Beating Ceremony 2022: The Republic Day week will end with the ‘Beating the Rebellion’ ceremony held in the national capital today. This year the Beating ceremony will be celebrated on a grand scale to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Independence celebrated as ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’. President Ram Nath Kovind, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, will attend. This recurring event has been the norm for over 70 years.
On January 26, the nation witnessed a majestic display of cultural diversity, military might, and noble enterprise in the Republic Day parade. The 73rd Republic Day also marked 75 years of India’s Independence with the one-of-a-kind flight parade containing 75 aircraft. In addition, the audience on Rajpath and above were blessed with the display of live paintings of various states in the country.
What is the Beating Ceremony?
The Republic Day celebration officially ended with the Beating Ceremony. The chief guest of the event is the President of India and the event is organized and organized by the Indian Army. The ceremony completely transforms the environment around Vijay Chowk by filling it with illuminations, rhythmic sounds and patriotism.
This year’s ‘Beating the Retreat’ ceremony will feature, for the first time, an environmental drone show. 1,000 drones Produced with local technology. Synchronized background music It will also be played during the 10-minute show organized by a startup.Botlab Dynamics’ and is supported by the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and the Department of Science and Technology.
According to the center, there is also a projection mapping show To commemorate 75 years of independence. This will be played on the North and South Block walls before the ceremony ends.
“Indian martial music will be the flavor of the ceremony this year. in total 26 performances The Indian Army, Navy, Air Force and Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) groups will mesmerize audiences with footsteps music played,” the Ministry of Defense said on Friday.
The intro will be Massed Band playing the ‘Veer Sainik’ melody. It will be followed by Pipes and Drums Band, CAPF Band, Air Force Band, Marine Band, Army Military Band and Massed Bands. The chief conductor of the ceremony will be Commander Vijay Charles D’Cruz. A few new songs were added to the ceremony to celebrate ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’.
These include ‘Kerala’, ‘Hind ki Sena’ and ‘Ae Mere WatanKe Logon’. The event will conclude with the ever-popular song ‘Sare Jahan Se Acha’.
Beating Retreat: Where to Watch Live
The Beating Ceremony will be broadcast LIVE on Doordarshan National YouTube channel. People can also watch the Beating Ceremony LIVE on Doordarshan National channel.
The ceremony is expected to begin at around 17:00.