The national holiday is celebrated in India to commemorate the adoption of the Indian Constitution and the advent of democracy in the country. Republic Day, one of India’s three national holidays, commemorates the day the Indian Constitution entered into force on January 26, 1950. Republic Day celebrations are important in our lives because they honor a historical event with pride and excitement.
Patriotic or desh bhakti songs played at Republic Day celebrations in schools, universities, and government institutions on January 26 are an integral component of the festive national occasion. On this day, singer Sonu Kakkar sheds light on the songs she absolutely loves singing and listening to.
“Three of my favourite patriotic songs are Ae Watan, Maa Tujhe Salam, and Yeh Joh Des Hai Tera. The lyric of these songs are amazing, and listening to them on Republic Day makes you feel love for the country. These captivating patriotic songs from Hindi movies stir patriotism and nationalism in everybody.”