74th Republic Day: What was shown in the parade?
When the 74th Republic Day parade began in delhi on Thursday, it was the first time that the country's biggest folk festival was being held on the newly built Kartavya Path. A glimpse of both India's military power and cultural diversity was seen in the parade organized on the theme 'Self-reliant India' and 'Make in India'. It is also being called the scene of the emergence of 'New India', which can be a matter of pride for any Indian. Like every time, the most talked about tableaux were presented during the parade this time too. This time 23 tableaux were presented in the parade, in which 17 were from states and union territories and 6 tableaux were presented by various ministries and departments. Where India's cultural heritage was present in these tableaux, there were also the country's legendary heroes. Along with this, there was also a glimpse of the economic and social progress of the country.
Uttarakhand, adorned with forests, rivers and mountains, is called Devbhoomi, where all religious places including Kedarnath, badrinath are present. This glimpse was also visible in the tableau of this state. Jageshwar Dham, a group of 124 temples in Almora, considered to be the origin of Shivling worship in the tableau of Uttarakhand, then the Corbett Forest Reserve decorated with bio-diversity along with Aipan folk art also appeared on it.
Uttar Pradesh was seen in the colors of Ram
Lord Ram's birthplace is in Uttar Pradesh. In such a situation, the tableau there was also seen in the color of Ram. The celebration of the return of Lord Rama and Sita to ayodhya after ending their exile was depicted in this tableau, in which there was a glimpse of the three-day Deepotsav celebrated in Ayodhya.
Kurukshetra is on the land of haryana itself, where the war of Mahabharata took place. It was in Kurukshetra that Lord krishna preached the Gita to Arjuna, which is still showing the way to the world in the form of the Bhagavad Gita. Haryana's tableau was seen on the same theme of Bhagavad Gita, in which Shri krishna became the charioteer of Arjuna's chariot and some other scenes from Mahabharata were shown.