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Republic Day 2023 India 26 January Google Doodle Kartavya Path Pm Modi Draupadi Murmu Delhi Parade Live

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Google Doodle On Republic Day: Today the country is celebrating 74th Republic Day in honor of the Constitution. Google makes doodles to celebrate every special occasion. Today, on the occasion of Republic Day, Google has congratulated the countrymen on Republic Day by making a wonderful doodle. Google has made a doodle on its homepage in a special way through animation.

Let’s see how is this doodle…

Duty path is visible in this doodle made by Google. On one side of this path, soldiers riding on horses and on the other side, the feat of soldiers is visible, which shows the strength of India. Through this doodle, Google congratulates all Indians on Republic Day.

Ceremony on duty path at 10.30 am

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Today, on this occasion, President Draupadi Murmu will take salute of the parade going out from the duty path at 10.30 am in the 74th Republic Day celebrations. The parade will be commanded by Parade Commander, Lieutenant General Dheeraj Seth, Ati Vishisht Seva Medal, second generation army officer. On the eve of Republic Day, President Murmu had said in his address to the nation, we have lived up to the expectations of Babasaheb Ambedkar to a great extent. The ideals of Gandhiji’s Sarvodaya are yet to be achieved. At the same time, before the start of the parade today, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi Will go to the National War Memorial where we will pay tribute to the martyrs by offering floral tributes.

21 gun salute

At the same time, the parade will start with the hoisting of the national flag on the duty path. During this, the President will hoist the tricolor and after that there will be national anthem with 21 gun salute. For the first time, a 21-gun salute will be given from a 105 mm Indian field gun.

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