{Republic Day} 26 January Speech in English for Students, Teachers – 2019

Long Speech on Republic Day [2019]

 

Republic Day Speech In English (1)

{26 January Day Speech for Students}

Greetings to all. My name is…….. I read in class……. As we all know that we have gathered here on the very special occasion of our nation called as Republic Day of India. I would like to narrate a Republic Day speech in front of you.

India is a self-governing country since 15th of August 1947. India got Independence from the British rule on 15th of August in 1947 which we celebrate as Independence Day. However, on 26th of January since 1950 we celebrate as Republic Day. The Constitution of India came into force on 26th of January in 1950, so we celebrate this day as the Republic Day every year. This year in 2019, we are celebrating 70th Republic Day of India.

Republic means the supreme power of the people living in the country and only public has rights to elect their representatives as political leader to lead the country in right direction. So, India is a Republic country where public elects its leaders as a president, prime minister, etc. Our Great Indian Freedom Fighters have struggled a lot to the “Purna Swaraj” in India. They did so that their future generations may live without struggle and led country ahead.

The name of our great Indian leaders and freedom fighters are Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Chandra Shekhar Ajad, Lala Lajpat Rai, Saradar Ballabh Bhai Patel, Lal Bahadur Shastri, etc. They fought continuously against the British Rule to make India a free country. It has become possible just because of them that we can think from our own mind and live freely in our nation without anyone’s force.

Our first Indian president was Dr. Rajendra Prasad who said that “we find the whole of this vast land brought together under the jurisdiction of one constitution and one union which takes over responsibility for the welfare of more than 320 million men and women inhabit it”. We should be aware of our social issues like poverty, unemployment, literacy, global warming, inequality, etc in order to solve them to go ahead.

Dr. Abdul Kalam has said that “if a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher”. As a citizen of the country, we should think seriously about it and do all possible efforts to lead our nation.

Thanks, Jai Hind!.

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Republic Day Speech In English (2)

{26 January Day Speech for Students}

 

Greetings of the day !

To respected principal, sir and madam. As we all know that we are here to celebrate 70th Republic Day of our nation. This is a very auspicious occasion for all of us. Since 1950, we are celebrating Republic Day every year with lots of joy and happiness. Before starting the celebration, our chief guest of the Republic Day hoists the National Flag of India. Then we all stand up and sing our Indian national anthem which is a symbol unity and peace in India. Our National Anthem is written by the great poet Rabindranath Tagore.

Our national flag has three colors and a wheel in the center with 24 equal sticks. All the three colors of our Indian National Flag have some meaning. Top saffron color of our flag denotes the strength and courage of our country. The middle white color indicates peace however lower green color indicates the growth and prosperity. There is a navy blue wheel in the center having 24 equal spokes indicating Dharma Chakra of the great king Ashoka.

We celebrate Republic Day on 26th January as the Indian Constitution came into force at this day in 1950. At Republic Day celebration, a big arrangement takes place by the government of India in New Delhi at Rajpath in front of the India Gate. Every year, a chief guest (prime minister of other country) is invited to fulfill the purpose of saying “Atithi Devo Bhava” as well as enhance the glory of the occasion. Indian army do Republic Day parade and take salute of the National Flag. There is also a big exhibition of the Indian culture and tradition takes place by the different Indian states to show the Unity in Diversity in India.

India is a democratic country where public is authorized to elect its leaders to lead the country. Dr. Rajendra Prasad was our first president of India. Since we got independence from the British rule in 1947, our country has developed a lot and counted among the powerful countries. Together with some developments, some drawbacks have also arisen such inequality, poverty, unemployment, corruption, literacy, etc. we need to take a pledge today for solving such problems in the society to make our country a best country of the world. Republic day celebration is a huge national event celebration in India especially for students in the schools, colleges and other educational institutions.

Jai Hind!

 


Republic Day Speech In English (3)

 

{ Republic Day Speech For Teachers }

Greetings of the day !

The honorable president, guest in chief, the principal, my fellow teachers and my dear students, I feel honored to be asked to deliver a republic day speech. For teachers, this day holds special significance and responsibilities, since the man behind our constitution, Baba Saheb, B R Ambedkar, was himself a professor of political economy in the Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics in Mumbai. As we all know, on the auspicious day in the year 1950, we the people of India gave ourselves our constitution, thereby becoming the citizens of a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic.

I hope that on this day, as on every Republic Day, teachers should take up the vow to lead the country to the fulfillment of our goals by inspiring the studentship to live up to these motto’s. Hence, in my brief Republic Day speech here, I would like to take the opportunity to discuss these qualities proclaimed in the preamble to our constitution, offer a critique of what has been achieved, and what is still to be done ahead us as a nation.

