In a significant move, the Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun has decided to discontinue the use of horse carriages for the arrival of chief guests at its passing out parade. This tradition, which was introduced during the British era, will now be replaced with the use of cars. The Ministry of Home Affairs has made this decision, marking the end of an age-old practice at the IMA.
The IMA, located in Dehradun, has a long-standing tradition where chief guests at the passing out parade would arrive in horse carriages. This practice was initially introduced by the Britishers. However, in a recent development, the Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to scrap this tradition, bringing an end to the use of horse carriages.
Shift to Cars
With the discontinuation of horse carriages, chief guests at the IMA passing out parade will now arrive in cars. This decision marks a departure from the long-standing British era tradition and reflects a modernization of ceremonial practices at the academy.
The decision to end the use of horse carriages at the IMA passing out parade demonstrates a shift towards contemporary practices and symbolizes the academy’s evolution over time. By embracing cars as the mode of transport for chief guests, the IMA is adapting to modern norms while preserving its rich heritage.
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