Celebrate Republic Day With Your Kid

Why is Republic Day celebrated?

India gained independence from British rule on August 15, 1947. Independence Day is observed on this day. As a result, today is recognised as Republic Day. The Indian Constitution, the longest-written in the world, was drafted by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

Watch the Parade

The parade is one of the best performances ever staged in India and is unquestionably a must-see for all kids. Even better, purchase tickets and attend the procession in person.

Make the Indian Flag

Give them some paint and a piece of paper or cardboard, and instruct them to paint the Indian flag. The best flag is flown over your house!

Dress up in Traditional Outfits

On Republic Day, tricolour attire is customary.

Tricolour sandwiches

Before adding another slice of bread, spread the green chutney on the first one. the cheese

Republic Day quiz

Nothing is better than capping up Republic Day with a quiz. You'll be shocked at how much your youngster has learned today if you quiz them on republic day and Indian history.