” by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). The introduction sets the stage for the theme of the Gujarat state’s tableau: ‘Dhordo: A global symbol of Gujarat’s border tourism.’ It is.
Tableau of Uttar Pradesh
The theme of the tableau is based on ‘Ayodhya: Developed India-Samrudh Heritage’. The next part of the tableau symbolizes the pranpratishtha ceremony of Ram Lalla, the Ram Lalla temple and the childhood form of Ram Lalla.
Tableau of Chhattisgarh
It showcased the 600-year-old tribal tradition of community decision-making in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh state. The tableau reflected the democratic consciousness and traditional democratic values of the tribal society since ancient times. In the tableau, the ancient tribal form of parliament in Bastar is known as “Muria Darbar”.The tradition of Muria Darbar is more than 600 years old and is an important part of the famous “Bastar Dussehra”.
Tableau of Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu’s tableau highlighted the historical significance of the Kudavolai electoral system, which emerged in the Chola era of the 10th century and took a step towards democracy. A representative was elected to run the administration of the village, giving the empire the voice of the collective will of the people. Historical evidence of this system is documented in the Uthiramerur inscriptions located in Kanchipuram district.
Tableau of Manipur.
Manipur’s jhanki showcased her Ima Kithel, also known as “Mother’s Market”, at the 75th Republic Day parade here on Friday.
500-year-old Emma Keithel, the world’s only market run entirely by women, serves as an excellent example of “nari shakti.”
Tableau of Arunachal Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh’s Jhanki Singchung Bugun Village Community Reserve showcases the state’s biodiversity hotspot.
Tableau of Madhya Pradesh
At the Republic Day parade on Friday, a tableau from Madhya Pradesh depicted the self-reliant and progressive women of the state.
Tableau of Haryana
The theme of this year’s tableau is ‘Mera Parivar-Meri Pata’ – a programme of the Haryana government. The tableau was created as a traditional symbol of empowerment of Haryanvi women.
This year’s highlights include the women’s triangular service group parade, the French contingent participating in the R-Day parade, six Indians participating in the French armed forces in the Republic Day parade, AI to take a place in the parade, ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3.