[Photos] Republic Day Celebration in Udaipur
The 64th Republic Day of India was celebrated with joyfulness and bliss in the city of Udaipur. The mass function started with flag hoisting by State Minister Mahendrajeet Singh Malwiya, closely followed by parade ceremony and cultural programs at Maharana Bhupal Stadium. 55 people of Udaipur have been honored for their outstanding work and achievements […]
The 64th Republic Day of India was celebrated with joyfulness and bliss in the city of Udaipur. The mass function started with flag hoisting by State Minister Mahendrajeet Singh Malwiya, closely followed by parade ceremony and cultural programs at Maharana Bhupal Stadium.
55 people of Udaipur have been honored for their outstanding work and achievements in various fields. Later, B. R. Bhati Additional District Collector addressed the audience by reading a message to the people of State, by Hon. Governor.
Minister Malwiya received the parade honor by Police, Home Guards, NCC, Police Band and Jail Band.
Under the direction of parade Commander Udaysingh Chundawat and second commander Gopal Singh, the male police division was led by Giriraj, Women Police division was led by Diksha Chouhan; Himmat Singh Rathod headed Home Guard (Male) and Hansa Sharma was leading Home Guard (Female) division.
Likewise, leader of NCC Army Boys was Sajjan Singh, Naval Boys was Dilip Singh, Air wing Boys was Sher Singh and Army Girls was Priya.
In junior division, NCC’s Army Boys: Trilok Dave, Naval Boys: Suryabhan Singh, Air Wing Boys: Rishiraj, Army Girls: Pallavi, Guide Girls: Chhavi, Scout Boys: Harshvardhan, Police Band: Master Kanhaiyalal and Jail Band: Master Gagan Singh led the march.
The program coordinators were Parvati Kotia, Rajendra Sen and Jitendra Bhatt.
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School students of Primary School (Govt.) and School for Deaf and Dumb demonstrated physical exercises on ground and dressed like chess pawn, the students presented symbol of nationalist; the dance was choreographed by William D’Souza. Student of Residency School showcased folk dance.
Beautifully designed tableaus depicting various developments in the State and ongoing projects related to education, society, medical, women and child development, animal husbandry etc. added elegance to the parade.
The best tableau prize was given to Panchayat Samiti Girwa, second prize to Health and Medical department and third prize to Sarv Shisksha Abhiyaan.
All administrative officials from Office of Divisional Commissioner, office of Collector, I.G., Udaipur Municipal Council and Urban Improvement Trust were present on the occasion.
Photos by Sayeed Ahmed
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