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NoticeBard’s Republic Day Essay Writing Competition [Update]: Result Out on Feb 28!

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  • Feb 15, 2024

Update About the Competition

NoticeBard is delighted to announce the successful conclusion of its Republic Day Essay Writing Competition with 132 submissions from 105 schools across 22 Indian states and participation from South Africa, Kenya, UAE, and Saudi Arabia students.

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NoticeBard was started in March 2017 as a notice-board for educational opportunities and events. NoticeBard is also a bard (story-teller) of student-related news and issues. With our mission of enabling informed and inspired careers , we help students by ensuring that all events and opportunities are in one place.

About the Competition

This essay writing competition aimed to encourage students interested in writing and willing to submit original and well-thought-of pieces for publication with us. Participation was open to students studying from classes 8 to 12 in any school in India.

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The top 10 submissions will receive prize money of up to Rs. 13,000, a letter of excellence from our CEO, and their articles will be published on our website.

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The copyrights to the articles found suitable for publication on NoticeBard will rest with NoticeBard.

Changes in Terms and Conditions

The organisation reserves the right to change the terms and conditions, including the prize money and the last submission date, in case at least 50 entries are not received.

Result Announcement

The judging process is ongoing, and winners will be announced on February 28, 2024 , which is National Science Day. The prize-winning essays will be published by March 10, 2024.

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We thank each student who participated in this Essay Writing competition. Results will be officially announced on Feb 28, 2024. Thank you for your patience and support.

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On the occasion of our 71st Republic Day, NCERT under the Ministry of Education, GoI, in association with Ministry of Defence, GoI, and MyGov under the Ministry of Electronics & IT, GoI, organized the online Essay & Patriotic Poetry Writing Competition on MyGov Innovate platform between 20th – 30th January 2021. The objective of this event was to generate awareness among the youth and children regarding the significance of the Constitution of India and the Importance of Unity, Integrity, and Patriotism.

The Competition was open for the participation of school students of classes VI to XII from schools under CBSE, KVS, NVS, NIOS, and all school boards/SCERTs at the State/UT Level.

The competition received an overwhelming response as 7091 entries for essay and 4684 entries for patriotic poetry were received.

We are glad to announce the list of National Level Winners. Click here to view the list.

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My Gov Republic Day Competition 2023 on Poetry, Essay Writing and Quiz & Candidates participate Now

My Gov Republic Day Competition 2023 on Poetry, Essay Writing and Quiz & Candidates participate Now. MyGov is hosting various online activities to celebrate our 71st Republic Day.

The Ministry of Education along with the Ministry of Defence has organised a range of competitions for school students to mark the Republic Day. The events were started on January 20 and will continue till January 30.

As part of the celebrations, the ministries are conducting an essay competition, a quiz competition and a poetry competition in both Hindi and English languages. The theme of the event is ‘Indian Constitution, struggle for freedom and warriors of Indian Independence’.

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The 10-day event is being held in a virtual mode in which the students of schools across the country are participating. All the three events including poetry, essay writing and quiz competition are conducted on the online government portal named mygov.in.

My Gov Republic Day Competition 2021 on Poetry, Essay Writing and Quiz &  Candidates participate Now

Students can register themselves at the Quiz portal of ‘My Gov’. Visit the official website, enter details including name, email id, date of birth and gender and create a new account. Visit the quiz portal and login using the registered email id and password. The quiz consists of 20 questions to be completed within 300 seconds. In case two participants will answer an equal number of correct questions, the winner will be declared on the basis of the total time taken to finish the quiz.

The government has also organised separate poetry and essay writing competitions. The participants have been given various themes including Indian constitution and democracy, struggle for Independence, warriors of Indian independence and true meaning of celebration of Republic Day.

The poetry and essay writing competition are being held for students of Classes 6 to 12 studying in schools affiliated to CBSE, KVS, NVS, NIOS and state-boards. The essay must be within 1500 words and the poem must be within 100 words. Students interested in participating in the events must register themselves at My Gov portal and login to access essay and poetry events.

My Gov Republic Day Competition 2023 Details

A. Patriotic Quiz on Republic Day 2023: As a part of ‘Republic Day celebration’, an online quiz competition, essay competition and poetry competition on the theme of “Indian Constitution, struggle for freedom, warriors of Indian independence” is being organized by the Ministry of Education in association with Ministry of Defence from 20 th  January to 30 th  January

B. Online Essay & Patriotic Poetry Writing Competition On The Eve Of Republic Day 2023: Ministry of Education, Government of India in association with Ministry of Defence is glad to announce an essay and patriotic poetry competition for school students.

This competition is being organized to celebrate, “Republic day”, popularly known as “GanatantraDiwas” on 26th January. India became a republic on 26 January 1950. On this day, the Constitution of India was implemented in our country by removing the Government of India Act (1935).

Celebration of this occasion annually helps youth and children of the country to be aware of the significance of unity and integrity of this great nation and provides an opportunity to everyone to be proud of their nation endowed with rich and varied heritage.

To celebrate the soul of “Republic day” while adhering to COVID-19 protocols, Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Education, Government of India, in association with Ministry of Defence, has organized online Essayand Patriotic Poetry Competition during the period of 20th January to 30th January, 2021 on MyGov platform.

Guidelines for the Participants: The Essay and Poetry Competitionaremeant for school students of classes VI to XII from schools under CBSE, KVS, NVS, NIOS and all school boards/SCERTs at the State/UT Level.

Word Limits of Essay for each theme: The essay should be within 1500* word limit. *The essay should not exceed word limit. This would lead to disqualification.

Word Limits of Patriotic Poetry Writing for each theme : The poem should be within 100* word limit

Mode of submission

  • The participant should submit the write-up in PDF file format only.
  • Visit the website   www.MyGov.in  to submit the essay.
  • Write-up text should be submitted in readable Font of Hindi/English.
  • Font size should be 12 for English and 14 for Hindi.
  • Line spacing should be 1.15 only.
  • Entries must be in either in English or Hindi

Important dates

  • Start Date: 20th January
  • Last Date of Submission: 30th January

Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions (Essay Competition)

  • The competition is open to school students of classes VI to XII only.
  • All entries must be submitted onMyGov.in. Entries submitted through any other medium/mode would not be considered for evaluation.
  • A participant can send one entry only. In case it is found that any participant has submitted more than one entry, all the entries will be considered as invalid.
  • The entry should be original. Copied entries will not be considered under the contest.
  • The participant must be the same person who has written the write-up and plagiarism would not be accepted.
  • Please note that the Essay must be original and should not violate any provision of the Indian Copyright Act, 1957.
  • Anyone found infringing on others’ copyright would be disqualified from the competition. Government of India does not bear any responsibility for copyright violations or infringements of intellectual property carried out by the participants.
  • Mention of the author’s name/emails, etc. anywhere in the body of the essay will lead to disqualification.
  • Participant is to make sure that their MyGov profile is accurate and updated since MoE would be using this for further communication. This includes details such as name, photo, complete postal address, email ID and phone number. Entries with incomplete profiles would not be considered.
  • MoE reserves the right to cancel or amend all or any part of the Competition and/ or the Terms & Conditions/Technical Parameters/ Evaluation Criteria.

Terms and Conditions (Patriotic Poetry Competition)

  • Please note that the Patriotic Poetry must be original and should not violate any provision of the Indian Copyright Act, 1957.
  • Mention of the poet’s name/email, etc. anywhere in the body of the essay will lead to disqualification.

However, any changes to the Terms and Conditions/Technical Parameters/Evaluation Criteria, or cancellation of the Contest, will be updated /posted on the MyGov.in platform. It would be the responsibility of the participants to keep themselves informed of any changes in the Terms & Conditions/Technical Parameters/Evaluation Criteria stated for this Contest.

Criteria of Selection

  • Selection of the best essay/poem will be taken up at two levels.Firstly, SCERTs may form a committee of experts to examine the entries at the State/UT level and select the 10 best entries.
  • Next, the selected10 essays/poems from each State/UT will become a pool of selected essays/poems for final selection at the national level by a team of experts of NCERT.
  • All the entries received within the due date will be placed before a Selection Committee for final selection. The decision of the Selection Committee will be final and binding on all the contestants.
  • Any legal proceedings arising out of the competition/its entries/winners shall be subject to jurisdiction of Delhi only.

Certification and Award: Attractive awards for national level entries will be announced soon. However, participation certificates will be issued jointly by NCERT and MyGov for all participants who send their essays and patriotic poems.

A. Patriotic Quiz on Republic Day 2021

B. Register from here for Essay & Poetry competitions

Republic Day 2023

Republic Day is celebrated on January 26 every year to remember the day when the Constitution of India came into effect after India gained independence after a very long freedom struggle.

A salute of 21 guns and the unfurling of the Indian National Flag by Dr. Rajendra Prasad heralded the historic birth of the Indian Republic on that day.

Thereafter 26th of January was decreed a national holiday and was recognised as the Republic Day of India. Ever since the historic day, January 26 is celebrated with festivities and patriotic fervor all around the country.

The celebrations inaugurate with a grand parade is held in the capital, New Delhi, from Raisina Hill near the Rashtrapati Bhavan (President’s House), along the Rajpath, past India Gate and on to the historic Red Fort.

The event begins with the Prime Minister of India laying a wreath at the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate, commemorating all the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the country.

Soon, a 21 gun salute is presented, the President unfurls the National Flag and the National Anthem is played. This marks the beginning of a series of magnificent parades by Indian Army, Navy, Air Force, police, and paramilitary forces. All the states of India showcase their culture, uniqueness by building beautiful tableaus. Source: My Gov

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Republic Day – January 26, 2023 On the occasion of our nation’s 74th Republic Day , IP4Kids , a CSR initiative of S.S. Rana & Co. is organizing an ‘ ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION IN CELEBRATION OF REPUBLIC DAY, 2023 .”

Republic Day is one of the most defining events in Indian history, which heralded the coming of the Indian Constitution, after gaining its independence from Great Britain. The Constitution of India is the penultimate law of India, and defines the three pillars of the country, i.e. the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary.

In an effort to spread awareness about the importance the Indian Constitution and the Rights, Duties and Functional Procedures enshrined therein, IP4Kids, is organizing an Essay Competition on the august occasion of our 74th Republic Day.

Essay Writing Competiton occassion Republic Day

  • Freedom to citizens guaranteed by the Constitution;
  • Importance of fundamental duties;
  • Importance of constitution;
  • Freedom of free speech and expression against national security interests;
  • Right to Life and Right to Die.
  • Limits to Fundamental Rights.

THE PROCESS-

  • School students are invited to submit their essays on any one of the abovementioned topics (as applicable) before the deadline of January 20, 2023 .
  • Qualified Experts and Judges appointed by IP4kids and S.S. Rana & Co. will select the best 3 essays in each category.
  • Following this, the winners will be announced on https://www.ip4kids.in/ and on IP4Kids’ social media portals by or before January 26, 2023 (Tuesday) .

LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION-

  • The deadline for submissions of essays is January 20, 2023 at 11:59 PM IST .
  • No submissions will be entertained post the above-mentioned de

RULES FOR PARTICIPATION:

  • The competition is open to school students only.
  • The essay should be within 1500 * word limit .*The essay should not exceed word limit .*
  • The participant should submit the write-up in Word file format only and submit the same through email at [email protected] .
  • Name of the participant including Class;
  • Name of the School with address;
  • Contact details of participant, including phone number and postal address.
  • Participants should mention “ ESSAY COMPETITION IN CELEBRATION OF REPUBLIC DAY, 2023 ” in subject line of submission email;
  • Entries must be original and in English or Hindi language only;
  • Only a single entry will be accepted from one person and the entry shall be disqualified if it is found to be plagiarized.
  • Awards will be given to the top three winning participants, who shall also be awarded certificates of merit;
  • Other deserving participants shall also be presented with certificates of participation.

Disclaimer: The competition strictly adheres to standard and respectful use of the National Flag, Emblem, and any symbol depicting the Republic of India and urges all students to adhere to the same.

Note: The competition intends to provide a platform to the students to share their views and to raise awareness of our Constitution and the rule of law among them. The decision of the Judges shall be final. The organizers of the competition reserve all rights to change the date of announcements of the results and/or the date of announcements and publication of the results. The organizers also reserve the rights to withdraw any or both categories of awards if the entries received do not meet the above-mentioned criteria. The organizers also reserve all the rights for publication and reproduction of submitted essays/write ups- due credit in this regard shall be given to the author(s).

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Essay on Republic Day for Students and Children

500 words essay on republic day.

Essay on Republic Day – India celebrates Republic Day on January 26 annually with a lot of pride and fervor. It is a day that is important to every Indian citizen. It marks the day when India became truly independent and embraced democracy. In other words, it celebrates the day on which our constitution came into effect. On 26 January 1950, almost 3 years post-independence, we became a sovereign, secular, socialist, democratic republic.

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History of Republic Day

While we got independence from British rule on August 15, 1947, our country was still lacking a concrete constitution. Moreover, India also did not have any experts and political powers which would help in the functioning of the state affairs smoothly.  Up until then, the 1935 Government of India Act was basically modified in order to govern, however, that act was more bent towards the colonial rule. Therefore, there was a dire need to form an exclusive constitution that would reflect all that India stands for.

Thus, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar led a constitutional drafting committee on August 28, 1947.  After drafting, it was presented to the Constituent Assembly by the same committee on November 4, 1947. This whole procedure was very elaborate and took up to 166 days to complete. Moreover, the committee organized sessions were kept open to the public.

No matter the challenges and hardships, our constitutional committee left no stone unturned to include rights for all. It aimed to create the perfect balance so all citizens of the country could enjoy equal rights pertaining to their religions, culture, caste, sex, creed and more. At last, they presented the official Indian constitution to the country on January 26, 1950.

Moreover, the first session of the India Parliament was also conducted on this day. In addition to that, 26 th January also witnessed the swearing-in of India’s first president, Dr. Rajendra Prasad. Thus, this day is very important as it marks the end of the British rule and birth of India as a Republic State.

