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Independence Day

Independence Day

India got its freedom from the British Rule on 15th August, 1947.India was under British colonial rule for nearly two hundred years. 15th August is a very special day in the history of India.We all know that Freedom is not free. It took years of efforts, non-violence and other movement by our national freedom fighter to attain Freedom. Hence, Independence Day is a day on which a new nation (Free India) was born. Or, rather, it is a day in which a nation was recognized as existing in its own right. We celebrate our Independence Day every year as the most precious achievement of the nation. Hence, we celebrate our Independence Day on 15th of August every year. On 15th of August, 1947, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru raised the tri-colour national flag of India at Red Fort, Delhi.

Independence Day is observed with great enthusiasm all over the country.

How do we celebrate Independence Day?

Independence Day is celebrated at every parts of the country. Flag Hoisting, Singing the national anthem (Jana Gana Mana), parade, Speech by the Prime Minister and President of India, Military and civic processions, etc. are important ways of celebrating the honorable day.

A brief account of how Independent Day is celebrated in India is given below:

Special celebration at Red Fort: The most gorgeous celebration is seen at New Delhi, the capital of India. A special celebration is arranged at the Red Fort. On this honorable day, the Prime Minister hoists the Tricolour (Tiranga) Indian National Flag at Red Fort.Thereafter, the National song is sung. Our Prime Minister delivers an inspiring speech to the Nation. The 71st Independence Day will be observed on 15th August, 2017.

Flag hoisting: Indian flags are hoisted over buildings or raised on flag poles and saluted. In the morning of 15th August, the national flag is hoisted at every school and college, and Government building and even on top of some private houses.

Independence day is also celebrated at schools, and teachers explain the significance of this day to the students. The school children take out colourful processions very early in the morning. They sing the glory of India. The procession end in the Central Park.

There the National Flag is hoisted and the National anthem is sung in chorus. Everybody takes a new oath to serve the country and to do everything to uplift her glory.

The elders remember the martyrs who sacrificed their lives in the struggle for independence. They pay homage to the great leaders who suffered a lot to win our freedom.

This day also inspires us to follow the teaching of peace and non-violence that was preached by Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation.

This day reminds us of our duty and responsibility to the country. As the meeting ends with a song, sweets are distributed among all. Then, people go to the slums and distribute food and clothes among the poor. When they come back home they feel very happy.

Conclusion: Freedom and Liberty is priceless. Our brave soldiers are doing their duties efficiently. Whatever way you choose to celebrate this Day, it is important to think about honesty, national spirit, and spirit of the general good. We should do our bit to preserve our freedom and the freedom of all. It should never pass by just like another normal day.

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