The Indian Republic Day is celebrated on January 26 each year to commemorate the birth of the Republic. One of the highlights of the festival is the grand parade and celebrations aiming to bring together all the diversity of its various regions to form one colourful collage that represents the true spirit of the state. The parade is broadcast across the state on radio and television and serves as one of the biggest attractions of the day.
The Republic Day is a celebration in vogue in many states in which we celebrate the institution of the Republican, usually to coincide with an important date as the date of foundation, constitution or liberation. In January of 1950 for the first time in Rajpath, New Delhi hosted the military review in honor of the Republic.
The ceremony involves the laying of a wreath to the Unknown Soldier at the Altar of the Amar Jawan Jyoti at the India Gate and a military parade in the presence of the highest offices of state.
At the military parade and during the deposition of the laurel wreath at the unknown soldier, taking part in all the Armed Forces, all the police forces of the Republic and the National Body of Fire Brigades. They take part in the military parade of some military delegations and representatives of departments.
The ceremony continues in the Beating Retreat ceremony, with musical performances by the complex bands of Indian Army, the Indian Navy, Indian Air Force.