This year as we celebrate the nation, its sovereignty, the tricolour, and its leaders — Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose, Jawaharlal Nehru, Tilak, Gokhale, Ambedkar, Bhagat Singh and others, let us look back at the hardships they overcame, and inculcate their values to take the nation ahead on a path of glorious progress and development. Each year we celebrate our Independence Day as a tribute to this spirit of freedom, and to the courage and sacrifices made by countless men and women. Why do We Celebrate Independence Day? We celebrate this day by doing many of the activities for our country. In this occasion, the Parades of Indian forces held in the high moment of Independence Day ceremony. At this day, people celebrate in their own way by buying tricolour Flag, watching movies based on freedom fighters, listening patriotic songs, bonding with family and friends, participating in special contests, programs, and articles organized by the broadcast, print and online media to promote the awareness about day.
While some of these revolutionaries such as Mahatma Gandhi followed the path of non-violence to further their aim others took to rather aggressive approach to fight the British and drive them away. People take to their roofs or go to nearby grounds to enjoy the kite flying activity.
The celebration is a way of invoking patriotic feelings among the people of our country to encourage them to stay united and work for its betterment. We are living in a free country, and we celebrate this day with great happiness and enthusiasm. We end today a period of ill fortune, and India…. On August 15, , India awoke into independence once again.
And let our nation, its security, and the sanctity of its freedom be our guiding light in this noble endeavour. It inspires us to love our country and become patriot towards the country because we are the future of the country.
Students are thrilled about these activities and take part in them with all their heart. People take to their roofs or go to nearby grounds to enjoy the kite flying activity. Pigeons are released free to mark the significance of independence and celebrate the spirit of freedom. We owe our undying gratitude to the armed forces personnel who guard us day and night at the cost of their own happiness, wellbeing, and safety. They celebrate their freedom each year on the 15th of August which has been marked as Indian Independence Day. We are living in a self-ruled democratic country, where we have many of the rights to do good work.
Songs are sung in praise of the freedom fighters as well as our motherland. The Britishers who had come as traders, became the masters of India with their victory at Plassey in It was on this day in that India had gained independence from United Kingdom. People turn up in ethnic dresses signifying he culture of India or in Tri-color dresses, which symbolizes the national flag.
Independence Day remind us about the great sacrifice of our freedom fighters that have been responsible for the freedom that we enjoy today. They also involve in parade, march past, singing patriotic songs, etc. We are living in a free country, and we celebrate this day with great happiness and enthusiasm. Various big and small events are organized in schools, colleges, offices and residential societies to celebrate this day. It is celebrated with big enthusiasm in every schools, colleges and other educational institutions by the students. The whole nation stands united on this day.
Next day, huge crowd emerged at the Red Fort to witness flag hoisting ceremony by the Prime Minister. Conclusion Independence Day of India is a National festival celebrated with the feeling of patriotism and nationalism, throughout the country.
Students, teachers, parents and other people come together to celebrate the Independence Day by unfurling the National Flag and singing National Anthem. Have a Nice Day. Independence Day is a celebration of the freedoms that we enjoy — of thought, action, speech, movement, and mandate. It was therefore a big achievement and a reason to celebrate when independence was finally gained on 15th August
The speech was quite impressive.
The Chief Minister of the every state may take part in the ceremony of Independence Day for hoist and unfurled the National Flag, which followed by national parades and cultural programs.