Republic Day is the biggest and most important day of the year for India. The Constitution of India was announced on January 26, 1950, as the date when the new nation came into effect. This document replaced the Government of India Act as the governing document and thus, became a part of Indian society.
It celebrates freedom of speech, democracy, and human rights. On this day, we are reminded that these values are worth fighting for. Here are some republic day quotes, wishes and status in Assamese you can share and show your support.
Republic Day Wishes, Quotes, Status in Assamese
সমুহ ভাৰতবাসী ৰাইজলৈ গণতন্ত্ৰ দিৱসৰ আন্তৰিক শুভেচ্ছা জ্ঞাপন কৰিলো
আপোনাক আৰু আপোনাৰ পৰিয়ালৰ সমুহ সদস্যলৈ গণতন্ত্ৰ দিৱসৰ শুভেচ্ছা জ্ঞাপন কৰিলো।
গণতন্ত্ৰ দিৱসৰ শুভেচ্ছা জ্ঞাপন কৰিলো।
Republic Day Images in Assamese
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Republic Day WhatsApp Status Images in Assamese
The 26th of January is the Republic Day of India. It marks the date in 1950 on which, under the leadership of B.R. Ambedkar, the Constitution Assembly gave its assent to a draft constitution and adopted it by a vote.
The 26th of January is a day when all Indians celebrate their National identity and reflect on what it means to be a citizen of India. It’s a day when everyone from the Prime Minister, to leaders of opposition parties, government officials, judges and judges pay tribute to our constitution for it is on this day that we celebrate the adoption of our constitution.
The following are quotes by politicians regarding Indian Republic Days:
1) “On 26th of January 1950, we resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign Democratic Republic. The Constitution which stands today as a Magna Carta for the Poor, is a social charter and a code of conduct guide for all democratic institutions. It is the foundation of our future”
2) “The most important significance of 26th of January being chosen as Independence Day was that it came to be accepted as a day of special importance and significance in the lives and hearts and minds and activity and awareness of all Indians”
3) “In recent years, we have been paying our last respect to the Father of the Nation on his January 30 birthday. I submit that no other nation or organization has this privilege … We have all the more reasons to celebrate the 26th of January in a befitting manner”
4) “The 26th of January is a day when we, as citizens of India, rejoice with pride at the wonderful achievement which has been ours since 1950 when our country became a sovereign republic. We know, however, that this is not enough. Our problems are so many and so great that we have to work very hard”
5) “The Indian nation has been built up through a long struggle for freedom. In this light, the events of 26th of January 1950 assume an even greater significance. The people of India have now not only made their own future secure, but are also marching forward towards the future”
6) “We have to work very hard for our objective of achieving a developed, self-reliant and prosperous nation with social and economic equality. And we shall make progress in this direction on the basis of spiritualism; it is certain that the 26th of January 1950 will be written in golden letters in India.