Saturday, January 25, 2020

Republic Day 2020 : 5 Platforms You Can Use To Read And Explore India’s Journey

January 26, 2020 marks the 71st Republic Day of India. On this day, all those years ago, the country adopted its constitution and solidified its stance as an independent republic. While we have come a long way since then and witnessed immense progress on all fronts, it is important to remember the journey that India, it’s brave freedom fighters and leaders made to help us attain freedom and unbridled growth.

But how many of us understand the relevance of this day and truly celebrate it? Most of us just treat it as a holiday that we spend with our friends and family. This republic day, out of respect to our country, let’s focus on celebrating this day as well as the history of India. How can you do this? Check out the following platforms that will allow you to access relevant content in a hassle-free manner.

1. DB Digital

India’s leading digital products startup focused exclusively on building the best news products, DB Digital provides optimized, engaging and authentic content through its apps - Dainik Bhaskar, Divya Bhaskar, and Divya Marathi. You could leverage these apps to get access to local and customized updates about your city’s initiatives and celebrations on the occasion of republic day and become a smart Indian! 

2. Hubhopper

India's largest podcast distribution, creation, and hosting platform Hubhopper has a lot to offer for Republic Day. Some of the podcasts and episodes you must tune into include – The Indian History podcast, Indra Dhanush Republic Day special by MnM Storyteller podcast, five facts from the 1950 Republic Day by Curry Tamil podcast. These will help you refresh your memory while giving you a sense of pride in India’s rich history. Moreover, since these are audio episodes, they are less immersive and can be listened to while you are on the go.

3. Momspresso

Momspresso is India’s largest user-generated content platform for women that enables them to express themselves through text, audio, and video content across ten languages. Momspresso currently has 18,000 bloggers and over 190,000 blogs and vlogs in multiple languages such as English, Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali, Marathi, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi and Kannada. A lot of this content can help individuals understand the significance of Republic Day and suggest great ways to celebrate this day.

4. Inshorts

A lot of what is happening in the country right now has the power to shape its future. Thus, while knowing its history, it is also important to keep tabs on the day to day developments in India. To stay abreast of the latest news from and about the country, you can check out Inshorts, which is a quick and easy way to increase general knowledge and awareness. The platform offers a quick 60-word summary of the latest news pieces so that you know exactly what’s going on in your country. The platform also has non-intrusive ads which make reading the news pleasant and seamless experience.

5. Editorji

Editorji is another platform that showcases news as well as original content. One can learn a lot about the country’s past achievements and current developments through the authentic content available here. The best part is that the app can be accessed through your phone, tablet or TV so you can read or watch videos from anywhere!

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