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Republic Day Celebrations

Indians celebrate January 26 each year with lots of enthusiasm and zeal. On this day, people forget their religion, caste, creed, sex, and more. It brings together the country as a whole. It truly shows the diversity of our country. The capital city of India, New Delhi, celebrates it with a Republic Day Parade that showcases the might of the Indian Military and the cultural diversity of our country.

These parades take place in other cities as well, where a lot of schools participate in. It is a delight to watch the children and professionals put in so much effort. The way they grace the parade makes one proud of their country.  We also do National Flag Hoisting on this day. In New Delhi, after the President of India hoists our National Flag, 21 guns salute follow it with the national anthem played by the military band.

Further, in schools, March Past takes place and it is mandatory for every student to attend the celebrations. In many schools, they distribute sweets on this day as well. While it is a very joyous day, we must not forget the struggle of freedom that our forefathers took part in. Moreover, it is a day to celebrate the spirit of freedom and make sure to help India reach greater heights in the future.

FAQs on Republic Day

Q.1 Why do we celebrate Republic Day?

A.1 We celebrate Republic Day as it was the day when the constitution of India came into effect.

Q.2 In which year was the constitution of India formed?

A.2 The official Indian constitution was presented to the country on January 26, 1950.

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Republic Day 2023: 74th Republic Day speech, essay ideas and tips for school students

Republic day speech and essay ideas and tips: india marks its republic day on january 26. during celebrations in schools or educational institutions, the students give speeches or write essays. here are some republic day speech or essay ideas and tips which can help the students to prepare..

Republic Day is commemorated by the citizens of India with much pomp and enthusiasm on January 26, every year. The day is marked as a national holiday. This year, India is observing its 74th Republic Day (Gantantra Diwas) on Thursday. On this occasion, the President unfurls the national flag at the Kartavaya Path, formerly known as Rajpath, and a parade - showcasing India's traditions, cultural heritage, progress and achievements - takes place. (Also Read | Happy Republic Day 2023: Best wishes, images, messages, patriotic quotes and greetings to mark India's 74th Republic Day )

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Additionally, many schools and other educational institutions host a variety of events, such as debate shows, speech and essay writing competitions, cultural dance shows, parades, and so on. So, if your kid is planning to participate in these events, we are here to help you out. Here are some unique speech and essay ideas and tips you can share with your kids to help them do a great job.

Speech And Essay Ideas For Students

1) Why Republic Day is celebrated on January 26 : Its history and significance.

2) The role of India's youth in development.

3) The Constitution of India: Rights and duties of Indian citizens.

4) India in the 21st century.

5) What is the difference between Republic Day and Independence Day?

6) Dr BR Ambedkar, the father of the Indian Constitution .

7) You can also pick any current political issues/achievements of India.

Tips For Students To Give A Great Speech On Republic Day

1) You must practice the speech multiple times until you are comfortable and confident with the content and delivery.

2) One should use simple language in their speech/essay. Over-complicating the content and using jargon or complex vocabulary can make your audience lose interest.

3) Always know your audience and prepare the speech or essay accordingly.

4) Include facts to make the speech informative.

5) Always use expressions and appropriate body language, like hand gestures, to stress your points during speech delivery.

6) Make sure thorough research has been done on the topic assigned or chosen by you. This practice ensures that the points you are making are accurate and relevant.

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Republic Day 2024: Best Republic Day Essay Ideas In English For Students And Children

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Republic Day, observed annually on January 26 , commemorates India's shift to a republic with the adoption of its constitution on January 26, 1950. The celebration showcases a splendid blend of military prowess and cultural magnificence .  Kartavya Path,  i n the heart of New Delhi,  becomes the stage for a remarkable procession where the armed forces march creating a breathtaking display of strength.  This year, on Friday, January 26, 2024, India will be celebrating its 75th Republic Day . 

The grand celebration of Republic Day kicks off with an impressive parade in the national capital, starting from Raisina Hill near the Rashtrapati Bhavan (the  official residence of the  president of India) , winding its way along Kartavya Path, passing through India Gate , and culminating at the historic Red Fort . The festivities on the Kartavya Path, marked by ceremonious parades, stand as a heartfelt tribute to India, emphasising its unity in diversity and rich cultural heritage. Each state contributes to the spectacle by presenting captivating tableaus that narrate the story of India's diverse and vibrant cultural tapestry. Kartavya Path's epic showcase truly steals the spotlight, making Republic Day a momentous and joyous occasion across the nation.

Republic Day is a special occasion for all Indians, celebrated with pride across the country. It commemorates the day when India's Constitution was adopted on November 26, 1949, after gaining independence.

In 2024, the 75th Republic Day parade will take place on Friday, January 26. This year's celebration will be even more special as French President Emmanuel Macron is expected to be the chief guest, adding an extra touch of honour to the festivities.

With the celebration of the 75th Republic Day  just around the corner, educational institutions host Republic Day Speech and Essay writing competitions to encourage students' growth in knowledge and boost their self-assurance in effective self-expression. So, if you are looking for long and short Republic Day essay ideas in English, then read on. 

Here are some essay ideas for Republic Day 2024  along with samples and tips that you can use for your Republic Day school or college project. Take a look:

Republic Day 2024 Essay Ideas in English for Gantantra Diwas

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The entire nation is getting ready to rejoice in the festivities of Republic Day 2024 on January 26, commemorating the moment when India's Constitution took effect post-independence. On this significant day, schools, colleges, and universities across the country will host Republic Day celebrations, featuring the hoisting of the national flag by the president of India, lively dance performances, engaging skits, inspirational speeches , and essay writing competitions – a task that may pose a challenge for many. To assist you in preparing for Gantantra Diwas essays, here are some easy and simple ideas suitable for both children and adults.

Republic Day 2024: Tips for Republic Day Essays

Introduction: Begin your essay with a simple introduction that briefly outlines the significance of Republic Day and its historical background.  Consider starting with a quote, a fact, or an anecdote to grab the reader's attention.

Historical Context: Provide a concise overview of the events leading to the establishment of the Indian Republic on January 26, 1950.  Highlight the role of key figures like Dr. B.R. Ambedkar in drafting the Indian Constitution.

Significance of Republic Day: Explain the importance of Republic Day in the context of India's journey towards becoming a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic.  Discuss the values and principles enshrined in the Constitution.

Cultural Diversity and Unity: Emphasise on how Republic Day celebrates the rich cultural diversity of India and promotes a sense of unity among its citizens.  Mention the cultural programs and parades that showcase the nation's heritage.

National Anthem and Flag Hoisting: Discuss the tradition of hoisting the national flag and singing the national anthem on Republic Day.  Highlight the symbolism behind these actions and their role in fostering a sense of patriotism.

Parade and Celebrations: Describe the Republic Day parade in detail, mentioning the impressive military displays, cultural performances, and the presence of dignitaries.  Discuss how it reflects the country's achievements and progress.

Youth Involvement: Acknowledge the active participation of youth in Republic Day celebrations, whether through cultural events, flag-hoisting ceremonies, or community service.  Highlight the role of the youth in shaping the nation's future.

Challenges and Aspirations: Reflect on the challenges that India faces as a republic and the aspirations for the future. Discuss how the principles of the Constitution guide the country in overcoming challenges and achieving progress.

Global Perspective: Touch upon India's standing in the global community and its role as the world's largest democracy. Discuss any international collaborations or diplomatic engagements that align with the values of the Indian Republic.

Republic Day 2024: 500-word Essay on Republic Day

Republic Day in India is a momentous occasion that is celebrated with great fervour every year on January 26. It marks the day when the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950, ushering in a new era and transforming the nation into a sovereign democratic republic. This day holds immense significance in the hearts of every Indian as it symbolises the triumph of justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity over the shackles of colonial rule.

The history of Republic Day goes back to India's struggle against British colonial rule. The call for self-governance gained momentum in the early 20th century, and as the country embarked on its journey towards independence, leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Sardar Patel played pivotal roles in shaping the destiny of a newly emerging nation. The Indian National Congress, founded in 1885, became a key player in the fight for freedom, advocating for constitutional reforms and self-rule.

The demand for a constituent assembly to draft a constitution for independent India gained traction. The constituent assembly, representing the diversity of the country, was formed in 1946, and under the chairmanship of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar , it worked tirelessly to craft a document that would embody the ideals of justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity. After two and a half years of deliberation, the Constitution of India was adopted on January 26, 1950, replacing the Government of India Act (1935) .

The festivities kick off with the grand ceremonial unfurling of the national flag by the President Of India at the historic Red Fort in Delhi. This iconic moment is followed by a spectacular parade that showcases the diverse cultural tapestry of our nation. The parade not only highlights the military strength of the country but also pays homage to the various states with their vibrant floats, traditional dances, and colourful attire. The essence of this celebration lies in embracing and celebrating the rich diversity that defines India.

Republic Day is not merely a day off work; it is a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters to pave the way for the democratic values we cherish today. It is a tribute to the visionaries who meticulously drafted the Constitution, envisioning a society where every citizen is equal and has the right to justice and liberty. As we witness the tricolour unfurling against the azure sky, it serves as a visual representation of our collective journey toward freedom and self-governance.

Beyond the elaborate parades and cultural displays, Republic Day prompts introspection. It calls upon each citizen to reflect on their responsibilities towards the nation. Upholding the principles enshrined in the Constitution is not just a duty but a commitment to building a society that values inclusivity and justice. The preamble of the Constitution encapsulates the aspirations of a nation striving for a secure, just, and sovereign existence.

Republic Day is a celebration of unity in diversity. The parade, with its myriad colours and cultural representations, emphasises that the strength of our nation lies in our ability to embrace differences and stand united. Each state's unique contribution adds to the vibrant mosaic of India, reminding us that despite our diverse backgrounds, we are bound by a shared identity.

As Indians, celebrating Republic Day is not just about revelry; it is an affirmation of our commitment to democratic ideals. It is a day to recognise the progress made and the challenges ahead. The constitutional framework serves as a guiding light, and Republic Day becomes a moment to renew our pledge to safeguard the principles that make our nation strong and resilient.

In essence, Republic Day is a day of pride, gratitude, and renewed dedication. It is an opportunity to appreciate hard-earned freedom, acknowledge the diversity that defines us, and commit ourselves to the ongoing journey of nation-building. As the tricolour flies proudly in the sky, let us remember the sacrifices of the past, celebrate the achievements of the present, and look forward to a future where the ideals of the Constitution continue to guide us toward a more inclusive and prosperous India.

Republic Day 2024: 300-word Essay on Republic Day for students

Republic Day is a significant and joyous occasion for every Indian, celebrated on January 26 each year. It marks the day when the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950, replacing the Government of India Act (1935). This day holds immense importance as it signifies the transition of India from a constitutional monarchy to a sovereign democratic republic.

The festivities commence with the unfurling of the tricolour flag by the president of India at the Red Fort in Delhi, followed by a grand parade showcasing the diversity and cultural richness of our nation. The day is not just a mere holiday; it is a reminder of the struggles and sacrifices made by our freedom fighters to secure the democratic values we cherish today.

Republic Day is a testament to the power of unity in diversity. It is a day to celebrate the tapestry of cultures, languages, and traditions that make India unique. The parade not only exhibits military prowess but also pays homage to the various states with their vibrant floats, folk dances, and traditional attire. This colourful display is a reminder that our strength lies in our unity and understanding of each other's differences.

The essence of Republic Day extends beyond the festivities. It calls for a reflection on our duties as citizens and the responsibility to uphold the principles enshrined in the Constitution. It is a day to renew our commitment to justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity – the pillars on which our great nation stands.

As Indians, Republic Day serves as a collective reminder of our shared identity and the values that bind us together. It is a day to appreciate the hard-won freedom and the democratic ideals that guide our nation toward progress and prosperity. Let us celebrate this day with pride, gratitude, and a renewed dedication to building a stronger, more inclusive India.

Republic Day 2024: Short Essay on Republic Day

Republic Day in India, observed on January 26, marks the adoption of the Constitution in 1950. Beyond a public holiday, it's a celebration of democratic principles. The day begins with the flag hoisting by the president of India at Delhi's Red Fort and a lively parade showcasing cultural diversity. It pays tribute to freedom fighters and constitution drafters, embodying unity in diversity. Republic Day prompts reflection on upholding justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity. It's a collective commitment to a strong, inclusive nation, acknowledging the privileges of democracy and looking towards a brighter future.

Republic Day 2024: Long Essay on Republic Day for students

Republic Day, celebrated annually on January 26 in India, holds profound significance as it marks the day in 1950 when the Constitution of India came into force, formally establishing the country as a sovereign democratic republic. This occasion is not just a public holiday but a vibrant celebration of the democratic values and principles that define the nation.

The festivities kick off with the ceremonial hoisting of the tricolour flag by the president of India at the historic Red Fort in Delhi. This symbolic act is followed by a grand parade that traverses the Rajpath, showcasing India's rich cultural heritage, military prowess, and unity in diversity. The parade features a diverse array of floats representing different states, each contributing a unique cultural perspective to the mosaic of the nation.

Beyond the extravaganza, Republic Day serves as a tribute to the countless sacrifices made by the freedom fighters who valiantly struggled against colonial rule. It's a day to honour the visionary leaders who played a pivotal role in drafting the Constitution and shaping the destiny of a newly independent India. The Constitution, with its emphasis on justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity, became the guiding document that laid the foundation for a just and inclusive society.

Republic Day is not merely a historical commemoration; it's a call to introspection. It prompts citizens to reflect on their responsibilities and the importance of actively participating in the democratic process. As the tricolour flies in the breeze, it symbolises not only the hard-fought freedom but also the collective aspirations of a diverse nation striving for progress.

The parade, with its impressive display of military might, cultural performances, and innovative floats, underscores the idea that India's strength lies in its unity amidst diversity. The varied cultural representations, traditional dances, and folk music exemplify the rich tapestry of India, reinforcing the notion that every state is an integral part of the national fabric.

Republic Day is a reminder of the shared values that bind the nation together. It is an opportunity for citizens to renew their commitment to the principles enshrined in the Constitution. Upholding justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity is not just a legal obligation but a collective responsibility to build a society that embraces diversity and ensures the well-being of all its citizens.

