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74th Republic Day Today: Grand Parade to March from Kartavia Path | 10 points

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President Draupadi Marmu will lead the nation in celebration. 74th Republic Day from Kartaviya PathThe British-era ceremonial boulevard, once known as Rajpath, was revamped for the first time on Thursday (Jan 26, 2023). Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-SisiI will be the guest of honor at the parade.

gave The week-long celebrations began on January 23., on the occasion of freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. To mark the occasion, ‘Audi Shaurya – Pro Prakaram Ka’, a festival of military tattoos and tribal dance, was organized on January 23 and 24 in New Delhi. These events will conclude on January 30. As Martyrs Day.

According to Delhi Police, around 65,000 people will witness the parade on January 26. Which they can register through QR code.

Top 10 Points for Republic Day 2023 Celebrations:

1. The Republic Day parade, which will begin at around 10.30 am, will be a unique amalgamation of the country’s military prowess and cultural diversity, reflecting the country’s growing indigenous talent, Nari Shakti and the emergence of a ‘New India’. has gone

2. The parade ceremony will begin with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the National War Memorial. He will lead the nation in paying homage to the martyred heroes by laying wreaths. After that, he and other dignitaries will go to the salute dais on Kartavia Path to witness the parade.

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3. According to tradition, the national flag will be hoisted followed by the singing of the national anthem with a 21-gun salute.

4. In many hails, a 21-gun salute will be fired with a 105 mm Indian field gun. It replaces the vintage 25 pounder gun. Four Mi-17 1V/V5 helicopters of the 105 Helicopter Unit will shower flower petals on the audience on the Kartavia Path.

5. The parade will begin with President Murmu taking the salute. The parade will be commanded by Parade Commander Lt. Gen. Dheeraj Seth. Major General Bhuvnesh Kumar, Chief of Staff, Headquarters Delhi Area, will be the second-in-command of the parade.

6. Marching the Kartawiya Path for the first time will be a joint band and marching band of the Egyptian Armed Forces, led by Colonel Mahmoud Mohamed Abdelfattah Al-Khorsawi. The contingent will consist of 144 soldiers representing the main branches of the Egyptian Armed Forces.

7. Captain Raizada Shaurya Bali will lead the first contingent in the uniform of 61 Cavalry. The 61st Cavalry is the only active horse cavalry regiment in the world, combining all the ‘State Horse Units’.

8. Twenty-three tableaux – 17 from States/UTs and 6 from various Ministries/Departments, depicting the country’s rich cultural heritage, economic growth and strong internal and external security, will walk the route of Kartavia.

9. Security has been tightened in several parts of the national capital. Police personnel can be seen checking vehicles thoroughly. There are heavy barriers at intersections, checkpoints with sniffer dogs and metal detectors. This comes after the Delhi Police earlier this month arrested two terrorists who were linked to foreign terror outfits.

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10. No traffic will be allowed on Kartuya Path from Vijay Chowk to India Gate on January 25 from 6 PM till the end of the parade. There will be no cross traffic on Rafi Marg, Janpath, Mansingh Road from 10 pm on January 25 till the end of the parade on Kartavia Path. The C Hexagon-India Gate will remain closed for traffic from 9.15 am on January 26 till the parade crosses Tilak Marg. On January 26, from 10.30 am onwards, traffic will not be allowed on both Tilak Marg, BZ Marg and Subhash Marg roads and cross traffic will be allowed only depending on the movement of the parade.


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