#RepublicDay2023 : India’s Rich Culture On Full Display By 17 States With Their Colourful Tableau’s

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India’ rich culture were on full display with colourful tableau’s from Assam, Maharashtra , Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Gujarat, West Bengal and several other states and Union Territories rolled down the revamped Kartavya Path, with ‘Nari Shakti’ being the theme for majority of the floats.

Ministry of Home Affairs’ tableau reflected resolve to make India drug-free. Uttar Pradesh’s tableau showcases Ayodhya Deepotsava organised since 2017.

Haryana’s tableau reflects design based on Bhagavad Gita. In its entirety, the tableau shows Lord Krishna serving as the charioteer of Arjun and giving him knowledge of Gita. The patterns on the sides of the trailer show various scenes from the battle of Mahabharat

Karnataka’s tableau symbolically unveils exceptional achievements of state’s 3 women achievers.

Sulagitti Narasamma – a midwife, Tulsi Gowda Halakki – known as ‘Vruksha Maate’ & Saalumarada Thimmakka are noted names due to their selfless contribution to society.

Kerala presented the tableau of ‘Nari Shakti’ and folk traditions of women empowerment. The tractor portrays Karthyayani Amma, the winner of Nari Shakti Puraskar in 2020 who top scored the literacy examination at the age of 96.

Jammu and Kashmir tableau showcases new era of development, tourism potential at R-day parade. The tableau of Jharkhand shows the famous Baidyanath Temple located in Deoghar. Lord Birsa Munda is depicted in the front of the tableau.

Arunachal Pradesh, known as the land for the rising sun, its tableau showcased the potential for tourism in the fields of adventure, sports, ecology, culture, religion, history and archaeology

Tripura’s tableau with the theme ‘Sustainable Livelihood through tourism & organic farming in Tripura with active participation of women’, displayed at the Republic Day parade. It also shows Mahamuni Buddha Mandir.

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