In essence, Republic Day is a celebration of India's journey from a colonised nation to a vibrant, democratic republic. It is a day to appreciate the democratic ethos that guides the nation and to pledge towards a future where these principles continue to shape a just, inclusive, and progressive society. As the tricolour flies high, it is a poignant reminder of the struggles, sacrifices, and triumphs that have defined India's evolution over the years.

Republic Day 2024: 10 lines on Republic Day for students

  • Republic Day celebrated annually on January 26 in India, marks the enactment of the Constitution in 1950, transforming the country into a sovereign democratic republic.
  • The day begins with the ceremonial hoisting of the tricolour by the president of India at the Red Fort in Delhi, followed by a captivating parade showcasing India's diverse cultural heritage.
  • Republic Day is a tribute to the freedom fighters who valiantly fought for independence and the visionary leaders who played a crucial role in drafting the Constitution.
  • The parade features impressive displays of military might, cultural performances, and vibrant floats representing different states, symbolising unity in diversity.
  • Beyond the festivities, Republic Day serves as a reminder of the democratic values that form the bedrock of the nation, including justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity.
  • The Constitution of India, adopted on this day, became the guiding document that shaped the principles of governance and laid the foundation for a just and inclusive society.
  • Citizens use this occasion to renew their commitment to upholding the ideals of the Constitution and actively participating in the democratic process.
  • Republic Day is a day of national pride, reflecting on the collective journey from colonial rule to a vibrant, democratic nation.
  • The celebration underscores the strength and resilience of India, showcasing the country's progress and unity through a grand display of cultural and military prowess.
  • As the tricolour flutters in the breeze, Republic Day stands as a testament to India's rich history, diverse culture, and unwavering commitment to democracy.

Republic Day 2024: 200-word Essay on Republic Day for students

Republic Day in India observed on the 26th of January , commemorates the adoption of the Constitution in 1950, marking the country's transition to a sovereign democratic republic. This day is more than a public holiday; it is a celebration of the democratic values that form the foundation of our nation.

The day begins with the ceremonial hoisting of the tricolour flag by the President Of India at the Red Fort in Delhi, followed by a vibrant parade showcasing India's cultural diversity. It serves as a reminder of the struggles endured by our freedom fighters and the visionary leaders who drafted the Constitution.

Republic Day underscores the unity in our diversity, as the parade features colourful floats representing different states, each contributing to the rich tapestry of Indian culture. Beyond the festivities, the day calls for reflection on our responsibilities as citizens to uphold the principles of justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity.

As we celebrate Republic Day, let us renew our commitment to building a strong and inclusive nation. It is a day to appreciate the privileges of freedom and democracy while recognising the challenges that lie ahead. The tricolour flag soaring high symbolises not just our past triumphs but also our collective aspirations for a brighter future.

Easy and simple 300 words essay on Republic Day for students and children

Recognised as a national holiday, Republic Day has been celebrated across India ever since. Many wonder why this specific date was chosen for the celebration. It's noteworthy that January 26 holds great significance in India's struggle for autonomy. On December 29, 1929, during the Congress Session in Lahore , a resolution was passed declaring Purna Swaraj or complete autonomy as India's goal. The decision was made to observe January 26 all over India as Purna Swaraj Day, celebrating complete independence for the first time in 1930. This tradition continued until 1947 when August 15 became Independence Day.

Republic Day brings people of different backgrounds together to celebrate with enthusiasm. In the national capital, Delhi , a grand parade showcases the Indian Military's participation, reflecting the country's pride and rich diversity. The parade begins after the president unfurls the national flag, and people pay homage to martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the nation.

India's Prime Minister pays respects at India Gate's Amar Jawan Jyoti , honouring the martyrs with a wreath. The ceremony includes a 21-gun salute , singing the national anthem, and hoisting the national flag. Brave soldiers are recognised with prestigious awards like the Paramvir Chakra, Ashok Chakra, and Vir Chakra . Additionally, children and citizens displaying courage in challenging circumstances receive accolades.

Republic Day is celebrated with grandeur nationwide, especially in educational institutions. Schools, colleges, and polytechnics organise events to create awareness among students. Speeches, extemporaneous talks, quizes, and essay writing competitions provide opportunities for students to participate. While Republic Day and Independence Day both focus on national values of sovereignty, autonomy, and independence, it's important to note their distinctiveness.

Republic Day 2024: FAQs

India's 75th Republic Day is just around the corner, and the excitement is palpable! To mark this momentous occasion, let's look at some frequently asked questions about the day:

Q: When is Republic Day celebrated?

Republic Day is celebrated annually on January 26. It marks the date in 1950 when the Constitution of India came into effect, officially turning India into a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic.

Q: Who is the chief guest for Republic Day 2024?

The esteemed guest for this year's Republic Day celebrations is President Emmanuel Macron of France. This marks a significant moment in India-France relations, further strengthening the bond between the two nations.

Q: What are the key highlights of the Republic Day celebrations?

The Grand Republic Day Parade:  The centrepiece of the celebrations is the vibrant parade held on Rajpath in New Delhi. This spectacular showcase features marching contingents from the Indian armed forces, cultural tableaux representing different states and union territories, and breathtaking acrobatics by daredevils.  

Address by the president:  The president of India delivers a speech to the nation, highlighting the country's achievements and outlining its future goals.

Award ceremony:  Gallantry awards like the Param Vir Chakra, Ashok Chakra, and Vir Chakra are bestowed upon brave soldiers and citizens for their exceptional service to the nation.

Cultural events:  A tapestry of cultural performances showcasing India's diverse traditions and heritage enthrals the audience throughout the day.  

Q: How can I watch the Republic Day parade?

You can witness the parade live on various channels, including Doordarshan and major news networks. Several online platforms also stream the event live, making it accessible to viewers worldwide.

Q. Are there any special arrangements for viewing the parade in person?

Tickets are issued for designated viewing stands along Rajpath for those who wish to experience the parade firsthand. However, the application process usually begins months in advance, and tickets tend to get filled quickly.

Q. What is the significance of celebrating Republic Day?

Republic Day is not just a national holiday; it's a day to reflect on India's journey as a democracy, acknowledge the sacrifices made by its people, and reaffirm our commitment to the values enshrined in the Constitution. It's a day to celebrate our unity in diversity and pledge to work towards a brighter future for all Indians.

Let's all come together to make this 75th Republic Day a truly memorable event!

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Republic Day Essay in 150 words, 500 Words & 10 Lines

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Republic Day Essay in English – Republic Day is a significant celebration in India, commemorating the adoption of the Constitution on January 26, 1950. This momentous occasion marked India’s transition into a sovereign republic, separate from British rule. The Constitution replaced the Government of India Act 1935, becoming the guiding document for the nation.

The Republic Day Essay offers a comprehensive exploration of the significance and celebrations associated with India’s Republic Day. The essay delves into the historical background, emphasizing the adoption of the Constitution on January 26, 1950, marking India’s transition to a sovereign republic. It covers the distinctions between Republic Day and Independence Day, shedding light on the pivotal role January 26 played in India’s struggle for freedom.

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Republic Day Essay in 500 Words

Republic Day in India is celebrated annually on January 26th. The essay highlights republic day is celebrated with patriotic fervor and includes a grand parade in the capital, New Delhi, showcasing the nation’s military might, cultural diversity, and technological advancements. It’s a time for citizens to reflect on their civic responsibilities and contribute to the nation’s progress.

Republic Day: Celebrating India’s Constitutional Pride

Introduction: Republic Day in India is celebrated on the 26th of January every year. It marks the day when the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950, replacing the Government of India Act (1935) as the governing document. This day holds immense significance as it signifies the establishment of India as a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic.

Historical Background: Republic Day is not just a celebration; it is a tribute to the struggle and sacrifices made by our freedom fighters. The date, 26th January, was chosen because it was on this day in 1930 when the Indian National Congress declared Purna Swaraj, complete independence from British rule.

The Constitution of India: The highlight of Republic Day is the grand parade that takes place in the capital, New Delhi. This parade showcases the military strength, cultural diversity, and technological advancements of the nation. The President of India hoists the national flag, and the event is graced by the presence of dignitaries.

Republic Day Parade: The Republic Day parade is a spectacular display of India’s unity in diversity. It begins at Rajpath and proceeds to the historic Red Fort. The three services of the Indian Armed Forces – the Army, Navy, and Air Force – showcase their strength, and various states present their cultural heritage through colorful tableaus.

Cultural Extravaganza: In addition to the military display, Republic Day celebrations feature a cultural extravaganza. School children, folk dancers, and artists from different states participate in the parade, reflecting the rich tapestry of Indian culture. This cultural display reinforces the idea of unity among diversity.

Importance of Republic Day : Republic Day serves as a reminder of the values enshrined in the Constitution – justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity. It instills a sense of pride and patriotism among the citizens and reinforces their commitment to upholding the democratic principles laid down by the founding fathers.

Role of Citizens: While the official celebrations are grand, the true spirit of Republic Day lies in the hearts of the citizens. It is a day to reflect on our responsibilities as citizens, to contribute positively to the nation’s progress, and to protect the ideals of the Constitution.

Challenges and Aspirations: As India celebrates its Republic Day, it also faces various challenges. Issues like poverty, corruption, and social inequality persist. Republic Day should serve as a reminder that these challenges need collective efforts to overcome. It is an occasion to renew our commitment to building a just and inclusive society.

Conclusion: Republic Day is more than a public holiday; it is a day of introspection and rededication. It symbolizes the triumph of democracy and the aspirations of a nation. As citizens, it is our duty to uphold the principles laid down by the Constitution and contribute to the continued growth and prosperity of our beloved country. Republic Day is not just a celebration; it is a reaffirmation of our commitment to the ideals that define us as a republic.

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Essay on Republic Day and its Celebrations

Republic Day is a momentous occasion in the history of India, celebrated annually on January 26th. This day marks the enforcement of the Indian Constitution in 1950. The essay covers significance, celebrations, history, Symbolism and Patriotism. The essay also touches upon the diverse cultural displays, marches, and parades that contribute to creating a festive and educational atmosphere within schools during this national celebration.

Republic Day: A Celebration of India’s Democracy

Introduction: Republic Day is one of the most significant national events in India, celebrated with great fervor on January 26th every year. The day holds historical importance as it marks the adoption of the Indian Constitution in 1950, replacing the Government of India Act (1935). The celebration is a testament to India’s democratic values and the establishment of a sovereign republic.

Historical Background:

  • Transition to a Republic : Republic Day commemorates India’s transition from a constitutional monarchy to a sovereign socialist secular democratic republic.
  • Adoption of the Constitution: On January 26, 1950, India’s Constitution, drafted by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and his team, was adopted, symbolizing the country’s commitment to democracy.
  • The Making of the Constitution – Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, the chief architect of the Indian Constitution, played a pivotal role in shaping the democratic principles that underpin the nation. This part delves into the meticulous process of drafting the Constitution and the values it enshrines.

Significance of 26th January:

  • Declaration of Purna Swaraj: January 26 has historical significance as it was on this day in 1930 that the Indian National Congress declared Purna Swaraj (Complete Independence) at its Lahore Session.
  • Observance of Independence Day: Until 1947, January 26 was celebrated as Independence Day. However, after gaining independence, August 15 became the official Independence Day.
  • The choice of this date is symbolic, as it aligns with the Declaration of Indian Independence made by the I ndian National Congress on January 26, 1930. In simple terms, Republic Day commemorates the birth of the Indian Republic and its journey towards self-governance.

Independence Day vs. Republic Day:

  • Distinguishing the Dates: While Independence Day is celebrated on August 15th to mark India’s freedom from British rule in 1947, Republic Day commemorates the adoption of the Constitution on January 26, 1950.
  • Significance of January 26th: This date was chosen as it symbolizes the complete independence India aspired for during the freedom movement.

Republic Day Celebrations:

Republic Day Celebrations in Schools

  • Cultural Programs: Schools play a crucial role in celebrating Republic Day. Cultural programs, competitions, and patriotic activities are organized to instill a sense of national pride in students.
  • Competitions: Essay writing, speech, drawing, and painting competitions are held to encourage creative expression among students.

Republic Day Celebration at Rajpath, New Delhi:

The President of India addresses the nation on Republic Day, reflecting on the country’s achievements and outlining future goals.

1. Flag Hoisting Event:

  • The central event in New Delhi involves the hoisting of the national flag by the President of India at Rajpath. This is accompanied by the singing of the national anthem.

2. Indian Armed Forces Parade:

  • A grand parade takes place, showcasing the strength and capabilities of all three wings of the Indian Armed Forces. Military bands, NCC cadets, and ex-army personnel participate, adding to the spectacle.

3. Tableaus from States:

  • Each state displays a tableau that represents its unique culture, traditions, and achievements. These colorful and thematic presentations contribute to the diversity of India.

4. Folk Dances and Stunts:

  • Participants, including students and army personnel, present folk dances and various stunts that reflect the vibrant and dynamic spirit of India.

4. Republic Day Parade:

  • Flag Hoisting: The President hoists the national flag, and the national anthem is sung, marking the commencement of the celebrations.
  • Indian Armed Forces Parade: A spectacular parade showcases the prowess of the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force. Military bands, NCC cadets, and ex-servicemen participate in the event.

5. Tableaus and Cultural Representations:

  • State Tableaus: Each state presents a tableau depicting its cultural heritage, traditions, and achievements. This adds a colorful and diverse dimension to the celebrations.
  • Cultural Performances: Folk dances, music, and other cultural presentations by participants contribute to the vibrant atmosphere.

6. Beating the Retreat Ceremony:

  • Symbolic Conclusion: The Republic Day celebrations conclude with the Beating the Retreat Ceremony on January 29th. It marks the end of the festivities with a musical extravaganza and the lowering of the national flag.

Cultural Pageantry: Republic Day celebrations emphasize India’s cultural diversity. The parade includes vibrant cultural performances from various states, showcasing traditional dances, music, and art forms. These presentations reflect the unity in diversity that defines India.

Educational Significance:

A. Importance in Schools and Colleges

  • Nurturing Patriotism in the Young Minds

Republic Day is a significant event in the academic calendar. Schools and colleges organize various programs, including speeches, debates, and cultural events, instilling a sense of patriotism and civic responsibility among students.

