Happy Indian Republic Day 2023 Wishes, Quotes, Greetings, HD Images, Messages, Posters, and Drawings

Republic Day is celebrated on the 26th of January every year. The whole country celebrates the day with full enthusiasm and dedication. An amazing parade is conducted at Janpath, New Delhi. Additionally, National flag and Indian Army flag hoisting are done in many parts of India. This is a common practice followed in many governmental as well as non-governmental organizations. Back in 1965, on this day Hindi was declared the official language of India. This year in 2023, India will celebrate its 73rd Republic Day. 

Greet your friends, relatives and loved ones this Indian Republic Day 2023, using these best posters, drawings, wishes, messages, quotes, hd images and greetings.

Best Happy Indian Republic Day 2023 Drawings, Wishes, Posters, Quotes, Greetings, Messages, and HD Images

With a feeling of patriotism in my heart, I wish you and your family a very happy Republic Day 2023.

Indian Republic Day 2023

We shall never forget the freedom struggle of our brave hearts. Happy Re-public Day 2023!

Happy Republic Day 2023 Quotes

A thoughtful mind, when it sees a nation’s flag, sees not the flag, but the nation itself-Henry Ward Beecher

Happy Republic Day 2023 Messages

Freedom is indeed the most expensive as it came after the sacrifices of our freedom fighters, so never take it for granted. Happy Republic Day 2023!

Happy Republic Day 2023 Images

As we celebrate the 72nd Republic Day, let’s promise to protect our nation and its flag. Happy Republic Day 2023!

Let us not forget the rich heritage of our country and feel proud to be a part of this nation. Happy Republic Day 2023!

Significance of Republic Day

After India got its independence from the British Raj, a new constitution was drafted by the committee under the guidance of Dr BR Ambedkar. Later, on 26th January 1950, Indian Constitution came into full effect. This established India as an independent nation. The date 26th was chosen because, in 1930, National Congress declared the Purna Swaraj, the official announcement of India’s independence from British rule.The day signifies the patriotic spirit of every Indian and independent India. One of the vital parts of the festival includes an exhibition of the national flag and military equipment.

After the official celebration such as Beating The Retreat which marks the end of the celebration. Every government place is beautifully decorated with lights and national flag-inspired decor. The decoration will remain from the 26th to the 29th. Then, the Beating the Retreat ceremony is organised on the 29th of January evening i.e 3rd day after Republic Day. A solo performance by the drummer is conducted known as Drummer’s Call. A popular song ‘Saare Jahan Se Achcha’ is played and at 6 pm in the evening, National Flag is lowered with the singing National Anthem. This brings the celebration to an end. 

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