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    The 63rd Republic day of India is going to be celebrated on 26th, January 2012

    Dear members,

    Our Country became a Democratic Republic country on January 26, 1950. This day is celebrated as Republic day of India every year. The Hon'ble President of India will host the flag on this day at the capital New Delhi in every year and deliver the republic day address to the people of India. All the state government is also celebrating this function in a grand manner.

    The members of OrissaSpider can feel free to share their message about this year Republic day celebrations in Odisha and also can remember the peoples those who provided service to the Republic of India.

    With regards,
  • #1445
    Yes, Independence day and Republic day are the two major events for all Indians. On this day we declared that India is a Republic country and we approved our constitution. Every year to remember that day we celebrate the Republic day on 26th January. This year on the day of celebration, Thailand's First Woman Prime Minister Sinawatra is invited as our Chief guest.
    With regards,

    (Expect for the best but prepare for the worst)

  • #1446
    Dear Friends,

    January 26 is an utmost important day in Indian History so also for Each and Every Indian. On that day our constitution of Parliament was formed under the noble work of Dr. Ambedkar. And India was declared as Soverign Sociliest Democratic Republic Indpendence Country. But it is very shame to say that most of the people in India especially young generation doesn't know the importance of the day. They remember Feb 14 and know the importance of the day but not of Jan 26. How shame it is for us!

    Let we the members of Orissa Spider spread the importance of this day to others.

    @Monoharan, You are wright. State Govt. is also celebrating it. But their agenda is yet to be published.

    @vicky, a very good information.

    Thanks & Regards

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