B. Understanding Constitutional Values

  • Civic Education on Republic Day

This part emphasizes the role of Republic Day in promoting civic education, fostering an understanding of democratic principles, and encouraging citizens to actively participate in the democratic process.

Symbolism and Patriotism: A. National Symbols

  • Tricolor, Emblem, and Anthem

Republic Day is infused with symbolism, with the national flag, emblem, and anthem taking center stage. This section explores the significance of these symbols and their role in reinforcing a collective national identity.

B. Patriotism in Action

  • Volunteerism and Social Initiatives

Republic Day serves as a catalyst for civic engagement. This part discusses how citizens participate in volunteer activities and social initiatives, contributing to the welfare of the community and reinforcing the spirit of patriotism.

Awards and Recognitions: Republic Day is also the occasion to honor individuals for their exceptional service to the nation. The prestigious Padma Awards, including Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan, and Padma Shri, are conferred by the President. These awards recognize outstanding contributions in various fields such as art, literature, science, and public service.

Conclusion: Republic Day is not just a day of celebration but a reminder of the democratic ideals and principles that form the foundation of India. The festivities signify the unity in diversity and the resilience of a nation that values freedom and democracy. The annual celebration serves as a collective reaffirmation of India’s commitment to its constitutional values.

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About Republic Day in 10 Lines

Republic Day in India is celebrated on January 26th every year. It marks the day when the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950, replacing the Government of India Act (1935) as the governing document of India. The adoption of the constitution made India a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic.

  • Republic Day is celebrated annually on January 26th in India.
  • The day commemorates the enforcement of the Indian Constitution in 1950.
  • It marks India’s transition into a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic.
  • January 26th was chosen as it signifies the declaration of Purna Swaraj in 1930.
  • The main celebration takes place at Rajpath, New Delhi, with a grand parade.
  • The President of India unfurls the national flag, and a military parade follows.
  • The parade showcases India’s military strength, cultural diversity, and technological advancements.
  • States present colorful tableaus depicting their cultural heritage.
  • Schools actively participate in Republic Day celebrations with various events.
  • Republic Day is a reminder of India’s democratic values and unity in diversity.

Essay on January 26 School Events in 150 Words

The essay on “January 26 events in Schools” encapsulates the vibrant celebrations that take place in educational institutions across India on Republic Day. It explores the various activities that unfold in schools, such as flag hoisting, singing the national anthem, and engaging in cultural programs. The essay delves into the significance of these events in fostering a sense of unity, pride, and patriotism among students.

On January 26th, schools across India celebrate Republic Day with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervor. The day usually begins with the hoisting of the national flag by the school principal or a special guest. This is followed by the singing of the national anthem, creating a sense of unity and pride among students.

Various cultural programs are organized, including patriotic songs, dances, and skits depicting the rich cultural diversity of India. Students actively participate in essay writing and speech competitions, expressing their thoughts on the significance of Republic Day. The events aim to instill a sense of patriotism and educate students about the importance of the Indian Constitution.

Many schools also organize marches, parades, or drills performed by students showcasing discipline and unity. These events not only celebrate the democratic values of the country but also serve as a platform for students to showcase their talents and understanding of the nation’s history and ideals.

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Republic Day Essay in English for Students: 100, 200, 500 Words

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India takes great pride in and enthusiasm for its annual Republic Day celebration on January 26. Every Indian citizen recognises the significance of this day. It serves as a reminder of the day India embraced democracy and achieved true independence. Almost three years after gaining our independence, on January 26, 1950, Indians established themselves as a sovereign, secular, socialist, and democratic republic. Here are a few sample topics on ‘Republic Day Essay'.

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Republic Day Essay in English for Students: 100, 200, 500 Words

India's citizens celebrate Republic Day on January 26 yearly with great excitement and passion. It is celebrated to recognise the significance of being the Sovereign Democratic Republic, which was established on January 26, 1950, following the implementation of the Indian Constitution. Additionally, it is a time to recall and celebrate India's historic independence from British rule. India ultimately gained its independence from British domination on August 15, 1947. For more than 200 years, the British ruled the country.

India gained independence, but a government was urgently needed to ensure the country's smooth operation. The nation's citizens commemorate and honour the great leaders and freedom warriors on this day for their contributions to the country's liberation.

The day that our Constitution was implemented in 1950 is commemorated as Republic Day on January 26 each year. After this day, our country truly became democratic and independent. The diligent effort of great men like Mahatma Gandhi and the many other freedom fighters who fought and gave their lives for the country's sovereignty resulted in the adoption of the Indian Constitution, which is the fundamental law being enacted.

People of all races, religions, colours, and backgrounds come together on this day to commemorate the event with tremendous zeal and enthusiasm. The Indian Military participates in the event and displays the grandeur associated with it in a large parade held in Delhi, the nation's capital. The parade, which begins after the president hoists the national flag and citizens honour martyrs who gave their lives while defending the nation, displays the country's pride and vibrant diversity.

Schools host a variety of cultural events in honour of Republic Day. With tremendous energy and excitement, students take part in different programmes. All educational institutions hold competitions for essay writing, speeches, sketching and painting, among other things. Students also perform plays and skits on the freedom fighters who fought for India's independence.

Republic Day holds a historical significance for the nation. The nation first put the Constitution into effect on January 26, 1950. The Indian National Congress elected Jawaharlal Nehru as its leader, and on January 26, 1930, Poorna Swaraj, or Independence Day, was inaugurated.

Republic Day has a significant historical impact. On August 15, 1947, Indians took their freedom back from the Britishers but we had no constitution, political parties, or governance structure. India put the Constitution into effect on January 26, 1950. On January 26, 1930, Poorna Swaraj was proclaimed, and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was chosen to lead the Indian National Congress. However, it was only on August 15, 1947 that we gained our independence.

After India gained independence, a unique constitutive parliament was chosen to establish the Indian Constitution. Dr B.R. Ambedkar headed the constitution-drafting committee. Other nations' constitutions were also considered when drafting India’s constitution. The Indian Constitution was created, at last, 166 days later.

It was designed to guarantee equal rights to all Indian citizens, regardless of their religion, culture, caste, sex, or creed. The Constitution of India was adopted and put into effect on January 26, 1950, and that day is known as Republic Day. Additionally, it signifies the end of British control and the establishment of India as a Republic State.

The country’s capital, New Delhi, hosts the Republic Day parade, which the Ministry of Defense organises. India's 3-day Republic Day festivities begin at the gates of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the President's residence, with a meaningful ceremony. It continues on Rajpath through the India Gate to Raisina Hill.

India's cultural, social, and military strengths are on display in the parade. Nine to twelve distinct Indian Army battalions march past alongside the Navy and Air Force while dressed in full regalia and official insignia. This parade includes twelve contingents from different paramilitary groups in India and police forces. The President of India, who serves as the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces, accepts the salute.

Every Indian citizen values Republic Day. This holiday, one of India's national celebrations, evokes everyone's sense of patriotism. This is one of the occasions that aids in introducing the younger generation to our wonderful Indian heritage and culture. This is the day on which we honour the great leaders and freedom warriors who gave their lives in defence of the nation.

Republic Day also teaches us the value of togetherness and how it supported the Indian freedom movement in its struggle against the British Empire, which was far more potent. Mahatma Gandhi's nonviolence movement showed us how to overcome an adversary far more powerful than us without using force or spilling any blood. The Constitution ensures that there is no caste, creed, or religious discrimination in the country, and Republic Day serves as a reminder of this.

On the eve of Republic Day, the Indian President awards ‘Padmas’ to the people of India. To receive a Bharat Ratna or Bhushan Padma prize, you do not need to hold a specific title. A special committee nominates people. The Bharat Ratna and the Padma Awards are the two highest civilian honours. There are three different categories for the Padma Bhushan Award: Padma Vibhusan, Padma Bhushan, and Padma Shri.

The second-highest civilian honour, the Padma Vibhusan, is granted for exceptional and distinguished service.

The Padma Bhushan is the third-highest civilian honour granted for exceptionally meritorious service.

The Padma Shri is India's fourth-highest civilian honour, granted to individuals for exemplary service.

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Underwriter

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Operations Manager

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Transportation Planner

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Environmental Engineer

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Orthotist and Prosthetist

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Pathologist

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Audiologist

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For an individual who opts for a career as an actor, the primary responsibility is to completely speak to the character he or she is playing and to persuade the crowd that the character is genuine by connecting with them and bringing them into the story. This applies to significant roles and littler parts, as all roles join to make an effective creation. Here in this article, we will discuss how to become an actor in India, actor exams, actor salary in India, and actor jobs. 

Individuals who opt for a career as acrobats create and direct original routines for themselves, in addition to developing interpretations of existing routines. The work of circus acrobats can be seen in a variety of performance settings, including circus, reality shows, sports events like the Olympics, movies and commercials. Individuals who opt for a career as acrobats must be prepared to face rejections and intermittent periods of work. The creativity of acrobats may extend to other aspects of the performance. For example, acrobats in the circus may work with gym trainers, celebrities or collaborate with other professionals to enhance such performance elements as costume and or maybe at the teaching end of the career.

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Radio Jockey

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Multimedia Specialist

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Republic Day Essay For School Students and Children

Republic Day Essay: Every year on January 26, India celebrates Republic Day with great pride and enthusiasm. This day is of immense significance to all Indians.

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Republic Day Essay: Republic Day is a highly important national holiday in India, celebrated with great enthusiasm every year on January 26th. It commemorates the adoption of the Indian Constitution and the transformation of India from a British Dominion to a sovereign democratic republic. This day carries significant historical and emotional weight for the people of India, representing their long struggle for freedom, justice, and equality.

Here we will discuss the history and significance of Republic Day, the grandeur of its celebrations, the important role of the Indian Constitution, and the principles it embodies. We will also explore how Republic Day influences the collective mindset of the nation and its relevance in today’s world.

Republic Day Essay in English

Republic Day holds immense national significance in India, marked by spirited celebrations every January 26th. It marks the adoption of the Indian Constitution, signifying India’s transition from a British Dominion to a sovereign democratic republic, embodying the enduring struggle for freedom, justice, and equality. Here we are covering Republic Day Essays in English. These essays will help you to enhance your knowledge and also help in school exams and essay writing competition.

Long and Short Republic Day Essay

Republic Day is a highly important national holiday in India, celebrated with great enthusiasm every year on January 26th. It commemorates the adoption of the Indian Constitution and the transformation of India from a British Dominion to a sovereign democratic republic. This day carries significant historical and emotional weight for the people of India, representing their long struggle for freedom, justice, and equality. Below we are covering Republic Day Essay in 500 words, Republic Day Essay in 250 words, Republic Day Essay in 150 word, and Republic Day Essay in 10 Lines, That will Enhance your Knowledge and also help in school exams and essay writing competition.

Republic Day Essay in 500 Words

Explore Republic Day Essay in 500 Words. Republic Day essay for a deeper grasp of the significance and relevance of this Indian holiday. Ideal for school exams and essay writing competitions, 

Historical Background 

The history of Republic Day dates back to August 15, 1947, when India achieved independence from British colonial rule. However, at that time, India did not have a permanent constitution and operated under the Government of India Act, 1935, which had colonial roots.

To rectify this situation, the Constituent Assembly of India was established in 1947, led by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, with the purpose of drafting a constitution for the newly independent nation. After years of deliberation and discussions, the Indian Constitution was officially adopted on January 26, 1950, replacing the Government of India Act as the highest law of the land. This historic moment marked the birth of the Republic of India, solidifying its status as a sovereign democratic republic.

The Adoption of the Indian Constitution

On January 26, 1950, India’s Constitution became the law of the land, and this was when the Republic of India officially started. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, who was in charge of creating the Constitution, played a very important role in shaping it. This Constitution forms the basis for a fair and equal society in India and includes principles like justice, freedom, equality, and unity.

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The Significance of Republic Day

Republic Day is celebrated with immense enthusiasm in India. It’s not just a day off but a time for people to reflect, remember, and renew their commitment to the country’s core values. Different parts of India organize various events and ceremonies to mark this special day.

Flag Hoisting Ceremony: The day begins with the President of India hoisting the national flag at the historic Rajpath in New Delhi. This event is attended by dignitaries, political leaders, and citizens. The raising of the flag is accompanied by the rendition of the national anthem.

Parade and Pageantry: The Republic Day Parade is a spectacular display of India’s rich cultural diversity and military prowess. It features marching contingents, tableaus representing different states, and impressive displays of the armed forces. The parade also showcases the country’s achievements in various fields.

Cultural Programs: Cultural programs and performances by school children and artists are organized to celebrate the country’s cultural heritage. These performances often depict India’s unity in diversity and showcase its traditional dances, music, and art forms.

Patriotic fervor: Republic Day is a day when citizens come together to celebrate their identity as Indians. People wear traditional attire, fly kites, distribute sweets, and exchange greetings. It is a time for reaffirming national pride and unity.

Republic Day serves as more than a mere festivity; it stands as a poignant reflection of India’s transformation from colonial rule to its current status as the world’s largest democracy. This significant day serves as a constant reminder of the principles enshrined in the Constitution and underscores the duties of citizens in safeguarding them. 

It offers an opportunity for contemplation on the advancements achieved and the obstacles that still need to be surmounted in the pursuit of a fair, inclusive, and prosperous society. Above all, Republic Day is an occasion for every Indian to swell with pride over their nation’s democratic principles and its rich tapestry of diverse cultural heritage. It is a day when the spirit of patriotism soars high, reminding us of our duty to preserve and protect the principles that make India a vibrant and thriving republic.

Republic Day Essay in 200 Words

Explore Republic Day Essay in 200 Words. Republic Day essay for a deeper grasp of the significance and relevance of this Indian holiday. Ideal for school exams and essay writing competitions, 

Republic Day is a significant national holiday in India, observed with great enthusiasm on January 26th each year. It commemorates the adoption of the Indian Constitution in 1950, marking India’s transformation into a sovereign democratic republic. This day holds immense historical and emotional importance, symbolizing the nation’s long struggle for freedom, justice, and equality.

