The Rajpath is a New Delhi street, built as King's Way during the British Raj, and that is now used for many parades and ceremonies. This grand avenue runs between Rashtrapati Bhavan in the west and India Gate and the east's National Stadium. Flanked by manicured lawns and fountains, this is where the annual Republic Day Parade is held every year on January 26.
Considered one of India's most important avenues, the Republic Day parade in New Delhi is held here annually on January 26. It is also used for funeral processions of India's top political leaders. The opening scene of the movie Gandhi starts on the Rajpath.