Things To Prepare For Republic Day Speech
- Get you republic day speech material prepared and make use of the best of words, facts, knowledge and word of wisdom to make a strong impact on the audience.
- Practice! Practice! Practice! Make sure to practice your speech before the day of event. Do your practice in front of your parents, class students and teachers before delivering a speech on republic day. Ask them for improvements and suggestions on your speech content.
- Know the audience room. Make sure to arrive early, walk around the speaking area, and do your practice using the microphone (if required).
- Imagine yourself speaking, your voice must be loud, clear, and sound confident. Visualize the audience clapping—it will boost your confidence.
- Make sure your speech will be interesting, impacting, stimulating, informative, and entertaining.
- If you are feeling nervous than focus on the words, loudness and clearness of the speech despite of the audience.
- Once you start the speech go with a flow with any hesitation and full confidence.
Republic Day Speech 1
Good morning to my respected Principal Madam, my respected Sir and Madam and my all colleagues. I would like to say thank you to give me such a great opportunity to speak something on our Republic Day. My name is….. I read in class…..
Today, we all are here to celebrate 67th Republic Day of our nation. This is a great and auspicious occasion for all of us. We should greet each other and pray to God for the development and prosperity of our nation. We celebrate Republic Day in India every year on 26th of January as the constitution of India came into force at this day. We are regularly celebrating the Republic Day of India since 1950 as on 26th of January in 1950 India constitution came into force.
India is a democratic country where public is authorized to elect its leaders to lead the country. Dr. Rajendra Prasad was our first President of India. Since we got independence from the British rule in 1947, our country has developed a lot and counted among the powerful countries. Together with some developments, some drawbacks have also arisen such inequality, poverty, unemployment, corruption, illiteracy, etc. We need to take a pledge today for solving such problems in the society to make our country a best country of the world.
Republic Day Speech 2
Good morning to the Excellencies, respected Principal sir, sir, madam, my seniors and my dear colleagues. My name is…… I study in class….. I would like to speech on this great annual occasion of Indian Republic Day. First of all, I would like to say a big thank to my class teacher for giving me such a great opportunity to speech here on the Republic day of India. My dear friends, we have gathered here to celebrate this special occasion of our nation. We celebrate republic day on 26 January annually to commemorate the day when Indian constitution came into force and India was declared as republic country.
I am very proud to be the citizen of India. At this day, we unfurl the National Flag of India and sing the National Anthem to show our heartily respect for our republic country. It is celebrated all over the country at schools, colleges, universities, educational institutions, banks and many more places. It was 26 January, 1950 when Indian National Constitution came into force. The period from 1947 to 1950 was transition period and King George VI became the head of state whereas Lord Mountbatten and C. Rajagopalachari became the Governors-General of India.
The Government of India Act (1935) was replaced as the governing document of India after the enforcement of Indian Constitution in 1950 on 26 January. The Constitution of India was adopted on 26th of November in 1949 by the by Indian Constituent Assembly however implemented later in 1950 with a democratic government system declaring the country as independent republic. 26 January was especially selected because on the same day in 1930 Indian National Congress had declared Indian Independence means Purna Swaraj. Rajendra Prasad became the first President of Republic India in 1950 after the adoption of Constitution.
A grand parade by the Indian army (from all three services) is organized in the national capital (New Delhi) as well as state capitals of the country. The parade of the national capital starts from the Raisina Hill (near to the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the residential place of Indian President) and ends to the past India Gate along with the Rajpath. Together with the Indian army, states of country also take part in the parade (decked with finery and official decorations) to show their culture and tradition. At this day, our country follows the tradition of “Atithi Devo Bhava” by inviting a chief guest (PM, President or King from another country) on 26 January. President of India, who is the Commander in Chief of Indian army, takes the salute by the Indian Armed Forces. The Prime Minister of India gives a floral tribute to the sacrificed Indian soldiers at the Amar Javan Jyoti, India Gate. The celebration of republic day continues by 29th of January which ends after the beating retreat ceremony. At this day, every Indian shows his/her respect and Pride to the National Constitution.
Jai Hind, Jai Bharat
Republic Day Speech 3
HISTORY OF INDIA
The name of our great freedom fighters and Indian Leaders are Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Lala Lajpath Rai, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Lal Bahadur Shastri, etc. They fought for our country against the British Rule to make India a free country.
No one can never forget their sacrifices for the country. On this great occasions, we always remember them and salute them. We got this freedom because of them, now we can think from our own mind and live freely in our nation without anyone’s force.
India’s first president was Dr Rajendra Prasad who said that “we find the whole vast land brought together under the Jurisdiction of one constitution and one Union which takes over responsibility for the welfare of more than 320 million men and women inhabit it”. How shame to say that still we are fighting with crime, corruption, and violence.
The fundamental rights and duties of the people of the Republic in India have been laid down in our constitution. Every citizen of India is equal in the eye of the law, and no one has to suffer because of religion, creed, caste, colour or race.
Thank you. JAI HIND JAI BHARAT.