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You can buy tickets for Republic Day Parade online

You can buy tickets for Republic Day Parade online

As India is going to celebrate its 74th Republic Day on January 26, the government decided to sell tickets online to the general public.

The government sends invitations to diplomats and guests online. Also, it put 32,000 tickets for the general public. These tickets are priced in the range of ₹20 to ₹500, depending on the event.

If you want to book a ticket for the Republic Day event, visit the website: You must register first to book a ticket. Enter your details like name, date of birth, address and mobile number. An OTP will be sent to your mobile number. Enter it to log in to the portal.

There are many events like the Republic Day Parade, the Beating the Retreat Ceremony etc. Choose from the given options. You can know the number of tickets offered for the event and their prices.

Fill in the information of all attendees and upload ID proofs, like Aadhaar cards, driving licenses, passports etc. Complete the payment.

You can also buy offline tickets at Pragati Maidan, Shastri Bhawan, Jantar Mantar, Sena Bhawan, and the Parliament House.

The participation of the common people is the main theme of this year’s R-Day celebrations. To capture the real spirit of the country, workers of the Central Vista project, like rickshaw pullers, milk booth workers, grocery shopkeepers, and vegetable vendors have been invited. As per media reports, workers, and their families will be seated in front of the dais.

The government renamed Rajapath as Kartavya Path, where the Republic Day celebrations take place. This is the first year that the Republic Day celebrations will take place after the change of Rajpath’s name to Kartavya Path.

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the president of Egypt, will be the special guest at the Republic Day celebrations of this year.

Those who have e-tickets for the event can avail free metro ride from Udyog Bhawan and Central Secretariat stations to the Raisina Hill area.

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