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You can plan to visit these places on Republic Day

Many people plan to travel on 26th January. On this day, parades are taken out by the Indian Army at different places in Delhi, to see which people gather from every corner of the country. If you are also planning to visit this Republic Day, then do not forget to visit these places in Delhi.

Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26 January in our country. This year our country is going to celebrate 75th Republic Day. On the occasion of Republic Day, there is a holiday in all schools and government offices, due to which many people plan to go out with their families. On the day of Republic Day, a special parade is organized on the Rajpath of Delhi, to see which people come to Delhi from every corner of the country. If seen from the perspective of history, Delhi is an important city. If you are coming to Delhi city on the occasion of Republic Day, then apart from Janpath, do not forget to visit these places also.

Actually, around January 26, you get a long weekend, in which you can plan to hang out with your friends and family. Here we are telling you about some places in Delhi where you can visit on Republic Day.

Red Fort

The Red Fort was built by Mughal emperor Shahjahan in 1638 AD. On this day many people come to visit the Red Fort of Delhi. Here you will get to see a lot of activity on 26th January. To reach here you use metro. Metro is considered to be the best means of traveling in Delhi. You will find two metro stations near the historical fort of Delhi. One is Chandni Chowk station and the other is Red Fort station. Both these metro stations are very close to the Red Fort.

India Gate

India Gate has been dedicated to the soldiers. Actually, 70,000 soldiers sacrificed their lives during the First World War, in whose memory this memorial was built. This historical monument was inaugurated by former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on 26 January 1972. The flag is hoisted by the Indian President every year on Republic Day. You can go here at any time, day or night. This place is very popular for photography.

line of duty

Every year a parade is taken out on the duty path for Republic Day. If you want to see the special parade of 26th January, then on this day you can go to the duty path and see the beautiful view of the Republic Day parade. On this day, a parade is taken out from the gate of Rashtrapati Bhavan to the duty path. This parade reflects India's defense capability, culture and heritage. In this parade, Indian Army regiments of Indian Navy and Air Force march past with their respective bands and decorations.

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