While the Indian Constitution is imbued with the spirit to maintain communal harmony, Delhi’s Jamia Nagar will set an example of unity in diversity as people of different castes and religions on the eve of Republic Day on Friday evening and Saturday.
The celebration will be attended by the residents as well as religious leaders.
In Jamia’s Tricona Park, the Republic Day celebration will not lack the grandeur and zeal.
Scores of people will gather and voice their opinion on the importance of Constitution at Tricona Park on Friday evening.
“The main objective of organising the event is to make people that Constitution has enforced laws to ensure communal harmony in the country. The Indian Constitution gives each of its citizens the right to choose his/ her religion. Our country is one of the biggest examples of unity in diversity,” said Danish Reyaz, organiser of the event and managing director of Maeeshat Media Private Limited.
Children and elderly persons (including ulemas and religious leaders) will also participate in the Republic Day celebration scheduled to be held at the Kalilullah Mosque (Batla House) on Saturday.
Attractions of Republic Day Celebration
The main attraction will be singing of National Anthem.
Discussion on the following topics.
India as a secular state
About Republic Day
The Indian Constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949. It came into effect across the country on January 26, 1950. The day on which India adopted its new constitution is known as Republic day.