On August 15, 1947, India achieved independence from British colonial rule. However, it lacked a permanent constitution at that time and functioned under the Government of India Act, 1935. To address this, the Constituent Assembly of India, led by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, was formed to draft a constitution. After years of deliberation, India’s Constitution was officially adopted on January 26, 1950, replacing the colonial-era laws. This marked the birth of the Republic of India.

Republic Day is celebrated with a flag hoisting ceremony by the President at Rajpath in New Delhi. The day features a grand parade showcasing India’s diverse culture and military prowess. Cultural programs and patriotic fervor are also integral parts of the celebrations.

Republic Day is a reminder of India’s democratic principles and the responsibilities of its citizens. It reflects the nation’s progress and the need for continued efforts towards a just, inclusive, and prosperous society. Above all, it fills every Indian with pride in their democratic heritage and cultural diversity, fostering a strong sense of patriotism.

Republic Day Essay in 150 Words

Explore Republic Day Essay in 150  Words. Republic Day essay for a deeper grasp of the significance and relevance of this Indian holiday. Ideal for school exams and essay writing competitions, 

Republic Day, observed annually on January 26th, marks a pivotal moment in India’s history—the adoption of the Indian Constitution in 1950, which established the country as a democratic republic. This milestone followed India’s hard-fought independence from British colonial rule on August 15, 1947.

The heart of Republic Day celebrations lies in New Delhi, where the President unfurls the national flag at Rajpath, accompanied by the resonant strains of the national anthem. Dignitaries, political leaders, and citizens alike gather to pay homage to India’s democratic values.

The day’s highlight is the grand parade, featuring marching contingents, state-themed floats, and impressive displays of the armed forces. It showcases India’s cultural diversity and military prowess, fostering national pride.

Cultural performances, involving schoolchildren and artists, highlight India’s rich cultural heritage and unity in diversity. Republic Day serves as a reminder of citizens’ role in preserving democratic ideals and advancing towards a just and prosperous society, instilling a profound sense of patriotism and pride in India’s democratic legacy and diverse culture.

Republic Day Essay in 10 Lines

Explore Republic Day Essay in 10 Lines. Republic Day essay for a deeper grasp of the significance and relevance of this Indian holiday. Ideal for school exams and essay competitions, 

  • Republic Day is celebrated on January 26th in India.
  • It marks the day when the Indian Constitution came into effect in 1950.
  • India gained independence from British rule on August 15, 1947.
  • The President hoists the national flag at Rajpath in New Delhi.
  • A grand parade showcases India’s culture, diversity, and military strength.
  • Cultural programs and performances are held to celebrate the nation’s heritage.
  • Republic Day is a reminder of India’s commitment to democracy, justice, and equality.
  • It instills patriotism and pride in every Indian citizen.
  • The day encourages reflection on upholding democratic values and unity.
  • Republic Day is a symbol of India’s democratic legacy and diverse culture.

Republic Day Essay in Hindi

Explore Republic Day Essay in Hindi. Republic Day essay for a deeper grasp of the significance and relevance of this Indian holiday. Ideal for school exams and essay writing competitions, 

गणतंत्र दिवस भारत में एक महत्वपूर्ण राष्ट्रीय अवकाश है, जो प्रत्येक वर्ष 26 जनवरी को बड़े उत्साह के साथ मनाया जाता है। यह 1950 में भारतीय संविधान को अपनाने की याद दिलाता है, जो भारत के एक संप्रभु लोकतांत्रिक गणराज्य में परिवर्तन का प्रतीक है। यह दिन अत्यधिक ऐतिहासिक और भावनात्मक महत्व रखता है, जो स्वतंत्रता, न्याय और समानता के लिए देश के लंबे संघर्ष का प्रतीक है।

15 अगस्त, 1947 को भारत ने ब्रिटिश औपनिवेशिक शासन से स्वतंत्रता प्राप्त की। हालाँकि, उस समय इसमें स्थायी संविधान का अभाव था और यह भारत सरकार अधिनियम, 1935 के तहत कार्य करता था। इसे संबोधित करने के लिए, डॉ. बी.आर. के नेतृत्व में भारत की संविधान सभा का गठन किया गया। अम्बेडकर का गठन एक संविधान का मसौदा तैयार करने के लिए किया गया था। वर्षों के विचार-विमर्श के बाद, औपनिवेशिक युग के कानूनों की जगह, 26 जनवरी 1950 को भारत के संविधान को आधिकारिक तौर पर अपनाया गया था। इससे भारत गणराज्य का जन्म हुआ।

गणतंत्र दिवस नई दिल्ली में राजपथ पर राष्ट्रपति द्वारा ध्वजारोहण समारोह के साथ मनाया जाता है। इस दिन भारत की विविध संस्कृति और सैन्य शक्ति का प्रदर्शन करने वाली एक भव्य परेड होती है। सांस्कृतिक कार्यक्रम और देशभक्ति का उत्साह भी उत्सव का अभिन्न अंग हैं।

गणतंत्र दिवस भारत के लोकतांत्रिक सिद्धांतों और उसके नागरिकों की जिम्मेदारियों की याद दिलाता है। यह देश की प्रगति और एक न्यायपूर्ण, समावेशी और समृद्ध समाज की दिशा में निरंतर प्रयासों की आवश्यकता को दर्शाता है। सबसे बढ़कर, यह प्रत्येक भारतीय को उनकी लोकतांत्रिक विरासत और सांस्कृतिक विविधता पर गर्व से भर देता है, देशभक्ति की मजबूत भावना को बढ़ावा देता है।

Republic Day Essay FAQs

Republic Day, observed annually on January 26th, is a national holiday in India dedicated to commemorating the adoption of the Indian Constitution and the nation's transition to a republic.

Republic Day is celebrated on January 26th because it marks the anniversary of the day when the Indian Constitution was formally adopted and India became a republic.

Republic Day is significant as it symbolizes India's commitment to democracy, equality, and justice. It honors the values enshrined in the Constitution and celebrates the nation's sovereignty.

The President of India hoists the national flag on Republic Day at the Rajpath in New Delhi.

Republic Day serves as a reminder to citizens of their role in upholding democratic values, preserving national unity, and working towards the progress and prosperity of the nation.

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Republic Day Essay in English: Short and Long Essay for Students on 26th January

Republic day essay in english: in this article, school students and children of class 5-10 can find essays on republic day in english. here, short and long essays of 150 words, 200 words, and more have been provided. the essay can be used by students in their competitions and examinations. .

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Why is Republic Day Celebrated? 

Essay on republic day in english , sample essay on republic day in english.

26th January marks the Republic Day in India, making it an important day in the Indian calendar. In 1950, our nation adapted to the ratified constitution thus converting the nation from dominion to autonomous. The Constituent Assembly of India adopted the constitution in 1949 but it came into effect from 26th January 1950, thus marking it as the Republic Day of India. Since then, the day has been celebrated on the Kartavya Path in New Delhi. This year, India is going to celebrate its 75th Republic Day in 2024. 

The Republic Day Parade is the most important event of the day where all the officials of the nation gather on the Kartavya Path to witness the parade. The state-wise tableau presentation also makes the parade an interesting appeal to the eye. It is the time when all the 140 crore Hindustanis sit in front of their TVs, glued to them with utmost pride in their hearts. All the states prepare a tableau for the Republic Day Parade and the best ones get selected for the final display. The tableaus are based on a theme pertaining to the authenticity and uniqueness of the state. For example: the UP Tableau in the 2023 Republic Day Parade showcased the most awaited Ram Mandir of Ayodhya in an impeccable manner.  

Essay on Republic Day 2024

26th January marks the Republic Day in India, making it an important day in the Indian calendar. In 1950, our nation adapted to the ratified constitution thus converting the nation from dominion to autonomous. The Constituent Assembly of India adopted the constitution in 1949 but it came into effect on 26th January 1950, thus marking it as the Republic Day of India. Since then, the day has been celebrated on the Kartavya Path in New Delhi. This year, India is going to celebrate its 75th Republic Day in 2024. 

For Republic Day 2024, the parade is themed 'India- the Mother of Democracy'. The French President Emmanuel Macron will be the chief guest at the ceremony. India is about to celebrate its 75th Republic Day this year. Visitors who wish to watch the parade physically can download the tickets online by visiting the official website of the Ministry of Defence. However, the ticket counter will be closed by January 25, 2024.

10 Lines on Republic Day in English 

  • Republic Day has been celebrated on 26th January every year since 1950. In 2024, India is about to celebrate its 75th Republic Day. 
  • The day is celebrated to commemorate a significant moment in the history of India, where the first ever constitution of India came into force for Indians. 
  • Republic Day parade is celebrated on Rajpath (officially named Kartavya Path) in New Delhi where the parade, unfurling of the flag by the President.
  • Post-independence, India was in dire need of a constitution in which the laws were formed keeping the Indians in mind. Until the formation and implementation of the Indian constitution, we abided by the colonial laws and rules, basically functioning on their law and order system like a puppet. Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first president of independent India under his guidance along with the constituent assembly formed the largest constitution of the world. The Constitution of India in 2 years, 11 months, and 18 days. 
  • It was on 26th January 1950 when the constitution came into effect. Thus, marking it as an essential day in the Indian calendar. 
  • Schools, offices, and colleges organize various activities within their capacities to celebrate one of the most important days in the nation. Usually, the unfurling of the flag, national anthem, dance, and singing programs based on martyrs, freedom fighters, and prominent people from Indian history are performed as part of the celebration. 
  • 26th January is one of the three national holidays of the country. 
  • Republic Day diverted our country from dominion rule to democracy and implemented the essence of Swaraj, thus permanently ending colonial rule in all forms. 
  • All the states and UTs prepare their tableau for the selection in the Republic Day tableau but only the best 15 ones get selected for the final display every year.
  • For Republic Day 2024, a few changes have been initiated by the government. These are: every state and UT will get a chance to display their tableau in the Republic Day parade at a gap of three years, the participation process from the state’s end will be initiated three years in advance and new 30 agencies have been recruited and chosen for the design and manufacturing of the tableaus. 

Republic Day Essay Topics

  • Significance and pivotal role of Republic day in India’s history
  • How the Constitution of India achieved the tag of the world’s largest constitution
  • History behind the formation of the Constitution of India
  • Republic Day Celebrations: From 1950 to 2024
  • Architects of the Constitution of India
  • History behind Tiranga
  • Importance of Constitution

Tips For Essay Writing

  • The essay should be broken down into three segments: Introduction, Body, and Conclusion
  • It should be written on a particular topic and theme. It is important to stick to the theme
  • Students should ensure that the essay consists of some statistics, numbers, facts, and figures from authentic studies or documents. 
  • Including quotes makes the essay interesting
  • Add your opinion in a few sentences to provide your perspective on the topic
  • Keep your thoughts clear, concise, and to the point
  • Essay should explore various opinions, advantages, disadvantages, and more concepts 
  • The most important tip is to use your own creativity in writing. 
  • Use understandable and easy form of language in your writing

Republic Day essay in English has been provided here along with some topic suggestions. Also, use the 10 lines on Republic Day to create an impactful essay on the auspicious occasion of Republic Day. The day holds an immense amount of importance for all the Indians all over the world. The celebration of this day, right from the unfurling of the flag to the end of the Republic Day Parade creates a history in itself. However, this year some changes in the tableau display have been initiated where each state will get an opportunity to display their tableau. 

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26 Fun Activities for India’s Republic Day Celebrations at School

Wednesday January 11, 2023

essay writing competition on republic day

Republic Day of India is one of the most important days in the country’s calendar. It marks the day when the Constitution of India came into effect, making India an independent and sovereign nation. It is also a day to honour India’s struggle for freedom and the hard-fought victory that established India as a republic.

The Constitution of India provides the framework for the governance of the country and ensures that all citizens are treated equally, regardless of their caste, creed, or religion. It is a day to celebrate the rights and privileges of all citizens and to honour the brave patriots who gave their lives to make India an independent nation. Celebrated on the 26th of January every year, it commemorates the proud history of India and its people, as well as the progress made over the years.

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Schools across the country use this occasion to teach children about the importance of the day and how to be proud of the country’s rich heritage. On this day, schools across the country conduct special assemblies and activities to commemorate the day. The National Flag of India is hoisted, patriotic songs are sung, and the national anthem is played. Children often participate in various activities, such as essay writing, poem recitation, painting, and cultural performances. These activities are not only fun, but also help to instil a sense of patriotism in young minds.

Interesting activities to do in school on Republic Day of India

Republic Day is a great opportunity to teach children about the importance of the day and to instil a sense of patriotism in them. There are a variety of activities that can be done in school to make the celebration of Republic Day an enjoyable and memorable experience. To make learning about Republic Day more fun and engaging, we have compiled some interesting activities in this blog that can be done in school on the day.

Indoor activities

Hold a quiz competition related to the history of India , Constitution and more in the classroom.

Quiz Competition Republic Day

Hold a debate with the “ importance of Republic Day ” as the topic. You can split the students into two teams and give each of them an opportunity to express their point of view.

Republic Day Students

3. Poster making competition

You can hold a poster making competition on the theme of Republic Day and even reward the students who create the best posters.

Poster Making Competition

Read Also:- Independence Day Celebrations Ideas & Activities

4. Essay writing competition

Organize an essay writing competition on the topic of “What does India’s Republic Day mean to me?” and let your students’ creative juices flow.

Essay writing competition

5. Write a poem/song

This does not necessarily have to be a competition. You can ask the students to write a poem or song on the occasion of Republic Day.

Write a poem song

6. Make a collage

Make a collage about the Indian Constitution. You can ask students to contribute and even help them put together the collage and display it in school.

Make a collage

7. Short film

There is no limit to creativity these days especially with the availability of technology. You can ask the students to make a short film within the class room on the theme of “India’s freedom struggle” and showcase the works in school on Republic Day.

Short film

8. Fancy dress competition

Organize a fancy dress competition where students dress up as freedom fighters and personalities relevant to the day.

Fancy dress competition

9. Musicals

Hold a musical show with your talented students regarding the history of India to remind everyone of the day’s significance.

Musicals Activity

10. Exhibition

Let your students collect photographs, newspaper clippings and souvenirs that reflect the themes of patriotism and India’s journey to being a republic.

Republic Day Exhibition

11. Letter writing

This is another activity that does not have to be a competition. Ask the students to write a letter to a freedom fighter thanking them for their contribution.

