Republic Day Parade: 23 tableaux to roll down Kartavya Path
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Republic Day Parade: 23 tableaux to roll down Kartavya Path

January 23, 2023

New Delhi: Vibrant tableaux from Karnataka, Assam, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Gujarat, West Bengal and several other States and Union Territories will roll down the renovated Kartavya Path in New Delhi at the Republic Day (RD) parade on Jan. 26.

Out of 23 tableaux — 17 are from States and Union Territories while six are from other Ministries and Departments — depicting country’s unique cultural history, economic development and social advancement, the Defence Ministry stated in its  official statement.

The theme chosen by several States this year is mostly ‘Nari Shakti,’ along with cultural heritage and other themes. However, Karnataka’s tableau on ‘Nari Shakti’ depicting women power of the State is all set to take part in the RD parade. The West Bengal tableau represents ‘Durga Puja’ in Kolkata and commemorates its inclusion on the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage while Assam’s tableau displays the renowned Ahom General Lachit Borphukan as well as cultural icons such as the famed Kamakhya Temple.

9 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Republic Day Parade: 23 tableaux to roll down Kartavya Path”

  1. Howdy, Modi! says:

    So, after China took yet more territories near Himachal Pradesh recently, which Narendra Modi, managed to hide it, he is going to be present in this
    looking at the parade along with that tribal Woman, Murmu. That is the best , third world India can do!

  2. Karnataka IT Techie Coolie! says:

    Which foreign leader is the chief guest for this jamboree?
    Narendra Modi invited the corrupt Brazil president, who is gone now.
    Since Narendra Modi is getting oil and gas at a discounted price, as the West do not buy them any more, why not invite Putin?
    Narendra Modi is scared as the US, the EU and other Western countries will not take his IT techies on work visas, and may not outsource their IT work for India, to deploy cheap IT labour.

  3. Raampur Ka Laxman!! says:

    Why not Narendra Modi invite his friend Putin who has given him cheap oil and gas?
    May be scared of Western leaders, whose countries give cheap IT work for his Tech India?
    Why not invite, otherwise, the UAE sheikh, the leader, where thousands of Indians, mostly Keralites have gone to do menial work?

  4. Tara says:

    So, in this Parade, Droupadi Murmu, the President ( oh, dear!), takes salutes, and the National Anthem, composed by Tagore for King George is played.

  5. Observer says:

    Mr Ganapathy! Have you been reading the comments section of all the columns of your news paper? Does this look anything healthy? Once somebody suggested that you should moderate the comments and the he/she was shouted at and trolled by so many like minded people! My suggestion is to save the IP addresses of everybody who writes a comment. May be it will be very useful for the law-enforcement one of these days! It appears like your comments section has been hijacked for a nefarious cause!!

  6. Karnataka IT Techie Coolie! says:

    Hello @Observer
    You seem not to understand that Mr Ganapathy has retired and is no longer the editor
    As for comments, your small brain which is conditioned to implicit agreement with those in power-in fact slavery, does not understand that people’s opinions differ..
    The posters above, have not said anything which is not true. Hence grow up.
    As for IP address collection, you seem a luddite not to know IP addresses mean noothing. Are you prepared to pay for an IT techie to coolect all those IP addresses, and examine each of them?
    Surely, not. You are just an armchair idiot.

  7. Howdy, Modi! says:

    Hey @Observer
    Instead of posting a comments being not healthy-what is your meaning of’ being healthy,? Meekly agree with the superiority of India, as tech India, which is nonsense any way as the country simply carries out cheap IT labour based on very weak INR against USD and Euro, or Narendra Modi has hidden the recent incursion of China which resulted in territories being lost to China which you stupid Indians did not know or Tagore wrote this National Anthem which was to praise the visit of King George or your president Droupadi Murmu was picked by Narendra Modi as she could be subservient to him, when a number of better qualified women were available or Narendra Modi is fearful of upsetting Western leaders, as he wants Indian IT techies to be given work visas, demanding them, whenever he meets them?
    Come on tell us, instead of posting some crap. You may close your yes thinking your country is fine, but have you seen the number of chain snatching incidents in Mysore, the dowry killing, the 40% commission demanded by ministers and officials for every contracts awarded ? Go on, collect the useless IP addresses-just volunteer to do it and then you discover your ignorance. Trying to be clever? You are not , you reveal as being dim witted.
    I suggest better focus on preventing the destruction of the Chamundi Hill by drivers like you thundering along the Hill Road in large numbers resulting in the crumble of the Hill ‘s geological structure. But you won’t do it, as you are just a keyboard mug.

  8. Howdy, Modi! says:

    Hey @Observer
    Instead of posting a comments being not healthy-what is your meaning of’ being healthy,? Meekly agree with the superiority of India, as tech India, which is nonsense any way as the country simply carries out cheap IT labour based on very weak INR against USD and Euro, or Narendra Modi has hidden the recent incursion of China which resulted in territories being lost to China which you stupid Indians did not know or Tagore wrote this National Anthem which was to praise the visit of King George or your president Droupadi Murmu was picked by Narendra Modi as she could be subservient to him, when a number of better qualified women were available or Narendra Modi is fearful of upsetting Western leaders, as he wants Indian IT techies to be given work visas, demanding them, whenever he meets them?
    Come on tell us, instead of posting some crap. You may close your yes thinking your country is fine, but have you seen the number of chain snatching incidents in Mysore, the dowry killing, the 40% commission demanded by ministers and officials for every contracts awarded ? Go on, collect the useless IP addresses-just volunteer to do it and then you discover your ignorance. Trying to be clever? You are not , you reveal as being dim witted.
    I suggest better focus on preventing the destruction of the Chamundi Hill by drivers like you thundering along the Hill Road in large numbers resulting in the crumble of the Hill ‘s geological structure. But you won’t do it, as you are just a keyboard mug.

  9. Raampur Ka Laxman!! says:

    @Observer
    I posted the following
    “Why not Narendra Modi invite his friend Putin who has given him cheap oil and gas?
    May be scared of Western leaders, whose countries give cheap IT work for his Tech India?
    Why not invite, otherwise, the UAE sheikh, the leader, where thousands of Indians, mostly Keralites have gone to do menial work?”
    Tell me what is not true in any of the above? Indeed, your Narendra Modi, specifically sopped at the UAE, on the way back from Munich, Germany after attending the G7 meeting as an Observer, not as a participant, as India is not a G7 country. He was reported to have assured the Keralite businessmen there about UAE-Mysore direct son-stop flight when Mysore airport is ready to receive jet liners like the A320. It is evident that these Keralite businessmen are the ones who smuggle gold in to Kerala now, want to expand their business to Mysore, and they are the ones who are currently expanding the Hawala Channel money operations in Mysore city through Wayanad-Nanjangud-Mysore corridor., with the punishment crimes increasing.
    I bet you consider the above to be “HEALTHY”?!! AND DO NOT WANT ANYONE TO COMMENT?

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