Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Happy Independence Day India..

Independence day is a good time to examine who we are and how we got here. Independence a Precious gift of God. May We Always Remain Independent. A Very Happy Independence Day To everyone :) :)


15th August, is celebrated as Independence Day in India. This is the day of pride and glory for all the people of the country and is celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout India.
India is the country with a rich historical and cultural background. This day marks the end of the british rule and is a day of the re-birth for the nation. Every year Independence Day is celebrated with great joy by all the proud Indians throughout the country. We Indians celebrate this day for being part of such a glorious nation with lots of passion in their hearts.


On this day we pay tribute to the freedom fighters who sacrificed their precious lives to free our country from the British rule for the betterment of the country. Give our respect for the brave soldiers who fight for the country and spread the wave of patriotism throughout India.


Various formal events are conducted throughout the country. Various cultural programs are held. Prime Minister of India unfurls the National Flag followed by a speech at the Red Fort in Delhi. School children also participate actively on this day. People sing patriotic songs and march-pasts are done by defense cadets and students. The sky filled with countless colorful kites flown from rooftops.


A day that has India honoring her brightest heroes who laid down their lives, as India celebrates her Independence Day, may we also not forget those hundreds of unsung men and women from all over India who joined hands and fought in unity to achieve India’s freedom.

“Long years ago, we made a tryst with destiny and now the time comes when we shall redeem our pledge... At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India 
will awake to life and freedom.”

Jawaharlal Nehru



1 comment:

  1. I am wondering where is the freedom. Earlier it was oppression by the british, now it is by indian crooks. One good thing is that we can voice our opinion without being prosecuted (except in bengal).

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