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10 Amazing Ways of Celebrating Republic Day In A Foreign Country


January 25th, 2019   |   Updated on January 28th, 2019

26 January Marks India’s Republic Day

A sea of saffron, white and green covers cities and towns across India on January 26, to mark India’s Republic Day. Flags, flowers and decorations line the streets and fireworks fill the sky.

“Jan Gan Man” and “Jai Hind” are shouted amidst celebratory crowds. It’s India’s republic day and here’s what you can do to celebrate this great day even if you find yourself in a  foreign land.


1. Remember Your Roots

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Remember your roots and recall the sacrifices of the leaders and martyrs of the freedom struggle. But don’t only remember them, honor the labors and hard work put  to prepare and “give to ourselves”  the Constitution of India .


2. Go To A Community Indian Republic Day Join Event

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Several local Indian community organization are holding parties to celebrate Republic Day days. Join Indian community and celebrate Republic Day day.


3. Attend A Parade

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Hold parades to celebrate India’s Republic Day. Check if there’s one near you!


4. Host A Barbeque Dosa Party.

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A flat hot plate is the perfect griddle for a Dosa. Such an easy party food, you can mix it up by letting each guest choose their own custom fillings.


5. Wear A Traditional Indian Dresses

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6. Recite “Jan Gan Mana”

Republic Day is celebrated on the day “Purna Swara” was made the cry of independence on January 26, 1930. Stand up and recite “Jan Gan Man”, the national anthem, as a shout of patriotism.


7. Organize A Small Get Together With Compatriots

Although it is a working day around the world, but host or attend a small party with family and friends to celebrate the republic day. Let’s have some patriotic clipping


8. Cook Up Traditional Indian Snacks

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Cook up a traditional Indian snacks and let your guests enjoy one of the best cuisines in the world! Check out what European taste testers think of Indian snacks!!

9. Serve Indian Sweets



10. Finally, “Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani”

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