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Raksha Bandhan




Raksha Bandhan (रक्षाबंधन in Hindi) means “the tie or knot of protection”. Being celebrated on the day of “Sharavan Purnima ”.  This festival make the divine love and relation of brother and sister more strong and valuable.

The sister performs a Rakhi ceremony, then prays to express her love and wish for the well being of her brother; in return, the brother ritually pledges to protect and take care of his sister under all circumstances.

Among the most sacred festivals of hindu’s, the festival of “Rakshabandhan” carries utmost significance and importance. It is mainly the festival of Hindus and thus limited to the boundries of Hindu countries. However, with time it is gaining importance in other religions and countries too.

There are a lot of tales related to this festival. According to Hindu scripture “Bhavishya Purana”, Indra’s ( इंद्र ) wife Sachi tied a  cotton thread on her husband’s wrist and prayed for his well being and success against demon. That holy thread was given to Sachi by Lord Vishnu.

In Ancient India Women tied holy thread on their husband’s (or dear-one’s ) wrist to pray for their safety and success in war and against evil powers . These threads ( Rakhi ) were not limited only to brother sister relation.

There are many other stories relates to Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan. It includes The story of King Bali and Goddess Laxmi, The story mentioned in the epic Mahabharata about Krishna and Draupadi.

But the story which is most prevalent and having its historical evidence is of Rani Karmavati, Queen of Chittor, who sent Rakhi to Emperor Humayun to defend her kingdom from the invasion of Muslim invader Bahadur Shah.

Happy Raksha Bandhan…

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Republic Day Of India






Republic Day Of India – गणतन्त्र दिवस भारत

Republic Day in India is celebrated on January 26th each year. This day is called as “Republic Day” (“Gantantra Diwas” “गणतन्त्र दिवस ” in Hindi). It is one of the 3 gazetted national holidays of India and a national festival which is celebrated with great patriotic fervor by the Indians all over the World.


History of Republic Day

India got Independence on 15th August but 26 January is the day which marks the anniversary of the adoption of the Indian Constitution. The Constitution was passed by the Constituent Assembly of India on November 26th, 1949 and was adopted on January 26th, 1950, completing the country’s transition from non-republic to an Independent Republic Nation.


Republic Day Celebration

The main celebration of this day takes place in the National Capital of the Country, i.e., in New Delhi at Rajpath, where the Indian National Flag is hoisted by the Indian President. Flag Hoisting is followed by the National Anthem, the march past of the three armed forces of India and different cultural programmes representing different parts of India.

The President also gives speech to the people of India. After the flag is hoisted by the Indian President at Rajpath the flag is also hoisted by the Heads of each and every big or small Organisations of India.


Republic Day Parade

Every Year the main parade takes place in the National Capital New Delhi. This parade is organized by organized by the Ministry of Defense. The Parade starts from the gate of The President’s Residence, Raisina Hill (Rashtrapati Bhavan) in Rajpath and it passes through the India Gate.

Republic day Parade is the main attraction for the visitors. The Parade shows off Indian defense capabilities and India’s cultural and social heritage.


Beating Retreat for Republic Day

The beating retreat ceremony takes place after officially showing the end of the Republican Day celebration. It is done on January 29th, the third day after the Republic day. This is done by the ribbon of three military wings, the Indian Army, Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force. The place is Raisina Hill and adjacent aluns, Vijay Chowk, flanked by the North and South Block Rashtrapati Bhavan (Presidential Palace) towards the end of Rajpath.

The main guest of this celebration is the President of India who came escorted by the Presidential Guards, a cavalry unit. When the President arrived, the PBG commander asked the unit to Salute, which is the followed by the Indian National Anthem Show, Jana Gana Mann, by the Army Personnels.

The army organize a display ceremony by mass ribbons where military bands, ribbons and drum bands, bugler and trumpet from various army regiments other than the bands from the navy and the Air Force took part that played popular patritic songs like living with me, favorites Mahatma Gandhi Hymn, and Saare Jahan Se Achcha in the end of the Celebratiom.


Award Ceremony Republic Day

Every Year On the evening of the Republic Day, the President of India distribute the Civilian Awards to Indian civilians. The main attraction of the award ceremony is the Padma Awards. This is the second highest civilian award in India after Bharat Ratna. This award is given in three categories, namely. Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri.


Republic Day Celebration of 2022

Republic Day of this year will be celebrated on Wednesday. This year the flag will be hoisted by Shri Ram Nath Kovind Hon’ble President of India. This year in 2022, 73rd Republic day will be celebrated and it is going to nominate itself in one of the most important events of the Indian history.

