On 71st Republic Day, people have taken to the internet wishing each other on the national festival. Twitterati is sharing quotes and messages with the hashtags #RepublicDayIndia, #RepublicDay2020, #71stRepublicDay, #VandeMataram, #IndianRepublicDay and #JaiHind. The annual observance commemorates the day the Indian constitution was brought into effect. It is a celebration of India's journey to becoming an independent country. Meanwhile, Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has made a sand art at Puri beach on Odisha with 'Happy 71st Republic Day' and 'I love my India' written on it. Republic Day 2020 Date & History: Significance and Celebrations Associated With 71st R-Day of India or Gantantra Diwas on January 26.
Republic Day 2020 will witness varying celebrations across the country. From parades, events and programmes, India observes the national festival with large scale festivities. The day highlights the culture, traditions, customs and varied heritage. Delhi Republic Day parade is one of the prime attractions of the day. Hundreds of people gather together to watch the parade near Red Fort which is attended by President, Prime Minister, dignitaries and other ministers. Meanwhile, Twitter is flooded with Republic Day 2020 wishes, messages and greetings. 12 National Symbols of Incredible India & Their Importance That You Should Know.
Check Out Republic Day 2020 Wishes, Messages And Greetings Below:
— Madhur Verma (@IPSMadhurVerma) January 26, 2020
Happy Republic Day!
Let us take a pledge that we would not let the efforts of our brave freedom fighters go in vain.
We would strive to make our country the best in the world; let’s remove hatred & make India a better place for everyone. Happy Republic Day 2020!
Jai Hind 🙏 #RepublicDay2020 pic.twitter.com/d0MLPQOQiz
— Robert Vadra (@irobertvadra) January 26, 2020
Sudarsan Pattnaik Sand Art Wishing 'Happy Republic Day':
— Sudarsan Pattnaik (@sudarsansand) January 26, 2020
Happy 71st Republic Day!
This #71stRepublicDay, let us all come together and celebrate the spirit of this great nation. Maharashtra Tourism wishes everyone a #HappyRepublicDay. #HappyRepublicDay2020 #RepublicDay #MaharashtraTourism #MaharashtraUnlimited pic.twitter.com/dhNJ49jVet
— Maharashtra Tourism (@maha_tourism) January 26, 2020
Let's Celebrate Democracy!
Wo tumhe Hindu Musalmaan me baatenge,
Tum BHARTIYE 🇮🇳 hone par adey rehna!
— Monis Khan (@kha_nMonis) January 26, 2020
Happy Republic Day 2020!
Saluting India! Where each bud blooms in its true colours, where each day is a celebration of unity, harmony and synthesis. Happy Republic Day.#HappyRepublicDay #RepublicDay #RepublicDay2020 #India #Proud #71stRepublicDay @NCPspeaks pic.twitter.com/ZO4Z3ZPX4G
— Nawab Malik نواب ملک नवाब मलिक (@nawabmalikncp) January 25, 2020
Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel celebrated #RepublicDay2020, unfurling the National flag at 17,000 feet in snow today amid temperatures as low as minus 20°C.
Watch 'Himveers' chant 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and 'Vande Mataram'. pic.twitter.com/GiKF7eHBF8
— Prasar Bharati News Services (@PBNS_India) January 26, 2020
Come Together on Republic Day!
Let us all strive to lift our Beloved Republic beyond distinctions of caste, creed, race, or religion. Let us create a Bharat all of us will be proud of. Bharat should be in our breath. #SadhguruQuotes #RepublicDayIndia #RepublicDay2020 pic.twitter.com/yXx0w8Yz3m
— Sadhguru (@SadhguruJV) January 26, 2020
Although India got its independence from the British Rule on August 15, 1947, the country became a republic on January 26, 1950. Republic Day also marks the time which provides rights to their citizens. Happy Republic Day to all Indians!