Republic Day 2022: Mesmerising tableaus at the parade

Updated: Jan 30, 2022, 08:03 AM(IST)

The majestic Rajpath hosted 21 tableaus, 12 representing various states and Union Territories, and nine representing ministries during this year's Republic Day Parade.

The Indian government will in a few days announce awards for the best floats.

Let's take a look at some of these impressive floats and find out what they represent:

Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh's tableau was inspired by the theme 'Anglo Abor Adiverse', which highlights the struggles of indigenous people of the state, particularly of Siang region, who have bravely resisted the expansion of British rule in India through their resistance to the British imperial policy.



As a tribute to its women-led cooperative societies and self-help groups, Meghalaya's tableau will commemorate 50 years of statehood. There will be bamboo and cane handicrafts displayed in the tableau. 



Maharashtra's tableau is inspired by the biodiversity and bio symbols of the state.



Gujarat's tableau honours tribal groups, revolutionaries of the state.



The Tata-Chanti Bridge, Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara, and Badrinath Temple were depicted in the Uttarakhand tableau at the 73rd Republic Day parade.



Tableau of Haryana is based on the theme 'Haryana Number One in Sports.' The state of Haryana has brought laurels to the country by winning the most medals in national and international sporting events including the Olympics.



Punjab's tableau for the Republic Day parade this year, focuses on the state's contribution to the independence struggle in India.



Karnataka tableau is based on the theme of ‘Karnataka: The Cradle of Traditional Handicrafts’ on R-Day. The Karnataka tableau showcases the traditional artistic diversity of the state, including handicrafts dating back hundreds of years. It is the only tableau chosen from South India.


Uttar Pradesh


UP's tableau highlights the achievements in skill development & employment through its 'One District One Product' policy, which reflects the state government's recent micro, small, & medium enterprise policy and industrial development policy. Kashi Vishwanath corridor development was also exhibited.


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