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    List of chief guests at Delhi Republic Day parade

    List of chief guests at Delhi Republic Day parade

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    Countries invited as chief guests for the Republic Day parade. Erstwhile Yugoslavia (twice invited) has not been depicted in the map.

    5 times (France, United Kingdom)

    4 times (Bhutan, Soviet Union/Russia)

    Thrice (Brazil, Indonesia, Mauritius)

    Twice (Cambodia, Japan, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam)

    Once Never invited

    Since 1950, India has been hosting head of state or government of another country as the state guest of honour for Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi. During 1950–1954, Republic Day celebrations were organised at different venues (like Irwin Amphitheatre, Kingsway, Red Fort and Ramlila Maidan). It was only starting 1955 when the parade in its present form was organised at Rajpath.[1] The guest country is chosen after a deliberation of strategic, economic and political interests. During 1950s–1970s, a number of Non-Aligned Movement and Eastern Bloc countries were hosted by India. In 1968 and 1974, India played host to two countries on the same Republic Day.

    By region, the invitations break up as follows:

    Region Invitations Countries

    South and Central Asia 13 Afghanistan, Bhutan (4 times), Kazakhstan, Maldives, Nepal (twice), Pakistan (twice), Sri Lanka (twice)

    East and Southeast Asia 20 Brunei, Cambodia (twice), China, Indonesia (thrice), Japan (twice), Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore (twice), South Korea, Thailand (twice), Vietnam (twice)

    West Asia and North Africa 5 Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates

    West Africa 2 Nigeria (twice)

    Central and Southern Africa 3 South Africa (twice), Zaire

    East Africa 5 Mauritius (thrice), Tanzania, Zambia

    Eastern Europe 8 Bulgaria, Poland, Yugoslavia (twice), Soviet Union/Russia (4 times)

    Western Europe and North America 17 Belgium, Denmark, France (5 times), Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom (5 times), United States

    Central America and Caribbean 2 Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago

    South America 5 Argentina, Brazil (thrice), Peru

    Oceania 1 Australia

    By continent, the invitations break up as follows:

    Continent Invitations Countries

    Asia 36 Afghanistan, Bhutan (4 times), Brunei, Cambodia (twice), China, Indonesia (thrice), Iran, Japan (twice), Kazakhstan, Laos, Maldives, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal (twice), Pakistan (twice), Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore (twice), South Korea, Sri Lanka (twice), Thailand (twice), United Arab Emirates, Vietnam (twice)Europe 24 Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France (5 times), Greece, Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Soviet Union/Russia (4 times), Spain, Yugoslavia (twice), United Kingdom (5 times)Africa 12 Algeria, Egypt, Mauritius (thrice), Nigeria (twice), South Africa (twice), Tanzania, Zaire, ZambiaSouth America 5 Argentina, Brazil (thrice), PeruNorth America 3 Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, United StatesOceania 1 Australia

    List of chief guests[edit]

    Year Portrait Chief Guest Country Designation Note Host

    1950 Sukarno[2]  Indonesia President of Indonesia Rajendra Prasad

    1951 Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah[3]    Nepal King of Nepal

    1952

    No information available

    1953

    1954 Jigme Dorji Wangchuck[4]  Bhutan King of Bhutan Rajendra Prasad

    1955 Malik Ghulam Muhammad[5]  Pakistan Governor-General of Pakistan First guest for parade at Rajpath[6]

    1956 Rab Butler  United Kingdom Chancellor of the Exchequer Two guests[7][note 1]

    Kōtarō Tanaka  Japan Chief Justice of Japan

    1957 Georgy Zhukov[9]  Soviet Union Minister of Defence

    1958 Ye Jianying[10]  China Marshal of the People's Liberation Army

    1959 Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[11][12][13]  United Kingdom Consort of Queen Elizabeth II 2nd invitation

    1960 Kliment Voroshilov[14]  Soviet Union Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet 2nd invitation

    1961 Queen Elizabeth II[15]  United Kingdom Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms 3rd invitation[note 2]

    1962 Viggo Kampmann[16]  Denmark Prime Minister of Denmark [note 3]

    1963 Norodom Sihanouk[18]  Cambodia King of Cambodia Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

    1964 Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma[8]  United Kingdom Chief of the Defence Staff 4th invitation[note 1]

    1965 Rana Abdul Hamid  Pakistan Minister of Food and Agriculture 2nd invitation

    1966

    No information available[note 4]

    1967 Mohammed Zahir Shah[20]  Afghanistan King of Afghanistan [note 5] Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

