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Republic Day 2018 is special because of many reasons, it is a long weekend and first time ever the celebrations would be graced by not one but ten chief guests. Indian Government has planned to invite heads of 10 ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) as chief guests. Full dress rehearsals of the republic day parade are already in full swing.
Combing back to the long republic day weekend, people have already started packing their bags. Many airlines have slashed their fares by large margin to add to the joy of those who want to flee the city over the weekend.
If you’ve decided to stay in the city and witness the parade that takes place at India Gate. You can buy tickets to watch the event until January 25 from different ticket centres.
Here are Details about Republic Day Parade Tickets
Departmental Sale Counters at North Block roundabout, South Block roundabout: Pragati Maidan (Gate No. 1, Bhairon Road), Jantar Mantar (Main Gate), Shastri Bhawan (near Gate No. 1), India Gate (near Jamnagar House), Red Fort (near police picket). (10 a.m. until 5.30 p.m. daily).
Parliament House Reception Office. (11 a.m. until 4 p.m).
Government of India Tourist Office, 88 Janpath.
India Tourism Development Corporation (IDTC) Travel Counters at Ashok and Janpath Hotels. Delhi Tourism Development Corporation (DTDC) Counters at Coffee Home, Baba Kharag Singh Marg and Food and Craft Bazar, Dilli Haat, opposite INA Market and Shri Gandhi Ashram, Chandni Chowk.
If you want to buy tickets for Republic Day Parade 2018, visit any of the above mentioned locations. You need to show a valid identity proof such as Aadhar card, Voter ID or Pan card. The ticket prices are Rs 500 for reserved seats and Rs 200, Rs 100 & Rs 50 for unreserved seats.
Dress Yourself in Shades of Indian Tricolor
Tricolours saffron, white and India green have a special significance for every Indian. We want to immerse ourselves in these colors to get a good feel of the patriotism which is on all time high come republic day. You can dress yourself in these colors as part of celebrations of the day. There are choices galore available for every style in all three colors. On top of that catch discounts going all the way up to 80 percent with republic day offers.
What is so special about Republic Day Offers
To enjoy the weekend, you can also shop online with some amazing deals, Republic Day Sale is on.
Besides the mega discounts, you can look forward to the cashback offers on the republic day sale. On a purchase of Rs 15,000, you can pocket straight Rs 1500, with the 10% Cashback on HDFC Bank cards.
Even Big Bazar has announced its flagship, sabse saste 5 din sale with many offers. This power packed sale will go live from January 24 to 28. Expect great savings on food, household items, electronics, kitchenware, home decor and many more categories. Did you know? You can order from Big Bazaar sabse saste din sale online. Check your pincode for delivery from here.
Hottest Categories to Shop this Republic Day
The discounts on mobile phones are most lucrative of all, as some of the best selling models of top brands get a price cut. Doesn’t matter whether you’re looking to buy a budget smartphone, mid segment, or flagship.
The discounts range over all popular categories like home appliances, fashion, luggage, dining needs, beauty products, kids products, furniture and many more. You can get some great bargain deals by shopping online on republic day.
Even you don’t want to play with your budget by making any big purchases in lieu of savings. You can well shop groceries and monthly essential from the republic day sale. These are a routine requirement for every household, and shopping for monthly groceries is easy way to pocket some savings. Get assured discounts on all monthly essentials with republic day offers.
This year, India is celebrating 69th Republic Day, it was on 26 January 1950 when constitution of the country came into effect. With a long weekend, you can do a lot of things, some for yourself and some for your country, the society in which you live.