Chief Guest of Republic Day 2022

According to the News, There will be no foreign guests in the Republic Day of India in 2022 after a surge in the current situation of Covid-19 infection throughout the country. Very selected number of people will be allowed  to physically witness the Republic Day celebration. However the whole celebration will be telecast live on the mainstream channels so Everyone can see and witness the great moments of pride.

As per the news this year some selected ground level workers including drivers, autorickshaw, construction workers, sanitation workers and frontline workers will be attented the celebration as the guest.

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FAQ – Republic Day of India

When is the Republic Day of India ?
Republic Day of year 2022 will be celebrated on Wednesday, January 26th 2022.

Why do we celebrate Republic Day on 26 January?
The Constitution was passed by the Constituent Assembly of India on November 26th, 1949 and was adopted on January 26th, 1950, completing the country’s transition from non-republic to an Independent Republic Nation.So We celebrate this day 26th January every year as the Republic Day of Our Country, India.

Who Hosts the National Flag at The Capital of India ?
Main celebration of Republic Day takes place in The National Capital of India, New Delhi. The President of India Hosts the National Flag on this Day. This year the flag will be hoisted by Shri Ram Nath Kovind Hon’ble President of India.


I wish you all a very Happy Republic Day….. Jai Hind Jai Bharat

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Independence Day Of India




Independence Day Of India


India got free from the rule of British Empire on 15th august, 1947. And thus 15th august is celebrated as Independence Day all over the country. This day is the national holiday / festival of our country.

On 15th August 1947, India’s first P.M., Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru raised the national flag i.e. “Tiranga”, above the Red Fort, in New Delhi. And thus each year this festival is started with the flag hoisting by the P.M. of the country at Red Fort followed by the singing of our national anthem i.e. “Jana Gana Mana”.

This national festival is celebrated with the flag hoisting ceremonies, singing patriotic songs, parades and cultural events. The President and the P.M. delivers speech to the country on this auspicious occasion.

There is also an interesting fact about the Independence Day. And the fact is that between the year 1930 and 1947, the Indian National Congress celebrated the Independence Day on 26th January, which today is celebrated as the Republic Day.

This year the flag at the Red Fort will be hoisted by the present P.M., Shri Narendra Modi. He will start this ceremony for the first time as a P.M. This year India will celebrate its 68th Independence Day.

Gaaten hai Hum Gatha Unke Balidan Ki, Laaj Rakhi Hai Jinhone Is Desh Ke Aan Ki,

Swatantra Karaya Jinhone Bharat Mata Ko, Sat Sat Naman Un Sahid Jawan Ko.

Wish you all a very happy Independence Day….. Jai Hind Jai Bharat

आप सभी को स्वतंत्रता दिवस की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं ….जय हिन्द जय भारत

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Holi – होली is one of the most famous festivals in India. It is celebrated on the “Full Moon Day of Phalgun”, in Hindi called as “Phalgun Purnima”, which comes in the end of February or starting of March.

Holi is the festival of colour, joy and love. On this day people meet each other and rub “Gulaal and Abeer” on each other’s face and exchange wishes “Holi Mubaaarak”. This festival of fun and happiness bridges the social gap and bring people more close to each other. “Rang-Gulaal-Pichkari-Hathkheli and Gujhiya Mithayi” are synonymous with this festival.

Holi is celebrated as the triumph of Good over the Bad. There is an ancient religious Hindu story related to this Festival of “Holika Dahan”. The king of Demons, “Hirankashyap” wanted to kill his son “Prahlaad”, who was the devotee of Lord Vishnu. For this purpose he took help of his sister, “Holika”, who was having a magical stole which provided immunity from being burnt in fire. She sat on the fire with Prahlaad but as the fire roared the stole flew from Holika and covered Prahlaad. Holika burnt and no harm occurred to Prahlaad. Then Lord Vishnu appeared and killed Hirankashyap. Since that day there is tradition of “Holika Dahan”.

Holi is mainly two day festival which starts with “Holika Dahan” in the night of Phalgun Purnima and next day the celebration of holi with colours. “Holika Dahan” is celebrated as the lighting of bonfires where people gather and enjoy by singing and dancing. It is mainly celebrated in India, Nepal and other major countries with Hindu population. However now-a-days Holi is celebrated all over the world with great enthusiasm.

Knitved Wishes You All A Very Very Happy & Prosperous Holi … Play with safe colors and enjoy the fullest…

Happy Holi … Enjoy !

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