    1968 Alexei Kosygin  Soviet Union Chairman of the Council of Ministers 3rd invitation Two guests[23] Zakir Husain

    Josip Broz Tito  Yugoslavia President of Yugoslavia

    1969 Todor Zhivkov[24]  Bulgaria Prime Minister of Bulgaria

    1970 Baudouin[25][26]  Belgium King of Belgium [note 6] V. V. Giri

    1971 Julius Nyerere[27]  Tanzania President of Tanzania

    1972 Seewoosagur Ramgoolam[28]  Mauritius Prime Minister of Mauritius

    1973 Mobutu Sese Seko[29]  Zaire President of Zaire

    1974 Josip Broz Tito  Yugoslavia President of Yugoslavia 2nd invitation Two guests[30]

    Sirimavo Bandaranaike  Sri Lanka Prime Minister of Sri Lanka

    1975 Kenneth Kaunda[31]  Zambia President of Zambia Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed

    स्रोत : en.wikipedia.org

    List of all Chief Guests on Delhi Republic Day Parades (1950–2022)

    The number of people that have been decided to attend the function of republic day is nearly 5-8 thousand and the numbers have been decided to keep in mind the current scenario of coronavirus as on 26th January 2022. We will be looking upon the chief guest who was invited to the event of parades held in Delhi on Republic day starting from 1950 to the present year 2022.

    List of all Chief Guests on Delhi Republic Day Parades (1950–2022)

    The number of people that have been decided to attend the function of republic day is nearly 5-8 thousand and the numbers have been decided to keep in mind the current scenario of coronavirus as on 26th January 2022. We will be looking upon the chief guest who was invited to the event of parades held in Delhi on Republic day starting from 1950 to the present year 2022.

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    Chief Guests on Delhi Republic Day Parades

    Chief Guests on Delhi Republic Day Parades

    Every year republic day is celebrated by performing a parade along with the armed forces to honour the day. The importance of republic day is that on republic day which is the 26th of January 1950 our country India became a democratic republic and it is the day on which the Indian constitution came on board. In 2022 republic day will be falling on Wednesday.

    There has been seen a great fall in the number of people allowed for being part of the parade. The earlier given numbers show that the number of people that were allowed for the parade was near about 1.3 lakhs and these numbers are related to the year before the COVID-19 i.e. the year before 2020.

    According to the information given by the higher officials, the discussion is telling that again this year India won’t be inviting foreign officials to be a part of the republic day events, although India was in the plan for calling the leaders of nations such as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan for the republic day event, supposed to be held in Delhi on 26th January.

    It will be counted as the second time when no foreign officials will be present on the Republic day of India as chief guests. Because of the coronavirus, the number of people permitted to enter the parade is nearly 5-8 thousand.

    The ministry of defence has clearly stated that while the event of republic day will be going on high measure will be taken to ensure the fact that the protocols made for COVID-19 is not broken and is sincerely followed by every individual present in the event. Every member will be asked for maintaining a safe distance from each other and according to that proper seat will be arranged. For keeping high safety at the place of the event sanitizer will be made easily available for every individual and they will be asked for putting on their masks all the time.

    Below the list shows all the people invited as the chief guest for the republic day parade in India

    year (1950-2022) Designation and name of the guest invited country from which the guest is coming

    1950 President Sukarno Indonesia

    1951 King Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah  Nepal

    1952 No invitation  —

    1953 No invitation  —

    1954 King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck Bhutan

    1955 Governor-General Malik Ghulam Muhammad Pakistan

    1956 Chancellor of the Exchequer R. A. Butler  United Kingdom

    Chief Justice Kotaro Tanaka Japan

    1957 Minister of Defence Georgy Zhukov  Soviet Union

    1958 Marshall Ye Jianying China

    1959 Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip  United Kingdom

    1960 President Kliment Voroshilov USSR

    1961 Queen Elizabeth II United Kingdom

    1962 Prime Minister Viggo Kampmann  Denmark

    1963 King Norodom Sihanouk Cambodia

    1964 Chief of Defence Staff Lord Louis Mountbatten  United Kingdom

    1965 Food and Agriculture Minister Rana Abdul Hamid Pakistan

    1966 No invitation  No invitation

    1967 King Mohammed Zahir Shah  Afghanistan

    1968 Prime Minister Alexei Kosygin USSR

    President Josip Broz Tito SFR Yugoslavia

    1969 Prime Minister of Bulgaria Todor Zhivkov Bulgaria

    1970 King of the Belgians Baudouin  Belgium

    1971 President Julius Nyerere Tanzania

    1972 Prime Minister Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Mauritius

    1973 President Mobutu Sese Seko Zaire

    1974 President Josip Broz Tito SFR Yugoslavia

    Prime Minister Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike Sri Lanka

    1975 President Kenneth Kaunda Zambia

    1976 Prime Minister Jacques Chirac France

    1977 First Secretary Edward Gierek Poland

    1978 President Patrick Hillery Ireland

    1979 Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser Australia

    1980 President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing France

    1981 President José López Portillo Mexico

    1982 King Juan Carlos I Spain

    1983 President Shehu Shagari Nigeria

    1984 King Jigme Singye Wangchuck Bhutan

    1985 President Raúl Alfonsín Argentina

    1986 Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou Greece

    1987 President Alan García Peru

    1988 President Junius Jayewardene Sri Lanka

    1989 General Secretary Nguyen Van Linh Viet Nam

    1990 Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth Mauritius

    1991 President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom Maldives

    1992 President Mário Soares Portugal

    1993 Prime Minister John Major United Kingdom

    1994 Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong Singapore

    1995 President Nelson Mandela South Africa

    1996 President Dr. Fernando Henrique Cardoso Brazil

    1997 Prime Minister Basdeo Panday Trinidad and Tobago

    स्रोत : unacademy.com

    Republic Day 2023: List of all Chief Guests on Delhi Republic Day Parades (1950–2023)

    Republic Day 2023: Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26 January in Delhi India. And read the list of all Chief Guests on India Republic Day Parades from 1950 to 2023. And who was the first Chief Guest of the Republic Day of India?