Letter writing

12. Painting competition

Give students a theme related to Republic Day and let them bring to life what they have in mind regarding the theme in the form of paintings. You can even reward the best paintings.

Painting competition

13. Role Play

This activity is both fun and informative. You can organize role play in the class room where students can impersonate any of the personalities who have had a role in India’s freedom struggle or even act out scenes from the various well-known moments of India’s struggle for freedom.

Role Play

14. Create scrapbooks

Ask students to collect news pieces, images and everything related to the history of India and put together a scrap book. You can also have them gift their scrap books to other students.

Create scrapbooks

15. Short story writing

This is yet another activity that helps students get creative. You can ask the students to write a short story based on “India’s struggle for freedom.”

Short story writing

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Outdoor activities

1. flag hoisting.

Our national festivals always start with flag hoisting. Invite an eminent personality or the heads of the school to hoist the national flag to kick start the Republic Day celebrations.

India Republic Day Flag hoisting

2. March past/parade

Conduct a march past ceremony or Republic Day parade performed by the students, waving the Indian Flag.

March Past

Team students and organize skits that showcase the journey to India’s freedom and being a republic.

Skits

4. Patriotic tag

Organize the patriotic version of the popular game of tag. Let the students tag each other while reciting patriotic slogans.

Patriotic tag

5. Patriotic charades

Charades has been a favourite game, especially amongst students. This Republic Day , organize a game of “patriotic charades” where teams of students can compete to act out scenes related to freedom fighters.

Patriotic Charades

6. Patriotic treasure hunt

Treasure hunt, but make it patriotic. Leave clues related to India’s history in the school premises and let the students search and find them. You can even reward the student who finds the most clues.

Patriotic treasure hunt

7. Patriotic bingo

This is yet another patriotic version of one of the popular games among students – bingo. In the game of “patriotic bingo,” students can fill out cards with patriotic slogans.

Bingo

8. Singing competition

Organize a singing competition, where students can sing patriotic songs. This can be a solo or a group event.

Singing competition

9. Dance off

Dance offs bring in the festive mood and enthusiasm among participants as well spectators. Have a “patriotic dance off” where teams of students can dance to patriotic songs.

Patriotic bingo

10. Capture the flag

Organize a game of “patriotic capture the flag” where teams of students can divide into two teams and compete to capture the flag.

Capture the flag

11. Republic Day stalls

Organize Republic Day stalls and let students volunteer to sell souvenirs and materials related to the day. You can even donate the money raised for a national cause.

Republic Day stalls

Tips to celebrate Republic Day the fun and safe way

Celebrating Republic Day in school is a great way to teach children about their country’s history and to instill a sense of patriotism in them. However, it is important to ensure that the celebration is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Here are some tips for a fun and safe Republic Day celebration in school.

  • Choose activities that are age-appropriate and relevant to the occasion.
  • Ensure that the activities are conducted in a safe and supervised environment.
  • Make sure that the students follow all safety guidelines and adhere to the school’s code of conduct.
  • Encourage the students to treat the national flag with the utmost respect.
  • Ensure that all activities are conducted in a respectful and dignified manner.
  • Make sure that all activities have an educational component to them.
  • Encourage the students to show respect and appreciation for their country and its history.
  • Ensure that the students are aware of the importance of the day and the significance of the Indian Constitution.
  • Provide adequate resources and materials for the activities.
  • Make sure that all the activities are conducted in a fun and engaging manner.

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Republic Day of India is an important day that marks the country’s adoption of the Indian Constitution. Schools across the country organize various activities to commemorate the day and to teach children about its importance. There are a variety of activities that can be done in school to make the celebration of Republic Day an enjoyable and memorable experience.

From quiz competitions and poster-making to debates and outdoor activities, there are plenty of interesting activities that can be done in school to make the occasion a fun and engaging one. However, it is important to ensure that the celebration is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. By following the tips given above, schools can ensure that their students have a safe and enjoyable Republic Day celebration.

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Essay on Republic Day

26th January is annually celebrated as the Republic of India. On the 75th Republic Day of India, French President Emmanual Macron has been invited as the Chief Guest. Republic Day or Gantantra Diwas is a day of pride, honour and excitement. It was on this day in 1950 that our Constitution came into force. A country is said to be a ‘Republic’ when it is free from foreign oppression and has its own set of constitutional rules and laws for its people.

Although we gained independence on 15th August 1947, it still took as 2 years, 11 months and 17 days to create our constitution. The then Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru , Deputy Prime Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel , Law Minister Dr BR Ambedkar , etc. were some of the chairmen of different committees involved in the creation of the Indian constitution. The 26th of January 2024 will mark the 75th Republic Day of India .

With Republic Day fast approaching, this blog brings to you a few sample essays on Republic Day along with tips for writing an essay!

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In 1934, MN Roy, a nationalist leader, was the first person who gave the idea of an Indian Constituent Assembly, which can help in framing the Consitution of India according to the needs of its people. After independence, in 1947, the first administrative task was to establish a self-made official Indian constitution. After the formation of the Constituent Assembly under the great Presidency of Dr Rajendra Prasad, our Constitution was framed.

The Indian constitution was structured after in-depth study and analysis of various other foreign constitutions and is popular as the lengthiest constitution in the World. It took a total of two years, eleven months, and eighteen days to complete the Constitution which came into force on 26th January 1950 and is celebrated as Republic Day today

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India celebrates Republic Day every year on the 26th of January since 1950 when the constitution of India was formed. Republic Day in India is of great importance in history as it tells us all about the struggle of every freedom fighter. People who were fighting for the Independence of India took a pledge on the same day in 1930 at the banks of River Ravi in Lahore to achieve complete independence (Poorna Swaraj) of India, which came true in the year 1947 on the 15th of August. On the 26th of January in 1950, India was declared a Sovereign, Secular, Socialist, and Democratic Republic which means the people of India had the power to choose the government of the country. It is celebrated by organizing a major event with a special parade at Rajpath, New Delhi in the presence of the President of India by unfurling the National Flag and singing the National Anthem.

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Republic Day is the national festival of India which reminds us about the sacrifices of our great leaders and freedom fighters of the nation. Republic Day is celebrated on 26 January every year by the people of India with great joy and enthusiasm. It is celebrated to honour the importance of being the Sovereign Democratic Republic which was declared after the enforcement of the constitution of India in 1950. In a meeting held on 28th August 1947, it was decided that a drafting committee would be appointed to draft a permanent constitution for India. Dr B.R. Ambedkar was made the chairman of the drafting committee who took the responsibility and submitted the constitution of India to the Assembly on 4th of November, 1947, which was adopted on 26th November, 1949 and came into force on 26th January, 1950. Republic Day is also celebrated to enjoy and remember the historic independence of India from British Rule. The democracy that we have received should be valued by everyone and should not be taken for granted. Everyone should contribute to the development of the nation and spread peace, love, and harmony. 

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Republic Day in India commemorates the day on which the constitution of India came into effect. The day was the 26th of January, 1947, when the constitution of India replaced the Government of India Act (1935), and India officially became a Republic. Since that day, every year 26th of January is celebrated as Republic Day, throughout the country.

The 26th of January, 1950 was also the day when Dr Rajendera Prasad began his term as the first President of India, he served as the President of India till 1962. What was till then the Constituent Assembly of India became the Parliament of India under the new constitution.

Republic Day is celebrated with great pomp and pageantry in India’s capital New Delhi at the historic Rajpath. The Republic Day Parade in New Delhi is a colourful highlight of the celebrations that happen in every state, district, city, and village of India. The Republic Day Parade in New Delhi starts from Rashtrapati Bhavan at Raisina Hill and winds past India Gate. The parade is done before the President of India and the Chief Guest, as well as other dignitaries including the Prime Minister and other Cabinet Ministers.

The Republic Day parade showcases the might of the three wings of the Indian Armed Forces and its achievements. The culture and heritage of India and its unity in diversity are also showcased in this glittering parade.

The Indian national flag is hoisted and the National Anthem is played, the President of India inspects a Guard of Honour. As part of the Republic Day celebrations, many national and state awards are conferred. The civilian awards like Bharat Ratna, Padma Vibhushan, etc., are distributed by the President of India on the eve of Republic Day. The beating retreat ceremony held on the 29th of January signals the conclusion of the official Republic Day celebrations of the country.

26th January 1950 is a red-letter day in Indian history. On this day, India became the Sovereign Democratic Republic. It was the day when India attained full independence, even though India became independent on 15 August 1947, it became utterly separate on 26 January 1950. Since then, 26th January is celebrated as Republic Day every year all over India. There is another reason for the Importance of the 26th January, the “India Government Act” was withdrawn and the newly constituted Constitution of India was implemented on this day. The constitution was ready on 26th November 1949, but its promulgation was deferred to coincide with 26th January 1950. On 26th January 1930, the All India Congress Committee at its Lahore Session held under the presidentship of Lt. Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru pledged that India’s aim was “Purna Swaraj” which is complete independence from British rule. Republic Day reminds us of the sacrifices made by many brave-hearted Indians to realize their pledge of complete independence from British rule. This day is celebrated throughout the country with great enthusiasm.

The main reason for celebrating Republic Day is that on this day the constitution of our country came into effect. However, there is another history of the great day, which is quite impressive. It started in December 1929 under the presidency of Pandit Nehru at the Indian National Congress convention held in Lahore. In this, the congress announced that if India were not given Domination still until January 26, 1930, India would declare itself completely Independent, but when this day came. The British government did not respond to this issue. Then, Congress started its active movement from that day to achieve complete freedom. This is the reason that when our country was liberated, on January 26, that day the constitution of India was established.

It is one of three National Festivals, the other two are ‘Gandhi Jayanti’ and ‘Independence Day.’ Being our national festival, every school, college, office, shop, factory, and other business establishment remains closed on this day due to the celebration of Republic Day. It is treated as a National Holiday. Although Republic Day celebrations are held across the country, the major festivals are visible at Rajpath in New Delhi, with the President, the Prime Minister, and other ministers in attendance. The Republic Day march in Delhi is the most significant and imperative of the processions denoting the Republic Day festivities in India. Indian Republic Days’ fascination keeps going for three days. The motorcade exhibits India’s protection ability and social and social legacy. Preceding the beginning of the Parade, the Prime Minister lays a botanical wreath at the Amar Jawan Jyoti, a remembrance of the fallen fighter at the India Gate towards one side of Rajpath, which is trailed by two minutes of silence in the memory of the fallen warriors. The sacrifice of martyrs who lived for their country is remembered on this day. From that point, the Prime Minister arrives at the central dais at Rajpath to join different dignitaries. Subsequently, the president, along with the chief guests, duly escorted by the President’s bodyguard on horseback, arrives to join others at Rajpath. The National Flag is unfurled by the president, after which the National Anthem is played along with a 21-gun salute. Next, essential honours like the Ashok Chakra and Kirti Chakra are given away by the President before the regiments of Armed Forces begin their walk past. The President presents awards of bravery to the members of the armed forces for their extraordinary mettle in the field and the civilians, who have farmed themselves by their distinctive demonstrations of courage in various circumstances. Youngsters who get the National Bravery Award are observed riding on vividly or specially designed elephants or vehicles.

For the event, the best NCC cadets are chosen from all over the country along with school students from different schools in the capital. Each Presentation shows the variety and wealth of the way of life in India. Around 1200 schoolchildren present dances and other cultural activities as a feature of the parade. Next comes the Motorcade which shows bike units of the Armed Forces and civil security services along with a flypast by the Indian Air Force planes and helicopters carrying the national banner and the banners of the armed forces.

All the states of India additionally show specific Jhanki identities with their way of life, customs, and advancement after freedom, demonstrating the presence of ‘Solidarity in Diversity in India.’ Cultural moves are displayed by individuals along with singing and dancing. Towards the end of the occasion, a tri-shading (saffron, white, and green) bloomers in the sky from planes, creating the image of the National Flag.

Republic Day is one of the three national festivals of our country, and it is the day that reminds us of the importance of our freedom. It is a Gazetted Public Holiday in India, and people all over India celebrate Republic Day with a great spirit of patriotism and joy.

  • On 26th January every year, we celebrate Republic Day in India.
  • In 1950, the Constitution was implemented by our freedom fighters and politicians. India turned into a secular and democratic nation with a written Constitution on this day.
  • 26th January is a day when every Indian heart fills up with patriotic fervour and immense love for the motherland. This day gives the message of solidarity and freedom to all the people of India.
  • It was this day when the Indian Tricolour was first unfurled in January 1930 at Lahore, by Pt Jawaharlal Nehru.
  • On this day, all the workplaces stay closed as this day is celebrated as a national occasion.
  • Schools, universities, and other institutions commemorate this day with incredible parades and shows.
  • A grand parade is held in New Delhi, from Raisina Hill near the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
  • The President of India unfurls the National Flag near India Gate and the National Anthem is played.
  • VIPs from various nations are welcomed as Chief Guests on the Republic Day Parade.
  • India shows its rich legacy and solid barrier abilities and the Indian powers, including the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force participate in the procession.

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While writing an essay on Republic Day you can focus on questions like- why is Republic Day celebrated, why was January 26 chosen to mark this occasion, how is Independence Day different from Republic Day, what is Purna Swaraj, history of the national flag, who wrote the constitution of India and try to frame an essay by answering these questions. Apart from this, here are some generalized tips that you should keep in mind while writing an essay:

  • Plan your time and research the topic thoroughly before writing
  • Create important pointers while researching that you can further incorporate into your essay
  • Prepare an outline for the essay to ensure continuity and relevance and no break in the structure of the essay
  • Highlight/underline key pointers throughout the essay
  • Mention authentic and factual data from verified sites
  • Proofread your essay and remove redundancies and errors

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To fill the hearts of students with patriotism, several activities are conducted by schools. Here are some fun activities for students for this Republic Day.

Finger Painting Flag

This is a fun and easy-to-learn activity where students are required to paint the tricolour flag using paints on their hands. All it requires is a sheet of paper (A3 or A4), all the colours included in the Tiranga (Yellow, White, Green, and Blue), water, and paper towels and brushes.

