Known to celebrate India’s diverse culture with his sartorial choices, Prime Minister Narendra Modi upheld the tradition by wearing a unique Uttarakhand traditional cap on the occasion of the 73rd Republic Day.
From dazzling Jamnagar turbans, Rajasthani safas to Kolhapuri style turbans, PM Modi’s eye-catching choice of turbans becomes the talk of the town every time he appears for special occasions. However, abandoning the idea of wearing a shiny turban with a long turban, PM Modi opted to wear a unique traditional cap from Uttarakhand on the occasion of India’s 73rd Republic Day.
The cap was embellished with a Brahmakamal inspired brooch. Brahmakamal is the state flower of Uttarakhand which is used by the PM whenever he goes to Kedarnath for worship.
She also honored Northeast India’s tradition by wearing the stole gifted during her visit to Manipur and paired it with her statement kurta-churidar and traditional sleeveless jacket with V-neck, as she paid homage to the martyrs. Soldiers laying a wreath at the National War Memorial on the 73rd Republic Day.
He was also seen wearing a white face mask during the visit. Last year, the PM wore a ‘halari paag’ (royal head turban), which was gifted to him by the Jamnagar royal family of Gujarat.
Republic Day is being celebrated with pomp all over the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday greeted the countrymen on the occasion of 73rd Republic Day.
“Wishing you all a very Happy Republic Day. Jai Hind!,” tweeted PM Modi.
Celebrations will be held across the country to mark the day. India officially adopted its constitution on this day 73 years ago.