Itni si baat hawao ko bataye rakhna,
roshni hogi chirago ko jalaye rakhna,
Lahu dekar ki hai jiski ifazat hamne,
aise tirange ko sada apne dil me basaye rakhna…
Yein Kisney Kokhen Leel Dee Hamari Maon Kee
Kyon Bhagat Singh Jaisa Koi Paida Hota Nahin
Itni si baat hawao ko bataye rakhna,
Ye ek din ki vatanparasti mujh se nhi hoti, in khokle msges ka exchange deshbhakti nhi hoti. Happy Republic Day
SABHI BHARAT VASION KO
MERI DUA HAI MERE DESH PER KISI KI NAZAR NA LAGE,AESE HI FULON KI TARAH MAHEKTA RAHE
Azad BHAARAT ke Nalayako,
Aaj agar Valentine day hota to message box overflow hota.
Or sab ko 26 Jan ki Shubhkamnaye do.
HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY.
Q marte ho yaro snam ke liye,
N degi duppta kfan k liye,
Mrna h to maro "VATAN" k liye, "TIRANGA" TO mile ga kfan ke liye .
Happy Republic day..
Main iska Hanuman hoon
Ye desh mera RAM hai,
Chhati chir ke dekh lo
Andar baitha HINDUSTAN hai.
Happy Republic Day
Aao jhuk kar salam kare unko, jinke hisse me ye mukam aata hai, khusnasib hota hai wo khoon jo desh ke kaam aata hai, “HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY”
26th January 1950 is one of the most important days in Indian history as it was on this day the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign state. In this day India became a totally republican unit. The country finally realized the dream of Mahatma Gandhi and the numerous freedom fighters who, fought for and sacrificed their lives for the Independence of their country. So, the 26th of January was decreed a national holiday and has been recognized and celebrated as the Republic Day of India, ever since.
Although India obtained its independence on August 15, 1947, the Constitution of India came into effect only on January 26, 1950. During the transition period from 1947 to 1950, King George VI was the head of state. Lord Mountbatten and C. Rajagopalachari served as the Governors-General of India during this period. Following January 26, 1950, Rajendra Prasad was elected as the first president of India.
there is a dreamtime,
a land of fish and stars-
it is for these
that we have come
to live on the eatth.
January 26 was not some random date picked out of the calendar. It was on this date in 1927, that the Indian National Congress, then fighting its non-violent war for freedom, voted for complete independence as against ‘dominion status’. It was the date when members of the INC took the pledge to work towards a ‘sovereign democratic republic’ of India.
Republic Day is the name of a public holiday in several countries to commemorate the day when they first became republics. Some of these are former Commonwealth realms, in which the British monarch was head of state until the change of status.Although India obtained its independence on August 15, 1947, the Constitution of India came into effect only on January 26, 1950. During the transition period from 1947 to 1950, King George VI was the head of state. Lord Mountbatten and C. Rajagopalachari served as the Governors-General of India during this period. Following January 26, 1950, Rajendra Prasad was elected as the first president of India.
The Constitution of India was formally adopted by the Parliament, and India declared itself as a “Republic” on January 26, 1950, a date thereafter celebrated annually as Republic Day in India. The Constitution had been prepared by the Constituent Assembly which was set up upon India gaining its independence from the British in 1947. This, in fact, was a deliberate act: the 26th of January was initially India’s “Independence Day”, one of Mahatma Gandhi’s many symbolic acts during India’s Freedom Struggle against the British colonial rule, and the adoption of the Constitution on this date was felt able to strengthen its initial meaning, one calling for Indians of all ages to declare their freedom from the British Raj.
It is one of three annual national holidays in India, the other two being the nation’s Independence Day on August 15 (since 1947) and the birthday of Mohandas K Gandhi or Mahatma Gandhi on October 2. And so, after the disposal of the Empire of India; King George VI was the last and only “King” of the modern India..