Republic Day Bingo

Playing Republic Day bingo will increase students’ knowledge of India and its symbols, such as national animal, national emblem, national song, etc. This game can be played from anywhere.

Fancy Dress Competition

For Republic Day, students can participate in a fancy dress competition, where they have to dress like freedom fighters or represent any culture of India.

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In India, Republic Day is celebrated every year on January 26 to commemorate the day our Constitution took effect. When India gained independence in 1947, it did not have a permanent written constitution, and its laws were based on an updated version of the British-established Government of India Act 1935. The Drafting Committee for an Indian Constitution was formed by Dr B.R. Ambedkar after a fortnight on August 29, 1947. A celebration of Indian Independence Day is observed on the 26th of January in remembrance of the historic Declaration of Indian Independence (Purna Swaraj) made by the Indian National Congress in 1929.

The 4-day ceremony begins on the morning of 26 th  January with a wreath-laying at India Gate by the Prime Minister of India in honour of those who sacrificed their lives protecting the nation. The Republic Day Celebrations are concluded at Vijay Chowk on 29 th  January with a beating retreat led by the President of India. Ceremonially, the chief guest (the President) is escorted on horseback by a cavalry unit, which then performs the National Salute, followed by the National Anthem (Jan-Gan-Man).

The first Republic Day parade took place at Rajpath in 1950. It has been a tradition to invite the chief guest since the first Republic Day celebrations. It was requested that President Sukarno speak about Indonesia’s struggle for independence from Dutch rule.

On the first day of Republic Day festivities, the National Flag is unfurled at 8 a.m. The National Flag was designed by freedom fighter Pingali Venkayya, who hailed from Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh. Having undergone numerous revisions, the current state of the national flag was adopted on 22nd July 1947.

Rashtrapati Bhavan is the starting point and India Gate is the ending point. Vijay Chowk is at the beginning of the route, which begins at Amar Jawan Jyoti, continues along Rajpath, passes India Gate, and ends at India Gate.

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Republic Day Essay

500+ words essay on republic day (26 january) for students and children.

Republic Day is celebrated on 26th January every year. This day is celebrated with fervour and pride across India. On this day, the Constitution of India came into effect. It marks the day when India got truly independent and attained the historic Purna Swaraj. We became a sovereign, secular, socialist, democratic republic country on 26 January 1950, almost three years post-independence. Here, we have provided a Republic Day Essay. Students can go through this Republic Day Essay to get an idea of how to write an essay on Republic Day during the exam. Then, they can try to write an essay in their own words. They can also practise CBSE Essays on different topics similar to Republic Day Essay to gain command in essay writing.

History of Republic Day

Republic Day is of great historical importance. We got freedom from the British on 15 August 1947, but we were not having any form of government or constitution or political parties. On 26th January 1950, India implemented the Constitution. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was elected as the President of the Indian National Congress and Poorna Swaraj was declared on 26th January 1930. However, we got independence on 15 August 1947.

After independence, a special constituent assembly was appointed for making the Constitution of India. Dr B.R Ambedkar led the constitution drafting committee. While creating India’s constitution, other countries’ constitutions have also been referred to, so as to create the best constitution. After 166 days, the Constitution of India was finally made. It was created in such a manner that all citizens of India could enjoy equal rights pertaining to their religions, culture, caste, sex and creed. On 26th January 1950 , the Constitution of India was adopted and implemented, and the day is referred to as Republic Day. Moreover, it marks the end of British rule and the birth of India as a Republic State.

How is Republic Day Celebrated in India?

Republic Day is a national festival and is celebrated on 26th January of every year. This day is declared a national holiday. People celebrate this day with a lot of zeal and happiness. The President of India hoists the national flag on Rajpath in New Delhi. It is followed by a 21-gun salute and the national anthem. People from all over the country visit the Rajpath to view the grand celebration of Republic Day. The first President who hoisted the flag ceremony was Dr Rajendra Prasad.

In schools, colleges, government offices and private organisations, the celebration is enjoyed with full enthusiasm. March past and the parade takes place in schools along with the other functions. Many schools distribute sweets to students. Indians across the country celebrate the spirit of freedom and forget the differences between them, such as caste, religion, language and culture.

Essays Topics for Students’ Practise

After writing essays on this Republic Day, students must practise essays on similar topics. To help them with this, we have provided a few essay topics as suggestions:

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Frequently Asked Questions on Republic Day

Who takes the salute on republic day.

The President of India takes the salute on Republic day. On 26th Jan 2022, President Ram Nath Kovind unfurled the National Flag followed by the National Anthem and a booming 21-gun salute. The parade commences with Kovind taking the salute.

Who is the first female President of India?

Pratibha Patil was the first female President of India. She is the 12th President of India and the first woman to hold this post.

Which year of Republic Day did the country celebrate in 2022?

India celebrates its 73rd Republic Day on 26th Jan 2022.

At what time the Republic Day Parade begins?

The parade at Rajpath starts at 10:30 am. People can watch the celebrations from the comfort of their homes as the event is being telecasted live on the television. We hope students must have found this Republic Day Essay helpful for their studies. For more information and the latest updates on CBSE/ICSE/State Board/Competitive exams, keep visiting BYJU’S. Also, download the BYJU’S App for watching interactive study videos.

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Essay on Republic Day: 100 Words

Republic Day is celebrated on 26th January every year in India. It’s an important day for our country because on this day in 1950 our constitution came into effect. It is the national festival of India. A national holiday is observed on this day.

Our President hoists the National Flag at India gate on this day. A grand parade is held at Kartavya Path, New Delhi. This day is also celebrated in schools, colleges and government institutions. On republic Day, we honour the martyrs who have sacrificed their lives for our country. Republic Day fills our hearts with pride and patriotism.

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Republic Day Essay: 150 Words

India became independent on August 15, 1947. Even after gaining independence, it took two and a half years to write India’s constitution. The Indian Constitution came into effect on January 26, 1950. Since then, 26 January is celebrated every year as the Republic Day of India.

Republic Day is celebrated with great enthusiasm in India. On this day, the President of India hoists the flag at Kartavya Path, New Delhi. After that, the annual parade begins at Kartavya Path and ends at the India Gate. We pay tribute to the brave martyrs who fought for our country’s freedom on Republic Day.

The Padma Awards, one of the highest civilian honours of India, are announced on the eve of Republic Day. Various cultural programs and public celebrations take place throughout the country on this day. Republic Day is the day of patriotism and pride for all Indians.

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Essay on Republic Day: 200 Words

26th January is celebrated as Republic day every year. It was on this day in 1950 that India became a sovereign, democratic and republic nation. The constitution of free India came into force on this day.

The Republic Day is celebrated with great pomp and show all over the country. The President of India hoists the National Flag at Kartavya Path, New Delhi on this occasion. The Republic day parade is held annually at Kartavya Path. The three wings of the armed forces Army, Navy and Air force take part in this grand parade and display their military prowess. This event promotes the rich cultural and social heritage of India.

Government buildings, offices and airports are illuminated on Republic Day. The National Flag is hoisted in all the public buildings. Several cultural shows are held in all cities and villages of India. People of all religions and casts take part in these functions.

The Republic Day is the red letter day in the history of the country. It reminds us that all castes, creeds and religions are equal in the eyes of law. The powers of Government are in the hands of the common people. The Government is responsible for the welfare of the people. Republic day makes us feel proud to be an Indian.

Essay on Republic Day: 250 – 300 Words

India got freedom on 15th August 1947. It was declared a Sovereign Democratic Republic on 26th January 1950. Since then India has been celebrating this day on 26th January every year. This day has become a national festival of our country. There is much pomp and show in the Republic Day celebrations.

The national level celebrations are held in New Delhi. The President of India unfurls the National flag with the national anthem played by the band party with tuneful music. After which, the three wings of the military, the Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air Force take part in the grand parade. The parade is presided over by the President of India. He also inspires the young people to work together for the progress and prosperity of our country.

In the State capitals the Governor of the State concerned, receives salute in a grand and colourful ceremony arranged for the purpose. All government offices and educational institutions remain closed on this day. They celebrate this day with due solemnity. National flags are unfurled on tops of buildings of government offices and educational institutions.

In schools, patriotic songs are sung to inspire young boys and girls to develop love for their country. Essay, drawing, painting and debate competitions on Gandhiji’s concept of Rama Rajya are held and prizes are given away to the winners.

In the evening buildings are illuminated with lights. Films based on patriotism are screened. Ours is the biggest Republic in the whole world. It should be our duty and responsibility to safeguard it even at the cost of our lives.

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Best Essay Writing Contests in 2024

Showing 48 contests that match your search.

Climate Change Writing Competition

Write the World

Genres: Essay, Memoir, and Non-fiction

This month, dear writers, ahead of COP27, help us raise the voices of young people in this urgent fight. In a piece of personal narrative, tell the world’s leaders gathering in how climate change impacts you. How has this crisis changed your environment, your community, your sense of the future? Storytelling, after all, plays a critical role in helping us grasp the emergency through which we are all living, igniting empathy in readers and listeners—itself a precursor to action.

Additional prizes:

Runner-up: $50

📅 Deadline: October 18, 2022 (Expired)

Askew's Word on the Lake Writing Contest

Shuswap Association of Writers

Genres: Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry, Essay, Memoir, and Short Story

Whether you’re an established or emerging writer, the Askew’s Word on the Lake Writing Contest has a place for you. Part of the Word on the Lake Writers’ Festival in Salmon Arm, BC, the contest is open to submissions in short fiction (up to 2,000 words), nonfiction (up to 2,000 words), and poetry (up to three one-page poems).

Publication

💰 Entry fee: $11

📅 Deadline: January 31, 2024 (Expired)

International Essay Competition 2023/24

Avernus Education

Genres: Essay

Welcome to our prestigious International Essay Competition. At Avernus Education, we are thrilled to provide a platform for young minds to showcase their prowess in Medicine, Engineering, Law, Economics, Psychology, History and Politics. These varied subject categories underscore the importance of interdisciplinary study, a crucial foundation for future leaders in our increasingly interconnected world. Winners receive an exclusive Avernus Education Scholarship worth over £5000 - granting them free entrance to our exclusive summer camp at Oxford University! Outstanding Runners Up receive 5 hours worth of Credits for Avernus Education courses, conferences and tutoring services.

100% Scholarship Award to our Oxford University Summer Programme (worth £5995)

Partial scholarship

📅 Deadline: February 19, 2024 (Expired)

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100 Word Writing Contest

Tadpole Press

Genres: Essay, Fantasy, Fiction, Flash Fiction, Humor, Memoir, Mystery, Non-fiction, Science Fiction, Science Writing, Thriller, Young Adult, Children's, Poetry, Romance, Short Story, Suspense, and Travel

Can you write a story using 100 words or less? Pieces will be judged on creativity, uniqueness, and how the story captures a new angle, breaks through stereotypes, and expands our beliefs about what's possible or unexpectedly delights us. In addition, we are looking for writing that is clever or unique, inspires us, and crafts a compelling and complete story. The first-place prize has doubled to $2,000 USD.

2nd: writing coach package

💰 Entry fee: $15

📅 Deadline: April 30, 2024

Indignor Play House Annual Short Story Competition

Indignor House Publishing

Genres: Fiction, Flash Fiction, Short Story, Crime, Essay, Fantasy, Horror, Humor, Memoir, Mystery, Non-fiction, Novella, Poetry, Romance, Science Fiction, Thriller, and Young Adult

Indignor House Publishing is proud to announce that our annual writing competition (INDIGNOR PLAYHOUSE Short Story Annual Competition) is officially open with expected publication in the fall of 2024. Up to 25 submissions will be accepted for inclusion in the annual anthology.

2nd: $250 | 3rd: $150

💰 Entry fee: $20

📅 Deadline: March 01, 2024 (Expired)

Lazuli Literary Group Writing Contest

Lazuli Literary Group

Genres: Essay, Fiction, Poetry, Short Story, Flash Fiction, Non-fiction, Novella, and Script Writing

We are not concerned with genre distinctions. Send us the best you have; we want only for it to be thoughtful, intelligent, and beautiful. We want art that grows in complexity upon each visitation; we enjoy ornate, cerebral, and voluptuous phrases executed with thematic intent.

Publication in "AZURE: A Journal of Literary Thought"

📅 Deadline: March 24, 2024 (Expired)

Rigel 2024: $500 for Prose, Poetry, Art, or Graphic Novel

Sunspot Literary Journal

Genres: Essay, Fiction, Flash Fiction, Memoir, Non-fiction, Novel, Novella, Poetry, Script Writing, and Short Story

Literary or genre works accepted. Winner receives $500 plus publication, while runners-up and finalists are offered publication. No restrictions on theme or category. Closes: February 29. Entry fee: $12.50. Enter as many times as you like through Submittable or Duotrope

$500 + publication

Runners-up and finalists are offered publication

💰 Entry fee: $12

📅 Deadline: February 29, 2024 (Expired)

Narratively 2023 Memoir Prize

Narratively

Genres: Essay, Humor, Memoir, and Non-fiction

Narratively is currently accepting submissions for their 2023 Memoir Prize. They are looking for revealing and emotional first-person nonfiction narratives from unique and overlooked points of view. The guest judge is New York Times bestselling memoirist Stephanie Land.

$1,000 and publication

📅 Deadline: November 30, 2023 (Expired)

African Diaspora Awards 2024

Kinsman Avenue Publishing, Inc

Genres: Essay, Fiction, Flash Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry, and Short Story

Up to $1000 in cash prizes for the African Diaspora Award 2024. African-themed prose and poetry wanted. Top finalists are published in Kinsman Quarterly’s magazine and the anthology, “Black Butterfly: Voices of the African Diaspora.”

Publication in anthology, "Black Butterfly: Voices of the African Diaspora" and print and digital magazine

💰 Entry fee: $25

📅 Deadline: June 30, 2024

Vocal Challenges

Genres: Essay, Fiction, Memoir, Non-fiction, and Short Story

Enter themed storytelling contests to put your creativity to the test and be in with a chance of winning cash prizes and more. To submit, you'll need to sign up for a monthly fee of $9.99, or $4.99/month for 3 months.

$1,000 — $5,000

📅 Deadline: March 07, 2024 (Expired)

Share Your Story

FanStory.com Inc.