Sovereignty means supreme power or authority. We take great pride in saying that we have truly achieved it, and it is our duty to protect and maintain the same. Sovereignty is where your domestic matters are not directed by any other authorities. Thus, our goal of achieving economic independence will protect us from international inflation, and give us a steady economy.

Socialism aims at equal distribution of wealth among all. As the world is moving towards globalization and capitalism increasingly, it is not possible to revert to theoretical socialism and equality in contrary to natural forces. However, to reduced the margin between the rich and the poor, and to average the per capital income of the country, the state should take up more and more welfare schemes for the underprivileged. It is our social and moral duty to consider every unfortunate person as your own family members, and extend your helping hands.

Secularism is equal rights for all religions. We should learn to respect all other religions and stop pampering any particular religious community and be constitutionally equal.

Last but not the least, we should take forward the status of a republic in true sense in participating in for the nation’s cause. I thank you all for attending this ceremony and listening to my Republic Day speech. For teachers, nothing is more pleasant to see promises of vigor and vitality in the face of young students and I earnestly hope that you would all be great citizens of India.

Jai Hind!

 


 

Republic Day Speech In English (4)

 

{ Republic Day Speech For Teachers }

Good morning to the honorable chief guest of the day, respected principal, teachers, parents and all my dear friends. This time we are celebrating 70th Republic Day of India and that is we are all gathered here. Today I am going to speak few words about republic day which is a very special day for all Indian citizens and wish to all of you a very republic day.

India celebrates the republic day every year on the 26th of January from 1950 because at this day India was declared as the republic country as well as constitution of India came into force after independence of long years of struggle. 15th of August in 1947 and two and a half years later it became a democratic republic. Republic Day in India has a great importance in the history as it tells us all about each and every struggle of Indian freedom fighter.

Republic means the supreme power of the people living in the country and only public has rights to elect their representatives as political leader to lead the country in right direction. Our great freedom fighters have struggled a lot to the “puma swam” in India. We can never forget their sacrifices towards our country. They did so that their future generations may live without struggle and led country ahead. We should remember them on such great occasions and salute them. It has become possible just because of them that we can think from our own mind and live freely in our nation without anyone’s force.

There is also a big exhibition of the Indian culture and tradition takes place by the different Indian states to show the ‘Unity in Diversity’ in India. On the event of Republic Day, the flag hoisting, various cultural activities take place. In this country of democrats people are having the freedom to express their views about the country, development and other things.

Before ending this speech I would like to thank you all for giving me a chance to express my feelings about republic day and I am proud to be an Indian where we have all type of independence.

Jai Hind !


Republic Day Speech In English (5)

{ Republic Day Speech For Principal }

Greetings of the day !

Esteemed teachers and my dear students, today we all have gathered here to celebrate our 70th Republic Day. On this auspicious occasion I extend my heartiest greetings and good wishes to you all. We need to be grateful to founding fathers who formulated and drafted an exemplary constitution of India that has steered India towards progress and development. Due to the untiring efforts of the great leaders, freedom fighters of our nation under oppressive conditions, we all are fortunate of being born in independent India. Now we are the citizens of this great nation and your children as the future citizens of the Country.

On this auspicious occasion let us know some interesting facts about our National Tricolor Flag. Early in the 20th century, the Indian National Congress under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, a man named Raghupati Venkayya designed the flag with saffron and green stripes which represents the unity of Hindu and Muslim of our country and a navy blue wheel with 24 spokes at the center that was adopted from the Ashoka Chakra that symbolizes our desire for self-reliance. The white band at the center represents various other communities of our nation. Thus our National Tricolor Flag was adopted which symbolizes the strong unity among various communities of the nation.

Now as the future citizens of our Country, you all need to strive for a fully developed nation of ours and put your efforts in achieving the same. Remember that we need to take the true spirit from our National Tricolor and strive to achieve our desire of a developed nation through our unity. Nothing can be impossible if we stand united, work for the prosperity and development of our nation and thus fulfill our dreams of building a stronger nation in future.

I would like to remind you of Swach Bharat Abhiyan initiated by our Prime Minister – Mr. Narendra Modi – which is of great importance. You are very well aware that cleanliness plays a key role for a healthy living. Dear students, this year school and it is your foremost responsibility to keep your classrooms and he school premises clean i.e. ‘Swachh’. This would help in the overall cleanliness of the school. Of course, there are ‘ayahs’ who do their duty but as a future citizens of the Country, you need to be responsible and help ‘ayahs’ in doing their duty in the right way. Let’s strive to build a cleaner and healthier nation.

Jai hind!

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