India is largest democracy in the world

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Indian got freedom from the English ruler on Aug 15th 1947. However it did not have its own constitution.constitution means A body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is acknowledged to be governed.”constitution is a public agreement with respect to the four support beams of the society”.In order to set the rules that would guide the Nation the Creating Panel was hired to set up a lasting structure, with Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar as chairmen .After Freedom, Jan 26th, 1950 is one of the most important day in Native indian history as it was on this day the structure constitution for india country called as Republic Of indian.The Indian constitution came in to power on January 26th 1950.

26 JANUWARY 2013
26 JANUWARY 2013

Today India boasts of the largest democracy in the world.

This is a very extremely pleased day for all Indians, our constitution came into impact from Jan 26, 1950. We are going to give you Happy Republic Day .
Republic Day is the name of a vacation in holiday nations to honor the day when they became republics.As we all know that Republic Day is one of three national holidays in Indian which is a gazetted Holidays. On this day National, condition and municipality workplaces, publish workplaces and financial institutions are shut. It is a day to keep in mind when India’s constitution came into power.Republic Day is India’s excellent National event. It is famous every season on Jan 26, in National Capital .

Happy 63 th republic day of Indian to every INDIAN.

Republic Day 62

happy republic day
31 states 1618 languages 6400 castes 6 ethnic groups 29 festivals 1 COUNTRY, PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN Happy Republic Day..

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