31 October

Unity Day in India 2021: Happy Rashtriya Ekta Diwas Celebrations!

National Unity Day is a common symbol among the people in India. It is observed in the month of October, with the calendar being dedicated to the same theme every year. It is dedicated to celebrating the glorious history of the nation and its great contributions to the world community. It is a day that expresses the love and affection for the mother land. It is observed by millions of people all around the world, including the residents of Indian Constitution Nation. It is a day when the people come together to observe unity and diversity, and also the pride and freedom for a nation.

National Unity Day was first introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi the government of India in 2014. The day is to celebrate, to celebrate the glorious history of the nation and its great contributions to the world community. This day is observed in the month of October, with celebrations spread over various parts of the country. The National Unity Day celebration is marked by massive street demonstrations and civil disobedience.

National Unity Day 2021 Date

  • Year > 2021
  • Date > October 31
  • Weekday > Sunday

National Unity Day 2021 Theme

Aspirants can read the biography, and contributions of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Because it is the 146th  birth anniversary of Patel.

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Happy Rashtriya Ekta Diwas Celebrations

On this National Unity Day, millions of people in India to take part in celebrations, parades, processions, prayers and song. Thousands of trucks adorned with banners carrying patriotic symbols and messages are paraded through the cities and towns of India. The central government along with the central state authorities distribute sweets to the people.

The entire government machinery is taken into confidence, and people are felicitated on this day. Several private schools, colleges, educational organizations and various other bodies organize classes and programs on National Unity Day. The objective behind National Unity Day celebrations is to celebrate the glorious history of the nation and the vast contributions made by it to the mankind.

The foremost occasion on the National Unity Day is a huge statue of Gandhi Vaishno Devi constructed at the top of the dome of the temple at Jain temple in Amritsar. After completion of the work, the statue of Ghandi was put in front of the temple to pay homage to the Hindu god. India has been a votive nation of the Gita since ancient times, and this is the only goddess whom the Hindus worship as their goddess of wisdom and knowledge. The presence of this gigantic statue at the Jain Temple signifies that the nation is ready to sacrifice for the unity of the nation and stands with equal strength to defeat all forces that would divide the nation.

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The Rashtriya Diwali is the most awaited festival in the northern part of India and the National Unity Day celebrations are organized in the whole nation. The day was basically established by Sardar Vallabha as a way to unite and revitalize the people against the common enemy-the British. This grand celebration of unity commemorates the defeat of the British at the Second World War. The Rashtriya Diwali is a grand festival of immense importance and goes for two weeks which witnesses participation of all sections of Indian society-sectarians, Maratha Mysoreis, Rajputs, Jews, Christians, Workers and Farmers, Leftists, National Art gallery and more.

The National Unity Day celebrated every year on the occasion of birth anniversary of Ambedkar is also celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm throughout the country. The statue of Ambedkar is exhibited in several places and is admired by all those who wish to lay hands on it. This article is provided for information purposes only. Please check out the details in the website and do not attempt to take responsibility for damage or injury to persons or property.

Jahidul Islam

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