    Republic Day 2023: List of all Chief Guests on Delhi Republic Day Parades (1950–2023)

    Chief Guests at Delhi Republic Day Parade 2023: As per sources, only 5,000-8,000 people are likely to be allowed to attend the Republic Day event owing to the present COVID-19 situation on January 26, 2023. Let us have a look at the list of all Chief Guests on Delhi Republic Day Parades (1950–2023).

    Hemant Singh Updated: Jan 21, 2023 13:25 IST

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    Chief Guests at Delhi Republic Day Parade 2023: This year Republic Day will be celebrated on Wednesday. Every year, it is celebrated with the armed forces holding a parade in honour of the day. This is the day when our Consitution came into force on 26 January 1950, making India a democratic republic.

    The sources in the Defence establishments said in 2020 that before the pandemic broke out in India, around 1.25 lakh people were permitted to attend the parade.

    The GoI (Government of India) has chosen to reserve the front row for special official invitees this year, in 2023, though. The front row will be occupied by the Shramjeevis and their families, Kartavya Path maintenance workers, and other neighbourhood residents like rickshaw pullers and vegetable vendors.

    This year's Republic Day festivities will focus on the "participation of the common people."

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    India as an independent, sovereign, and democratic country implemented its constitution on 26 January 1950. Since then, India being the Democratic Republic celebrates a grand ceremony every year to commemorate Republic Day, and a Foreign Leader is invited every year by the  Indian Government.

    The initial four Republic day parades were held at different places (Red Fort, Ramlila Grounds, Irwin Stadium, Kingsway) between 1950 to 1954. However, in 1955, Rajpath was chosen as the permanent venue for Republic Day celebrations.

    On 26 January 1950, Indonesian President Sukarno was the first Chief guest on the very first Republic Day parade of India. Representatives from the United Kingdom and France have been invited 5 times each.

    How is Chief Guest chosen for India's Republic Day?

    The Chief Guest at India's Republic Day parade is accorded the country's highest honour in protocol terms but do you know how the Republic Day Chief Guest is chosen?

    Six months prior to Republic Day, the Indian Government sends the invitation to either the Head of State or the Government subject to the kind of relationship India has with the concerned country.

    Before sending the invitation, the approval of the Indian Prime Minister is sought in addition to clearance from the President of India.

    Let’s have a look at the list of all the Chief Guests at the Republic Day Parade(1950-2023)

    YearGuest NameCountry

    1950 President Sukarno Indonesia 1951

    King Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah

    Nepal 1952 No invitation --- 1953 No invitation --- 1954

    King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck

    Bhutan 1955

    Governor-General Malik Ghulam Muhammad

    Pakistan 1956

    Chancellor of the Exchequer R. A. Butler

    Chief Justice Kotaro Tanaka

    United Kingdom Japan 1957

    Minister of Defence Georgy Zhukov

    Soviet Union 1958

    Marshall Ye Jianying

    China 1959

    Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip

    United Kingdom 1960

    President Kliment Voroshilov

    USSR 1961 Queen Elizabeth II United Kingdom 1962

    Prime Minister Viggo Kampmann

    Denmark 1963

    King Norodom Sihanouk

    Cambodia 1964

    Chief of Defence Staff Lord Louis Mountbatten

    United Kingdom 1965

    Food and Agriculture Minister Rana Abdul Hamid

    Pakistan 1966 No invitation No invitation 1967

    King Mohammed Zahir Shah

    Afghanistan 1968

    Prime Minister Alexei Kosygin

    USSR

    President Josip Broz Tito

    SFR Yugoslavia 1969

    Prime Minister of Bulgaria Todor Zhivkov

    Bulgaria 1970

    King of the Belgians Baudouin

    Belgium 1971

    President Julius Nyerere

    Tanzania 1972

    Prime Minister Seewoosagur Ramgoolam

    Mauritius 1973

    President Mobutu Sese Seko

    Zaire 1974

    President Josip Broz Tito

    SFR Yugoslavia

    Prime Minister Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike

    Sri Lanka 1975

    President Kenneth Kaunda

    Zambia 1976

    Prime Minister Jacques Chirac

    France 1977

    First Secretary Edward Gierek

    Poland 1978

    President Patrick Hillery

    Ireland 1979

    Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser

    Australia

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