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National Pledge Day

The National Pledge Day is a pledge of allegiance to the Indian Republic. It is frequently recited in unison by Indians at public gatherings, particularly in schools, as well as during Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations. It is frequently seen on the first pages of school textbooks and calendars. Most Indian schools recite it during the morning assembly.

The vow, however, is not included in the Indian Constitution. I solemnly swear to strive tirelessly to protect and strengthen the nation's freedom and integrity. I further declare that I will never use violence and that all conflicts and disputes over religion, language, area, or other political or economic complaints should be resolved through peaceful and legal means. My pleasure is solely dependent on their well-being and prosperity.

It plays a pivotal role in developing nationalistic spirit among the citizens of the country. The Indian National Pledge was originally composed in Telugu language by writer Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao in 1962. It was first read out in a school in Visakhapatnam in 1963 and was subsequently translated into various regional languages. The Central Advisory Board on Education, under its chairman M. C. Chagla, directed that the pledge be read in schools at a meeting in 1964 in Bangalore and that this practice be introduced by January 26, 1965.

At Gajera Vidyabhavan Sachin, students regularly recite the Indian National Pledge in events organized for public gatherings, in school assemblies, and during Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations. Our students take great pride in reciting the pledge and understand the importance of the nationalistic spirit it instills. Additionally, our little Gajerians participated in National Pledge Day with great enthusiasm, and they were all very happy to perform the pledge on stage. We are proud to be Indian and to follow the culture that it represents. As a school, we strive to instill a sense of patriotism and national pride in our students and the recitation of the National Pledge is an important part of that process.

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