Genres: Essay and Memoir

Write about an event in your life. Everyone has a memoir. Not an autobiography. Too much concern about fact and convention. A memoir gives us the ability to write about our life with the option to create and fabricate and to make sense of a life, or part of that life.

💰 Entry fee: $10

📅 Deadline: September 15, 2022 (Expired)

swamp pink Prizes

Genres: Essay, Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry, and Short Story

From January 1st to January 31st, submit short stories and essays of up to 25 pages or a set of 1-3 poems. Winners in each genre will receive $2,000 and publication.

Stories of Inspiration

Genres: Essay and Non-fiction

Nonfiction stories of inspiration wanted (between 500 to 2,000 words). Submissions should highlight the struggle and resilience of the human spirit, especially related to cultures of BIPOC or marginalized communities. Stories must be original, unpublished works in English. One successful entry will be awarded each month from April 2024 and will be included within Kinsman Quarterly’s online journal and digital magazine. Successful authors receive $200 USD and publication in our digital magazine. No entry fee required.

Publication in Kinsman Quarterly's online magazine

📅 Deadline: December 31, 2024

Annual Student Essay Contest

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

For this year’s Essay Contest, we are asking students to think about why the story of the Oklahoma City bombing is important today.

📅 Deadline: March 04, 2024 (Expired)

A Very Short Story Contest

Gotham Writers Workshop

Genres: Essay, Fantasy, Fiction, Flash Fiction, Humor, Memoir, and Non-fiction

Write a great short story in ten words or fewer. Submit it to our contest. Entry is free. Winner of the bet gets a free Gotham class.

Free writing class from Gotham Writers Workshop.

📅 Deadline: May 31, 2024

Aurora Polaris Creative Nonfiction Award

Trio House Press

We seek un-agented full-length creative nonfiction manuscripts including memoir, essay collections, etc. 50,000 - 80,000 words.

📅 Deadline: May 15, 2024

Military Anthology: Partnerships, the Untold Story

Armed Services Arts Partnership

Genres: Essay, Fiction, Flash Fiction, Humor, Memoir, Non-fiction, Poetry, and Short Story

Partners are an integral aspect of military life, at home and afar, during deployment and after homecoming. Partnerships drive military action and extend beyond being a battle buddy, wingman, or crew member. Some are planned while others arise entirely unexpectedly. Spouses, family, old or new friends, community, faith leaders, and medical specialists all support the military community. Despite their importance, the stories of these partnerships often go untold. This anthology aims to correct that: We will highlight the nuances, surprises, joy, sorrow, heroism, tears, healing power, and ache of partnerships. We invite you to submit the story about partnerships from your journey, so we can help tell it.

$500 Editors' Choice award

$250 for each genre category (prose, poetry, visual art)

Great American Think-Off

New York Mills Regional Cultural Center

The Great American Think-Off is an exhibition of civil disagreement between powerful ideas that connect to your life at the gut level. The Cultural Center, located in the rural farm and manufacturing town of New York Mills, sponsors this annual philosophy contest.

📅 Deadline: April 01, 2024 (Expired)

Environmental Writing 2024

The writer and activist Bill McKibben describes Environmental Writing as "the collision between people and the rest of the world." This month, peer closely at that intersection: How do humans interact with their environment? Given your inheritance of this earth, the world needs your voices now more than ever.

Best entry: $100

Runner up: $50 | Best peer review: $50

📅 Deadline: April 22, 2024

Creative Nonfiction Prize

Indiana Review

Genres: Essay, Fiction, and Non-fiction

Send us one creative nonfiction piece, up to 5000 words, for a chance at $1000 + publication. This year's contest will be judged by Lars Horn.

📅 Deadline: March 31, 2024 (Expired)

Annual Contest Submissions

So To Speak

Genres: Essay, Fiction, Flash Fiction, LGBTQ, Non-fiction, and Poetry

So To Speak is seeking submissions for poetry, fiction, and non-fiction with an intersectional feminist lens! It is no secret that the literary canon and literary journals are largely comprised of heteronormative, patriarchal, cisgender, able-bodied white men. So to Speak seeks work by writers, poets, and artists who want to challenge and change the identity of the “canonical” writer.

💰 Entry fee: $4

📅 Deadline: March 15, 2024 (Expired)

Young Sports Journalist 2024

The Young Sports Journalist Competition, 2024, seeks well-argued articles from aspiring journalists aged 14-21. Winning entries will be published online and printed in the Summer Issue of Pitch. Critiqued by our panel of accomplished judges, winners will also receive a £50 cash prize and offered work experience here at PITCH HQ. The competition runs from 7 February 2024 to 5 April 2024. And winners will be announced in May.

Publication in magazine and online

📅 Deadline: April 05, 2024 (Expired)

Journalism Competition 2024

What are the most important issues taking place close to home? Perhaps a rare bird sighting near your town? Or a band of young people in your province fighting for access to higher education? This month, immerse yourself in a newsworthy event inside the borders of your own country, and invite us there through your written reporting.

📅 Deadline: July 22, 2024

Work-In-Progress (WIP) Contest

Unleash Press

Genres: Crime, Essay, Fantasy, Fiction, Horror, Humor, Memoir, Mystery, Non-fiction, Novel, Novella, Poetry, Science Fiction, Science Writing, and Young Adult

We aim to assist writers in the completion of an important literary project and vision. The Unleash WIP Award offers writers support in the amount of $500 to supplement costs to aid in the completion of a book-length work of fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. Writers will also receive editorial feedback, coaching meetings, and an excerpt/interview feature in Unleash Lit.

Coaching, interview, and editorial support

💰 Entry fee: $35

📅 Deadline: July 15, 2024

Bacopa Literary Review Annual Writing Contest

Writers Alliance of Gainesville

Bacopa Literary Review’s 2024 contest is open from March 4 through April 4, with $200 Prize and $100 Honorable Mention in each of six categories: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Flash Fiction, Free Verse Poetry, Formal Poetry, and Visual Poetry.

📅 Deadline: April 04, 2024 (Expired)

Tusculum Review Nonfiction Chapbook Prize

The Tusculum Review

A prize of $1,000, publication of the essay in The Tusculum Review’s 20th Anniversary Issue (2024), and creation of a limited edition stand-alone chapbook with original art is awarded. Editors of The Tusculum Review and contest judge Mary Cappello will determine the winner of the 2024 prize.

📅 Deadline: June 15, 2024

Jane Austen Society of North America Essay Contest

Jane Austen Society of North America

Genres: Children's and Essay

JASNA conducts an annual student Essay Contest to foster the study and appreciation of Jane Austen's works in new generations of readers. Students world-wide are invited to compete for scholarship awards in three divisions: high school, college, and graduate school.

$1,000 scholarship

Two nights’ lodging for JASNA’s Annual General Meeting

📅 Deadline: June 02, 2022 (Expired)

National Essay Contest

U.S. Institute of Peace

This year, AFSA celebrates the 100th anniversary of the United States Foreign Service. Over the last century, our diplomats and development professionals have been involved in groundbreaking events in history – decisions on war and peace, supporting human rights and freedom, creating joint prosperity, reacting to natural disasters and pandemics and much more. As AFSA looks back on this century-long history, we invite you to join us in also looking ahead to the future. This year students are asked to explore how diplomats can continue to evolve their craft to meet the needs of an ever-changing world that brings fresh challenges and opportunities to the global community and America’s place in it.

Runner-up: $1,250

WOW! Women On Writing Quarterly Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest

WOW! Women On Writing

Genres: Non-fiction and Essay

Seeking creative nonfiction essays on any topic (1000 words or less) and in any style--from personal essay and memoir to lyric essay and hybrid, and more! The mission of this contest is to reward bravery in real-life storytelling and create an understanding of our world through thoughtful, engaging narratives. Electronic submissions via e-mail only; reprints/previously published okay; simultaneous submissions okay; multiple submissions are okay as long as they are submitted in their own individual e-mail. Open internationally.

2nd: $300 | 3rd: $200 | 7 runner-ups: $25 Amazon Gift Cards

Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award

Killer Nashville

Genres: Crime, Essay, Fantasy, Fiction, Humor, Memoir, Mystery, Non-fiction, Novel, Poetry, Science Fiction, Script Writing, Short Story, and Thriller

The Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award is committed to discovering new writers, as well as superlative books by established authors and, upon discovery, sharing those writers and their works with new readers. There are a large number of both fiction and non-fiction categories you can enter.

💰 Entry fee: $79

Literary and Photographic Contest 2023-2024

Hispanic Culture Review

Genres: Essay, Fiction, Memoir, Non-fiction, and Poetry

As we move forward we carry our culture wherever we go. It keeps us alive. This is why we propose the theme to be “¡Hacia delante!”. A phrase that means to move forward. This year we ask that you think about the following questions: What keeps you moving forward? What do you carry with you going into the future? How do you celebrate your successes, your dreams, and your culture?

Publication in magazine

📅 Deadline: February 07, 2024 (Expired)

NOWW 26th International Writing Contest

Northwestern Ontario Writers Workshop (NOWW)

Open to all writers in four categories: poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, and critical writing.

2nd: $100 | 3rd: $50

💰 Entry fee: $7

Brink Literary Journal Award for Hybrid Writing

Genres: Essay, Fantasy, Fiction, Humor, Memoir, Non-fiction, Poetry, Science Writing, and Short Story

The Brink Literary Journal Award for Hybrid Writing will be administered to the winner of a literary contest designed to champion innovative hybrid and cross-genre work.

💰 Entry fee: $22

📅 Deadline: February 16, 2024 (Expired)

Red Hen Press Women's Prose Prize

Red Hen Press

Genres: Fiction, Non-fiction, Short Story, Essay, Memoir, and Novel

Established in 2018, the Women’s Prose Prize is for previously unpublished, original work of prose. Novels, short story collections, memoirs, essay collections, and all other forms of prose writing are eligible for consideration. The awarded manuscript is selected through a biennial competition, held in even-numbered years, that is open to all writers who identify as women.

Publication by Red Hen Press

📅 Deadline: February 28, 2024 (Expired)

The Hudson Prize

Black Lawrence Press

Each year Black Lawrence Press will award The Hudson Prize for an unpublished collection of poems or prose. The prize is open to new, emerging, and established writers.

💰 Entry fee: $28

Discover the finest writing contests of 2024 for fiction and non-fiction authors — including short story competitions, essay writing competitions, poetry contests, and many more. Updated weekly, these contests are vetted by Reedsy to weed out the scammers and time-wasters. If you’re looking to stick to free writing contests, simply use our filters as you browse.

Why you should submit to writing contests

Submitting to poetry competitions and free writing contests in 2024 is absolutely worth your while as an aspiring author: just as your qualifications matter when you apply for a new job, a writing portfolio that boasts published works and award-winning pieces is a great way to give your writing career a boost. And not to mention the bonus of cash prizes!

That being said, we understand that taking part in writing contests can be tough for emerging writers. First, there’s the same affliction all writers face: lack of time or inspiration. Entering writing contests is a time commitment, and many people decide to forego this endeavor in order to work on their larger projects instead — like a full-length book. Second, for many writers, the chance of rejection is enough to steer them clear of writing contests. 

But we’re here to tell you that two of the great benefits of entering writing contests happen to be the same as those two reasons to avoid them.

When it comes to the time commitment: yes, you will need to expend time and effort in order to submit a quality piece of writing to competitions. That being said, having a hard deadline to meet is a great motivator for developing a solid writing routine.

Think of entering contests as a training session to become a writer who will need to meet deadlines in order to have a successful career. If there’s a contest you have your eye on, and the deadline is in one month, sit down and realistically plan how many words you’ll need to write per day in order to meet that due date — and don’t forget to also factor in the time you’ll need to edit your story!

For tips on setting up a realistic writing plan, check out this free, ten-day course: How to Build a Rock-Solid Writing Routine.

In regards to the fear of rejection, the truth is that any writer aspiring to become a published author needs to develop relatively thick skin. If one of your goals is to have a book traditionally published, you will absolutely need to learn how to deal with rejection, as traditional book deals are notoriously hard to score. If you’re an indie author, you will need to adopt the hardy determination required to slowly build up a readership.

The good news is that there’s a fairly simple trick for learning to deal with rejection: use it as a chance to explore how you might be able to improve your writing.

In an ideal world, each rejection from a publisher or contest would come with a detailed letter, offering construction feedback and pointing out specific tips for improvement. And while this is sometimes the case, it’s the exception and not the rule.

Still, you can use the writing contests you don’t win as a chance to provide yourself with this feedback. Take a look at the winning and shortlisted stories and highlight their strong suits: do they have fully realized characters, a knack for showing instead of telling, a well-developed but subtly conveyed theme, a particularly satisfying denouement?

The idea isn’t to replicate what makes those stories tick in your own writing. But most examples of excellent writing share a number of basic craft principles. Try and see if there are ways for you to translate those stories’ strong points into your own unique writing.

Finally, there are the more obvious benefits of entering writing contests: prize and publication. Not to mention the potential to build up your readership, connect with editors, and gain exposure.

Resources to help you win writing competitions in 2024

Every writing contest has its own set of submission rules. Whether those rules are dense or sparing, ensure that you follow them to a T. Disregarding the guidelines will not sway the judges’ opinion in your favor — and might disqualify you from the contest altogether. 

Aside from ensuring you follow the rules, here are a few resources that will help you perfect your submissions.

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After you submit to a writing competition in 2024

It’s exciting to send a piece of writing off to a contest. However, once the initial excitement wears off, you may be left waiting for a while. Some writing contests will contact all entrants after the judging period — whether or not they’ve won. Other writing competitions will only contact the winners. 

Here are a few things to keep in mind after you submit:

Many writing competitions don’t have time to respond to each entrant with feedback on their story. However, it never hurts to ask! Feel free to politely reach out requesting feedback — but wait until after the selection period is over.

If you’ve submitted the same work to more than one writing competition or literary magazine, remember to withdraw your submission if it ends up winning elsewhere.

After you send a submission, don’t follow it up with a rewritten or revised version. Instead, ensure that your first version is thoroughly proofread and edited. If not, wait until the next edition of the contest or submit the revised version to other writing contests.

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