Hi Everyone!! This article will share Republic Day Parade Questions & Answers.
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Republic Day Parade Questions & Answers
Question 1: When do we celebrate the Republic Day?
Answer: We celebrate the Republic Day on 26th January every year.
Question 2: Why do we celebrate the Republic Day?
Answer: On 26th January, in 1950, our constitution came into force which was a moment of pride for every Indian. That is why we celebrate 26th of January as Republic Day every year.
Question 3: Who hoists the National Flag on the Republic Day?
Answer: The President of India hoists the National Flag on the Republic Day.
Question 4: Where were Kali and Prince going early in the morning?
Answer: Early in the morning, Kali and Prince were going to take part in the school parade to celebrate the Republic Day.
Question 5: In which year did our constitution come into force?
Answer: In 1950, our constitution came into force.
Question 6: From where does the parade start from and who all participate in the parade?
Answer: A parade of all three wings of Indian armed forces starts from the Vijay Chowk displaying various arms, weapons, tanks and big guns, etc. Military bands, N.C.C. cadets, police also take part in the parade playing different tunes.
Question 7: Besides parade, what all events take place on this special day?
Answer: Besides parade, various states of the country also display jhanki related to their culture, tradition and progress after independence. This shows the existence of ‘Unity in Diversity’ in India. Folk dances are also exhibited there by the students.
At the end, an aeroplane showers flowers resembling the tricolour, which symbolizes our National Flag. Some colourful balloons are also flown in the sky indicating the symbol of peace.
Question 8: Write ‘True’ or ‘False’:
1. Prime Minister hoists the National Flag on the Republic Day – False
2. Rishabh and Kali were going to school – False
3. We celebrate 26th January as the Independence Day every year – False
4. Red Fort is in New Delhi – True
Question 9: Choose the correct word and fill in the blanks:
Various states of the country also display jhanki related to their culture, tradition and progress after independence. This shows the existence of ‘Unity in Diversity’ in India.
So, these were the Republic Day Parade Questions & Answers.