Republic Day commemorates the day when the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950. It marks the transition of India from a British Dominion to a sovereign democratic republic. At Divya Jyot School, students learn about the visionary leaders who played pivotal roles in shaping the constitution, instilling a sense of pride in our democratic heritage.
A cornerstone of our constitution is the Preamble, a concise statement that outlines the guiding principles of the nation. Students at Divya Jyot School delve into the Preamble, understanding concepts like justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity. This empowers them with a deeper understanding of the values that form the bedrock of our democracy.
Republic Day celebrations in the capital are marked by the grand parade at Rajpath. Students at Divya Jyot School enthusiastically participate in activities that showcase the diversity of our nation. From state-wise cultural performances to tableau displays, students gain insights into the rich tapestry of India’s heritage.
Republic Day is not just a celebration; it’s a day to honour the heroes of our nation. The President of India presents gallantry awards, including the prestigious Param Vir Chakra and Ashok Chakra. At Divya Jyot School, students are taught about the acts of valour that led to these awards, instilling a sense of respect for the sacrifices made by our armed forces.
The Republic Day celebrations conclude with the Beating Retreat ceremony, a musical extravaganza that showcases the harmony and discipline of the armed forces. Students actively take part in the musical prowess displayed during this event, fostering a love for the cultural and artistic facets of our armed forces.
As we celebrate Republic Day 2024, Divya Jyot School continues its commitment to not only academic excellence but also to nurturing informed and patriotic citizens. By imparting these five interesting facts about Republic Day, we empower our students with knowledge that extends beyond textbooks. At Divya Jyot School, we believe in shaping individuals who not only excel academically but also understand the significance of national events, contributing to the building of a responsible and enlightened society.