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Republic Day is undoubtedly one of the most important dates in the history of our Nation.
A date with tremendous historical significance & glory−A date when schools boom with the sound of ‘Mere desh ki dharti’ and India comes together in celebration of the Nation’s pride.
A day when the flag is hoisted with utmost grandeur and everything around seems to be reminiscent of all the years that went in struggle to get where we are today as a Nation. Sure, there are limitations. But this day deserves to be spent in honor of our country and at PosterGuy, we’re in the mood of doing just that this Republic Day.
No complications, no debates, no flashbacks, no politically correct statements− just a feeling. A feeling that bounds us together and makes us what we are. Indians.
Good Indian, Bad Indian? Nope. Just Indian.

Happy Republic Day


It’s really up to you as to how you want to celebrate this day−whether you want to be at Rajpath, New Delhi to get a glimpse of the parade or you want to stay home and enjoy with family.
It doesn’t matter as long as you know what this day means and the least you could do is to inform your kids about this day, who are growing up in a generation that is gradually becoming distant from the essence of the Indian struggle of Independence.
Republic Day is the day marked in history to remember when India’s constitution came into force on January 26, 1950; thus completing the country’s transition towards becoming an independent republic. It is celebrated extensively by means of a Parade (Rajpath, New Delhi) in presence of the President that is initiated in honor of the martyrs and soldiers who fight selflessly to defend us. Please, let’s not forget that.  
It is yet another glorifying example of India’s struggle to stand tall as an independent nation.
So guys, here’s posterguy.in wishing you a very Happy Republic Day.
Hope you find ways to reconnect with your roots and hope you get a chance to experience the parade, well, at least all those who are in the Capital on that day.
Jai Hind.  
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Amrita Chanda

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