India’s 66th Republic Day celebrated at Concord Function centre

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Amid slight showers, 66th Indian Republic  Day was celebrated with fervor and gaiety at Concord Function Centre today.

Even rain couldn’t deter the patriotic spirit of the people who attended the function in large numbers. The solemn ceremony was attended by  over 200 dignitaries and officials of host government, members of the Indian community, media, academicians, students, and friends of India from a diverse cross-section of society.

Sunjay Sudhir, Consul General unfurled the Tricolour and  read out the  President’s address to the Nation.

Speaking on the occasion Consul general also highlighted the achievement of Indians in Australia and congratulated them for their  accomplishments in various fields. He also spoke about the launch of the  Tourist visa on arrival (TVoA) for Australian passport holders. Consul General also congratulated people about the merger of OCI (Overseas Citizen of India ) and PIO (Person of Indian Origin) schemes .

This was followed by singing of patriotic songs and screening of video on ‘Clean Ganga Fund’. Refreshments were served after the event.

India's 66th Republic Day Celebration

India’s 66th Republic Day Celebration

India's 66th Republic Day Celebration

India’s 66th Republic Day Celebration

India's 66th Republic Day Celebration

India’s 66th Republic Day Celebration

 

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