Happy Independence Day in India | 15 August 2017

Today, India observes the day when the country became free from British rule in the year 1947. India’s Independence Day is celebrated as a national holiday with flag hoisting, cultural programs, and the Prime Minister’s speech in the state capital.

Independence Day is a Gift By Mahatma Gandhi, I am Inspired by this man since I was a kid, I used to say that I am the new Gandhi and will do Something Great for India one day.

The 15th of August is significant for Indians and the day is marked with a red letter on Indian calendar because it is one of the most important dates in the history of our country. It was the day when Indian become an independent country.

Happy Independence Day in India | 15 August 2017

Independence Day

For many centuries before 1947, our country was ruled by foreigners, as per sources, Indian was ruled by Turks from the Middle East, then by Mughals and then by Britain people. The outsiders used to rule our country to get rich by using our country's wealth and natural resources.

To get Freedom we always need to scarify and it never comes easy. The same thing happened with India and it took many years to get freedom. The people of the nation remember the fighters who sacrificed their lives in the struggle for independence. On 15th August 2017, we should pay homage to the great leaders and freedom fighters, who suffered a lot to win the freedom.

This day also inspires us to pursue the teaching of calm and diplomacy that was preached by Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation. This day reminds us of our duty and responsibility to the country.

What is going to happen on 15th August 2017 | 71th Independence Day

If you watched or heard the news which held on Parliamentary Party this 19 July, PM Modi disclose his heart desire to make this year’s Independence Day 2016 celebration special. He told all his party members to arrange an outstanding function on August 15 2016.But there is not a final news what programs are going to happen on 2017.

Last year “Bharat Parv” Festival was celebrated on 70th impedance day. It had been decided that for the first time, and we witnessed a six-day long ‘Bharat Parv’ festival at Rajpath near India Gate in the national capital, beginning 12 August and ends 17 August 2016. It was inaugurated by the Prime Minister at 5 P.M on 12 August, and will be accompanied by a musical show presented by the Armed Forces.

Not just Bharat Parv but "Tiranga Yatras" was also taken place across the country from 15-22 August. The purpose of both programs is to remind all states people about the important day. PM Modi wants this day as a national festival that will invoke patriotism and pride for the nation.

It’s not an end because one more program is going will go on from August 9 until August 23. 70. It will call as “Saal Azadi – Zara Yaad Karo Qurbani

Significance of 15 August

India finally won its freedom from the British Rule on August 15, 1947. India’s first Prime Minister “Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru” raised the tricolor national flag of India at Red Fort, Delhi. You must hear his first speech which is called as ‘Tryst with Destiny’.

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.

History of Independence Day

British people tortured and looted Indians for many years. In 1857, a fight for freedom has started. In the 20th century, all the freedom fighters under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi started the independence movement and colonial powers were transferred to India. Freedom celebration has started at 11 pm on August 14, 1947, and India gained its freedom at the midnight.

How India Celebrates Independence Day

On 15th August, Indians pay homage to their great leader and freedom fighters, who helped them get independence. Every government building is decorated with tricolor lights and they organized cultural programs.

The government of India celebrates a big event at the Raj path, India Gate in New Delhi. Where people gather to listen to the inspiration speech of our Prime Minister. At Raj Path, Indian respects all the great leaders.

A freedom fighter sacrifices him to protect Mother India and to make India an Independent country. Prime Minister hosts the national flag and gives a verbal communication to address the nation at the Red Fort in Old Delhi. Prime Minister speech always motives us to be a great man and always respect our nation rules and regulation.

There are also many there actives held at Red Fort, like Special inspiration programs by the army, navy and Air Force will be held. Schools and colleges kids do many other cultural and dance program, which represent a great message.

Flaunt the Indian Tricolor with pride

The Indian flag is also known as ‘Tiranga’ meaning three colors - saffron, white and green - representing courage and sacrifice, peace and truth, faith and chivalry respectively. In the center is the Ashoka Chakra representing the wheel of law, for righteousness and progressiveness?

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