Independence Day Of India 15 August 1947.
Everyone wants to have freedom. And live a Free life, And it is everyone’s fundamental right.
Freedom is the status of a person, nation, country, or state. In which its citizens and population or some part of it. Act of self-governance, and generally has sovereignty over the region. And unlike independence, there is also the status of a dependent region.
15 August is a proud day for Indians because this year India will celebrate its 74th Independence Day. On 15 August 1947, our country was completely free from British rule. And all Indians celebrate this day with great enthusiasm and pride. Every year Indians celebrate this day as Independence Day. This day is a holiday in all government offices like banks, post offices, etc. Along with this, the tricolor is hoisted in all schools and government offices.
This day is celebrated, as Independence Day every year in India on 15 August. And freedom has special significance for every person. Therefore, this day is very important for every Indian. We especially consider Independence Day as a national festival.
Only after several years of rebellions. We gained independence. And on the midnight of 14 and 15 August 1947. And India became an independent country. The flag of India was first unveiled by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru at the Red Fort in Delhi. He gave a “Tryst with Destiny” speech at the stroke of midnight.
Independence Day Of India 15 August 1947
From then till today every year on the occasion of Independence Day. The Prime Minister of India also addresses the country from the ramparts of the Red Fort. The whole nation listened to him with great joy and satisfaction. Especially since then every year on Independence Day, the Prime Minister hoists the national flag at the Red Fort in Old Delhi. And address the public. Along with this, a 21-gun salute also given to the tricolor.
The tricolor is hoisted in all government offices on this day. And the national anthem of the country singing “Jana-gana-mana”. While various types of programs are also organized especially in schools, colleges. And sweets are also distributed along with it. The sacrifices of many freedom fighters like Visheskar Mangal Pandey, Subhash Chandra Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh, Ramprasad Bismil, Rani Laxmibai, Mahatma Gandhi, Ashfaq Ulla Khan, Chandrashekhar Azad, Sukhdev, and Rajguru, etc. are also remembered.
On this day, some Indians celebrate freedom by flying kites, and some by flying pigeons. And celebrating Independence Day every year keeps the history of India’s independence alive. And explains the true meaning of freedom to the people.