Highlights of 12 State/UT tableaux
A total of 21 tableaux from twelve states and union territories participated in the republic day parade.
The state showcased fifty years of its statehood. This included the women led self-help groups and women cooperative societies. The tableau also showcased cane handicrafts and bamboo handicrafts.
The state showcased tribal revolutionaries. This included the Pal Dadhvav Martyrs, where more than 1,200 innocent people were killed by the British.
The state showcased its tableau based on the theme, “Symbols of Gone Heritage”. It also showcased different natural and historical attractions.
The theme of the state’s tableau was “Haryana Number One on Sports”. Haryana had brought maximum number of medals in national and international sports, especially Olympics.
The theme of the Uttarakhand’s tableau is “Pragati Ki or Badhta Uttarakhand”. It showcased the recent developments in connectivity and religious sites.
The theme of the Tableau was “Anglo Abor Adiverse”. It depicted the struggle of the ethnic groups against the Britishers. 16 dancers performed the Tapu dance. The Abor are the Galo people. They are the descendants of Abotani. They speak Tani Galo language. They are listed under the Scheduled Tribe list since 1950.
Theme: Credo of Traditional Handicrafts. The theme is based on the Godhan Nayay Yojana.
Theme: Achievements through skill development and employment through One District One Product Programme
Theme: Contribution of the state to the country’s independence
Bio symbols and biodiversity of the state
Limited time and space
Only 21 tableaux took part in the parade due to less time and space. The states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal did not participate in the state and had raised concerns over this.
The central theme was “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”. It aims to celebrate 75 years of Indian independence.
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