First, I wish you all a very happy Republic Day 26th January is celebrated as Republic Day. It is a day when even a child of the country is filled with joy, pride, and enthusiasm. Because this is the day when everyone can hold his head high dauntlessly. Now everybody knows that he can attain knowledge, live peacefully and be United. No monarchy is present here to misguide and divide people into sections to accomplish their selfish motives.
India had to fight hard to meet this day. This struggle ended in 1947, and India was declared an independent country; that means people were free to elect their leader. Henceforth, a new government led India, but the government also was not allowed to limit the rights and freedom of people.
So to ensure this Democratic Republic was made, That means a system of government of the people for the people and by the people was erected. To exercise this, a constituent assembly was formed to write laws and procedures. This Assembly began to write on 9 December 1946 under the guidance of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.
This is the most significant written constitution in the world. It took two years, 11 months, and 17 days to complete this rule book, so it was ready on 26 November 1949, but due to some reason, it was commenced on 26 January 1950. In this, all religions are given equal importance. India became a secular and democratic country.
Our constitution defines a limit, and freedom for government and people both define right and duties for government and people from then we celebrate this day every year on 26 January. Amar Jyoti is lit on Samar Smarak by Prime Minister National Anthem is sung on this day. This day, the Army of the country shows Parade on the Rajpath, and all the Three Wings of Army offer different programs of their courage and bravery. I am proud to be an Indian. We have had been slaves of foreigners for centuries, so we know the value of independence and the constitution. We all are committed to securing it forever.