Lucknow, January 10 : The CMS tableau at this year’s Republic Day parade will resonate with praises to the almighty God. The subject of this year’s tableau is, ‘Blessed is the spot where prayers in praise of God are offered’. This CMS tableau will call for unity, peace, brotherhood and spread awareness about the ancient Indian ethos of Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam and Article 51 of the Indian Constitution among the general public.
CMS Chief Public Relations Officer, Shri Hari Om Sharma informed that the tableau is divided in 5 different portions wherein each part is giving the message of ‘welfare of humanity’ in a unique way. The front portion of the tableau gives the message of ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam’ while the second portion shows unity in diversity along with a Temple, Mosque, Church, Gurudwara, Budh Vihar, Baha'i temple etc. giving the message that source of all religions is one God. Below this, there is a globe under which children are staging a captivating dance to the tune of "Mangalmai Hai Woh Jagah Jahan Prabhu Mahima Gai Jati Hai". In the third portion of the tableau, the grand under construction temple at Lord Ram's birth place Ayodhya has been shown pointing to advent of Ram Rajya in the state and country. The fourth portion of the tableau gives the message of love for humanity by depicting great personalities like Sant Vinoba Bhave, Swami Vivekananda, Sant Surdas, Swami Ramteerth, St. Mother Teresa, Saint Kabir and His Holiness Dalai Lama. At the rear end of the tableau, World Citizens are seen praying for the safety and security of humanity in accordance with the spirit of "Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam" and Article 51 of the Constitution of India.