Press Trust of India|May 26, 2022
- Republic Day 2022: States, union territories to display tableaux in this year’s parade
Republic Day 2022: States, union territories to display tableaux in this year’s parade
Republic Day 2022: Check the list of states and union territories to participate in this year’s parade and list of chief guests from the last 6 years.
NEW DELHI: In this year’s Republic Day parade, 12 states and union territories have been selected for showcasing their tableaux. Overall, 21 tableaux including 12 states and UTs and nine ministries will display their tableaux in Republic Day 2022 celebrations, according to ANI.
12 states and UTs that have been reportedly selected for displaying tableaux include Gujarat, Maharashtra, Arunachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Meghalaya, Jammu and Kashmir, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Haryana, and Uttarakhand.
Themes of tableau
- Meghalaya tableau will show 50 years of statehood and its tribute to women.
- Gujarat tableau will show tribal revolutionaries
- Goa tableau will display historical and natural attractions.
- Haryana tableau will showcase sports
- Uttarakhand tableau will showcase progressive development
- Arunachal Pradesh will display resistance of people
- Karnataka tableau will show handicrafts
- Jammu and Kashmir tableau will display development
- Chhattisgarh tableau will be based on Godhan Nayay Yojna theme
- Uttar Pradesh tableau will showcase skill development
- Punjab tableau will display contribution of state to independence
- Maharashtra tableau will show biodiversity
Chief guests at Republic Day parade
There will be no chief guest at the Republic Day 2022 parade due to COVID-19 third wave. Last year too, there was no chief guest due to second wave.
Take a look at the list of chief guests who visited in past years.
- 2014 Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Japan
- 2015 President Barack Obama United States
- 2016 President François Hollande France
- 2017 Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed United Arab Emirates
- 2018 Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah (Brunei), Joko Widodo (Indonesia), Thongloun Sisoulith (Laos), Prime Minister Hun Sen (Cambodia), Najib Razak (Malaysia), President Htin Kyaw (Myanmar), Rodrigo Roa Duterte (Philippines), Halimah Yacob (Singapore), Prayuth Chan-ocha (Thailand), Nguyễn Xuân Phúc (Vietnam)
- 2019 President Cyril Ramaphosa South Africa
- 2020 President Jair Bolsonaro Brazil
- 2021 Prime Minister Boris Johnson (cancelled his visit) United Kingdom
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