Republic Day Parade: Republic Day is celebrated every year in India with full enthusiasm and enthusiasm. Like every year, this year too, on the occasion of Republic Day on 26 January, a grand parade will be seen on Delhi’s Duty Path (Rajpath). During this parade, beautiful and mind-blowing tableaux of many states and union territories including Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Ladakh, Jammu-Kashmir, Gujarat, West Bengal, Assam will entice the audience. This time the theme of more tableaux is based on ‘Women Power’.
According to the Defense Ministry, on January 26, 23 tableaux showing India’s vibrant cultural and historical heritage, economic and social progress will participate in the parade. Out of all these tableaux, 17 tableaux will be from different states and union territories. While 6 tableaux of different ministries and departments will be seen. According to the report of the news agency PTI, the officials of the Ministry of Defense informed that two tableaux of the Ministry of Home Affairs will be displayed. There will be one tableau each of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) and the Central Armed Police Force (CAPF).
The tableau of the Ministry of Railways will not be seen this time
Apart from this, one tableau each from Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Culture will mesmerize the people coming on the duty path. The tableau of the Central Public Works Department will also be seen on the duty path, which comes under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs. However, you will not get to see the tableau of the Ministry of Railways in this year’s Republic Day parade.
Durga Puja of Kolkata in Jhanki
Talking about West Bengal, Durga Puja of Kolkata will be shown in the tableau of this state. There will also be a celebration of being included in the list of UNESCO’s cultural heritage. Please tell that UNESCO has given Durga Puja the status of cultural heritage. At the same time, Assam’s tableau will show the pride of its cultural places including the legendary Ahom commander Lachit Borphukan and the famous Kamakhya temple. It is being said that International Gita Festival has been kept as the theme of Haryana’s tableau for this year’s Republic Day Parade. It will include a ‘Viraat Pratima’ of Lord Shri Krishna as described in the Bhagavad Gita.