Republic Day Celebrations 2023 begins in New Delhi


It is planned that the Military Tattoo & Tribal Dance performances will take place on 23-24 January 2023 at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi, as part of the Republic Day celebrations in 2023 and to commemorate Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s 126th birth anniversary (also known as Parakram Diwas). The theme of the event will be Adi-Shaurya: Parv Parakram ka. This event is themed as a Military Tattoo & Tribal Dance and is meant to shed light on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s contribution to the struggle for freedom. The Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Tribal Affairs are jointly organizing the event, with the Indian Coast Guard acting as the coordinator.

A celebration of Republic Day marks the adoption of the Indian constitution and the country’s transition to a republic on January 26, 1950. It is marked by a spectacular military parade and cultural display every year as part of the celebrations. In New Delhi, armed forces personnel march along the Kartavya path in a display of military might in a grand display of military force and the epic show on Kartavya path outweighs everything else that is going on throughout the country on this auspicious day. It is a day of celebrations in New Delhi, inaugurated with a grand parade, that takes place from Raisina Hill near the Rashtrapati Bhavan (President’s House), through the Kartavya path, past the India Gate, and to the historic Red Fort, which is the center of the celebrations. On this day, ceremonious parades take place along the Kartavya path. These parades are conducted as a celebration of India, its unity in diversity, and its rich cultural heritage by the states of India by creating beautiful tableaus to honor India, its unity and diversity, and its rich cultural heritage.

As many as about 1200 performers are fine-tuning their art forms each day in rehearsals. Each group enlivens a slice of India with its unique and colourful costumes, headdresses, music instruments and rhythmic dance beats, enlivening a slice of India with its unique and colourful costumes. The traditional dance performance to be presented during the main event include Gaurr Maria, Gaddi Nati, Siddi Dhamal, Baiga Pardhoni, Purulia, Bagurumba, Ghusadi, Balti, Lambadi, Paika, Rathwa, Budigali, Songimukhawate, Karma, Mangho, Ka Shad Mastieh, Kummikali, Palaiyar, Cheraw & Rekham Pada. These events and groups are coordinated by Ministry of Tribal Affairs.

As part of the event, the Indian Army is presenting its prowess in the following ways: Paramotor gliding, Hot Air Balloon, Horse Show, Khukuri Dance, Gatka, Mallakhamb, Kalaripayattu, Thang-ta, Motorcycle Display, Air Warrior Drill, Navy Band and Martial Arts display.


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