Ideas for posters, drawings, 3D art, and crafts

Ideas for posters, drawings, 3D art, and crafts

Republic Day 2023: Ideas for posters, drawings, sketches, 3D art, and crafts. (Video Credit: YouTube/ChitraBhumi Art Academy)

Republic Day, which is celebrated on January 26 every year, commemorates the day on which the Constitution of India came into effect by replacing the Government of India act (1935).

The constitution was adopted by the Indian Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949 and came into effect on 26 January 1950.

26 January was the chosen date as it was on this day when the Declaration of Indian Independence was proclaimed by the Indian National Congress in the year 1930.

This year, India is celebrating its 74th Republic Day.

History of the Day

India achieved independence from the British Raj on 15 August 1947. As the Indian laws were based on a modified version of the British establishment called ‘the Government of India Act 1935’, a Drafting Committee led by BR Ambedkar prepared a permanent constitution, which was submitted to the Constituent Assembly on 4 November 1947 and adopted on 26 November. However, it came into force on 26 January 1950.

The day is important in the history of India because it is the day when the Indian National Congress made the declaration of complete self-rule/total independence or Poorna Swaraj.

As the day defines and states the importance of the Indian constitution, it is celebrated across India with much fervour and enthusiasm.


Republic Day is marked with a celebration in the national capital before the President of India. A ceremonial parade is organized at the Rajpath to pay tribute to India and its diversity and rich cultural heritage.

Besides the parade in Rajpath, Republic Day celebrations are organized in every state of the country. Award distribution is a major part of the Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi.

The Beating Retreat, another important ceremony, is held after officially denoting the end of Republic Day festivities. It is conducted on the evening of 29 January, the third day after Republic Day.

The day is marked throughout the country with flag-hoisting programs in schools and colleges.

It also presents an opportunity for schoolgoers and office professionals to showcase their artistry and craft skills in poster-making and drawing competitions.

If you are looking for some creative inspiration for your Republic Day Arttake a look at these tutorial-based ideas for posterssketches, drawings, and crafts.

We hope these tutorials will help you with your Republic Day artwork.

Happy Republic Day.


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