Republic Day 2023: PM Modi wears multicolour Rajasthani turban | PHOTOS
PM Modi Turban Photo On Republic Day: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, January 26, wore a multi-coloured Rajasthani turban on the occasion of the 74th Republic Day.
PM Modi Turban Photo On Republic Day: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, January 26, wore a multi-coloured Rajasthani turban on the occasion of the 74th Republic Day. The turban symbolises the diversity of India. Clad in a white kurta, pant with a black coat and a white stole, PM Modi arrived at the National War Memorial near India Gate where he paid tribute to fallen soldiers.
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Earlier this morning, PM Modi greeted people on Republic Day and said it is special this time as it is being celebrated during the "Amrit Mahotsav" of the country's independence.
"Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav" is an initiative of the government to celebrate 75 years of independence. Modi tweeted, "I wish that we move forward unitedly to fulfill the dreams of the country's great freedom fighters. Happy Republic Day to all fellow Indians!" he tweeted.
The ceremonial parade on the Kartavya Path commenced with President Droupadi Murmu taking the salute. The parade was commanded by Parade Commander Lt Gen Dhiraj Seth, a second-generation Army officer. Maj Gen Bhavnish Kumar, Chief of Staff, Delhi Area was the Parade Second-in-Command. For the first time, a combined band and marching contingent of theEgyptian Armed Forces took part in the ceremonial parade.
PM Modi's costume had a distinct touch of Uttarakhand and Manipur last year. He wore a Brahmakamal cap from Uttarakhand and Manipur's Leirum Phee stole.
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