Let us know about Speech on Republic Day. Republic Day in India is celebrated as a very big festival (National Day), especially by students in schools. Students participate in a variety of activities on this day which shows their unique skills and knowledge. Speech giving and group discussion are some of the important activities in which children participate and show their skills. Here we are providing many types of speeches for school going small children and students. All these speeches are written in very easy and simple language so that they can present their best speech without hesitation.
Short and Long Speech on Republic Day 2022
Speech on Republic Day – 1
Good morning to my respected headmaster madam, my respected sir and madam and all my classmates. I would like to thank you for giving me such a great opportunity to speak on our Republic Day. My name is Anant Srivastava and I study in class 6.
Today, we all have gathered here to celebrate the 73rd Republic Day of our nation. This is a great and auspicious occasion for all of us. We should congratulate each other and pray to God for the development and prosperity of our nation. We celebrate Republic Day in India on 26 January every year because the Constitution of India came into force on this day. We have been celebrating Republic Day of India continuously since 1950 because the Constitution of India came into force on 26 January 1950.
India is a democratic country where the people are empowered to choose their leader to lead the country. Dr Rajendra Prasad was the first President of India. Ever since we got independence from British rule in 1947, our country has developed a lot and is counted among the most powerful countries. With the development, some shortcomings have also arisen like inequality, poverty, unemployment, corruption, illiteracy etc. To make our country a best country in the world, we need to take a pledge today to solve such problems in the society.
Thanks, Jai Hind!
Speech on Republic Day – 2
Good morning everyone. My name is Anant Srivastava and I study in class 6. As we all know that we all have gathered here on the very special occasion of our nation which is called Republic Day . I want to read the speech on Republic Day in front of you all. First of all I would like to thank my class teacher because of whom I got a golden opportunity to say something about my beloved country on this great occasion of Republic Day on this platform of my school.
Since 15 August 1947, India is a self-governing country. India got independence from British rule on 15th August in 1947, which we celebrate as Independence Day. However, since 1950 on 26 January we celebrate Republic Day. The Constitution of India came into force on 26 January 1950, so we celebrate this day as Republic Day every year. In this year 2021, we are celebrating 72nd Republic Day of India.
Republic means the supreme power of the people living in the country and only the people have the right to choose their representatives as political leaders to lead the country in the right direction. Therefore, India is a republic country where the people choose their leader as the Prime Minister. Our great Indian freedom fighters fought a lot for “Purna Swaraj” in India. He sacrificed his life so that his future generation does not have to struggle and they take the country forward.
The great leaders and freedom fighters of our country are Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad, Lala Lajpat Rai, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Lal Bahadur Shastri etc. These people fought continuously against the British to make India a free country. We can never forget their dedication for our country. We should salute them on such great occasions by remembering them. It is only because of these people that we can think with our mind and live freely in our nation without any pressure.
Our first Indian President was Dr. Rajendra Prasad who said that, “Under the jurisdiction of one constitution and one federation we have got together the entire part of this vast land which is the people of more than 320 crore men and women living here- Takes responsibility for welfare”. What a shame it is to say that we are still fighting crime, corruption and violence (in the form of terrorism, rape, theft, riots, strike etc.) in our country. Again, everyone needs to be together to save the country from such slavery as it is holding back our country from going into its mainstream of development and progress. To go ahead and solve them, we should be aware of our social issues like poverty, unemployment, illiteracy, global warming, inequality etc.
Dr Abdul Kalam has said that “If a country becomes corruption free and becomes a nation of beautiful mind, I strongly feel that there are three prime members who can make a difference. He is father, mother and a guru”. As a citizen of India, we should think about it seriously and make all possible efforts to take forward our country.
Thank you, Jai Hind.
Speech on Republic Day – 3
I would like to say good morning to my respected headmaster, my teachers, my seniors and classmates. Let me give you some information about this special occasion. Today we all are celebrating the 72nd Republic Day of our nation. After two and a half years of India’s independence in 1947, it started celebrating from the year 1950. We celebrate it every year on 26th January because on this day the Constitution of India came into existence. After gaining independence from British rule in 1947, India was not a self-governing country i.e. not a sovereign state. India became a self-governing country when its constitution came into force in 1950.
India is a democratic country, which has no king or queen to rule here, although the people here are the rulers here. Every citizen living in this country has equal rights, no one can become Chief Minister or Prime Minister without our vote. We have the right to choose our best prime minister or any other leader to lead the country in the right direction. Our leader should have enough skill to think in favor of his country. He should think equally about all the states, villages and cities of the country so that India can become a well developed country without any discrimination of race, religion, poor, rich, upper class, middle class, lower class, illiteracy etc.
Our leaders in favor of the country should be of a dominant nature so that every officer can follow all the rules and controls properly. To make this country a corruption free country, all the officials should follow the Indian rules and regulations. Only a corruption free India with “Unity in Diversity” will be the real and true country. Our leaders should not consider themselves to be a special person, because they are one of us and are selected according to their ability to lead the country. They are chosen by us to render their true service to India for a limited period of time. Therefore, there should be no ambiguity between their ego and power and position.
As Indian citizens, we are also fully responsible towards our country. We should make ourselves regular, read the news and be aware of the happenings in the country, what is happening right and wrong, what our leaders are doing and first of all what we are doing for our country. Earlier, India was a slave country under British rule which got freedom after many years of struggle through the sacrifices of thousands of our freedom fighters. Therefore, we should not easily let go of all our precious sacrifices and again let it become a slave to corruption, illiteracy, inequality and other social discrimination. Today is the best day when we should pledge to preserve the real meaning, status, prestige of our country and most importantly the culture of humanity.
thanks jai hind
Speech on Republic Day – 4
First of all, I would like to congratulate all of you and express my gratitude for giving me the opportunity to speak two words on this holy time. I would like to give my respects to all the teachers and guardians present here and ask them to take forward my point.
We all have gathered here to celebrate our 72nd Republic Day.
Our country is a land of festivals. There are two or four festivals held here every month. But even among them three festivals are the most important, which are called national festivals. Republic Day, Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti are celebrated as national festivals on 26 January, 15 August and 2 October respectively.
On this day our country was declared a full republic nation. Our country became independent on 15th August 1947 after a long struggle of independence and lakhs of sacrifices. But this freedom was incomplete; At that time our country was divided into many pieces, which was the biggest challenge of the country to unite.
Our country did not have any written constitution of its own. No development is possible without discipline. Be it a person or a country. Keeping this in mind, the Constituent Assembly was formed, which had 299 members. It was presided over by Dr. Rajendra Prasad. Its first meeting was held in December 1946. And in 2 years 11 months 18 days it was finally completed on 26 November 1949. It was implemented across the country on 26 January 1950.
There is also a historical story behind this, as this day was not chosen for Republic Day. There is a big reason behind this. It was on this day, 26 January 1930, in the Lahore session of the Congress that declared Poorna Swaraj on the banks of the Ravi river.
Our constitution is the largest written constitution in the world, after reading the constitutions of different countries, their good and good things have been accepted. The Government of India Act 1935 had the greatest impact on the Constitution. Out of our 395 articles, 250 have been taken from this. ‘Parliamentary System’ from Britain, ‘Fundamental Rights’ from America, ‘Electoral System of the President’ from Ireland, ‘Republican Structure’ and ‘Freedom Equality Fraternity’ from France, ‘Concurrent List’ from Australia, ‘Emergency’ from Germany,’ Rajya Sabha’ is taken from South Africa, ‘Preamble’ from Soviet Union.
It was all about construction. Now let’s go and discuss about what is in the constitution.
The original constitution had 395 articles, 22 parts and 8 schedules. Our country is based on the parliamentary system, the head of which is the parliament, that is, the supreme parliament of the country’s system of governance. Parliament has three parts- Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and President. At present there are 395 articles, 22 parts and 12 schedules.
A parade is held on the Rajpath on this occasion. Around 8 in the morning, the President hoists the flag and takes the salute of the three armies. After that the three armies display their respective powers, and perform feats in the sky. Different states also bring out tableaux for their own specialties.
Today on this auspicious occasion the President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro has come who has come to see the glory of India at the invitation of the Prime Minister. On this pretext the whole world is aware of our power.
The great heroes of our country have fulfilled their responsibility by giving us freedom and making a constitution. In a democracy there is a system of the people, the people are the people. Therefore, it becomes our fundamental duty to protect and respect the system and constitution of our country. With these words I end my speech.
Jai Hind Jai Bharat!