The day of 15th August 1947 has been written in golden letters in the history of India. On this day our country was liberated from the enslavement of the British. This festival is celebrated by people of all faiths. Every year on August 15, our Prime Minister, unfurling the tricolor flag of India on the Red Fort. Many people of the country sacrificed their lives for this freedom. There are lots of name that you heard some of them are Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru, Chandrashekhar Azad, Subhash Chandra Bose, Lala Lajpat Rai etc scarifies there live for this freedom.
Short Essay, Speech on India Independence Day (15 August) for School Students in English
Mahatma Gandhi made a significant contribution to the country’s Independence. For this freedom, they face lots of problems. British government hang them & they happy ready for it just for this freedom. We should not forget the great sacrifice of these people.
The country got independence but India divided into two pieces. After separated from India in 1947, the new nation come into existence, we know it with the name of Pakistan. Millions of people burnt in the fire of communalism. Due to the Scarifies of the thousand & million of people, we got this freedom so we therefore celebrate the 15 August with great joy and commemorate the martyrs and bow down to them. No matter how much we can grow today, but the Debt can’t be paid.
Independence Day, almost two hundred years ago, India was under British rule and was suffering from the torture of supremacy. We all know that Freedom always a first choice of every person. Animals-birds, humans all want to be free. Indians also struggled for independence. The youth, the elderly, the freedom fighters, the revolutionaries sacrificed their lives and saved India from the British Empire.
There is a saying that, “Every year the festivities of the martyrs will take place, the rest of the people, who will try to destroy the nation they will be destroyed,”.
Once, India called gold bird, has been in chains of slavery for hundreds of years because of mutual disturbances. At that time the Indians had to live the life of suffering, humiliation, exploitation and suffocation, and many people had to sacrifice and struggle to attain independence. The history of 1857 AD to 1947 AD is a testimony to the fact that the queen of Jhansi, from Tanti Tope to Chandrashekhar Azad, Bismil, Tilak, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Lala Lajpat Rai, Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Bhagat Singh With the efforts of us, we got freedom from the slavery of the British. From that day onwards, this national festival is celebrated with great fervour throughout the country and those people whose struggles today are living the lives of our independence are remembered. On this day, the country is pledged to move forward on the path of progress and to eradicate distinction. On this day the feeling of love in the country of every country awakens and motivates them to maintain the independence and unity of the country.
On 15th August, 1947, the tradition of India was inaugurated by Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, who hoisted the Tricolor flag on Delhi’s historic Red Fort. The national festival is celebrated with great joy throughout the nation, but in Delhi it is special to watch the red fort on this day. This day the tributes are paid to the martyrs. On that occasion, there is a public holiday all over India. On this day there is a Prade held on red fort so from the morning people are gathered in front of the Red Fort. The Prime Minister hoists the flag and gives the message of the Nation. Cannons are given salute. Programs are done at schools, offices and public places. On this day, we should take special care of the fact that we recognize and protect the value of that freedom, and by renouncing personal interests, remain in mutual affection. Always be prepared to protect the independence, unity and integrity of the country. There should not be any such work, due to which the diversity in the country spread. All religions should respect and obey their duty to advance the country.
Independence Day is of utmost importance in every country. It is the same day that every slave country celebrates the day of its independence as a whole celebration. India celebrates 15th of August every year as Independence Day. This is the national festival of the country, which is celebrated with joyful joy throughout the nation.
India was liberated from the enslavement of the British on August 15, 1947. This liberation he got after 190 years of slavery. After being independent, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru as the country’s first Prime Minister and Dr. Rajendra Prasadji was elected as the first President. This day was celebrated more than every festival in the country. After this day, the flag-hoisting ceremony was started by the Prime Minister on Delhi’s Red Fort every year. On this day there is a holiday day in all educational institutions and offices. In this places, the tricolor flag on India unfurling & Attractive and colorful events are presented by students. After the ceremony, sweets are distributed among the participants & even there is a another holiday for the school student on 16 August due to take part in the prade & other events.
People of all religions are involved in this program along with no discrimination. This day gives a sense of freedom to every nation. On this day, we remember the millions of freedom fighters who, in some way have contributed to the elimination of English from India. We can never pay their debt, so we try to remember our duty by remembering them.
Today, India is fasting in the clutches of horrible diseases like corruption, hoax, kidnapping, ransom, murder, rape etc.. There is hardly any part of the country which is left untimely. Therefore, today’s youth should try to get involved and blow the revolution and try to bring India back to its glory, otherwise the day will be covered in India’s trough. The burden of the country is now on the shoulders of our new generation. Our agility and awareness can be established as a leading nation in our country.
All Indians celebrate this festival of independence in their own way, like decorating the festivities, watching movies, wearing national flags on their homes, singing national anthem and patriotic songs, and participating in many social activities. This festival of national pride is celebrated very well by the Indian government. On this day, the current Prime Minister of India is hoisted the flag on the Red Fort of Delhi and after that parade by the Indian forces to make the festival more special, the presentation of the floats of different states, and with the tune of the national anthem, the whole atmosphere is filled with patriotism. It arises In the States, Independence Day is celebrated with the same enthusiasm in which the governors and chiefs of the states are chief guests. Some people await the Prime Minister’s speech after getting ready early in the morning. Influenced by Indian independence history, some people watch patriotic films on August 15 and participate in social programs as well.
Because of the non-violence movement of Mahatma Gandhi, our freedom fighters were greatly helped and after Independence from British rule after 200 years of long struggle. Strong struggle for independence worked as a catalyst, which made every Indian together for its rights against the British rule, even if it was to obey any religion, class, caste, culture or tradition. Even women like Aruna Asif Ali, Annie Besant, Kamala Nehru, Sarojini Naidu and Vijay Lakshmi Pandit also gave up their role in the fight of independence, leaving the chaos.
So the thing that happen in the past, we learn from it & make the unity in the whole nation so that no one can thing to take control on us so in this Independence day we must take a vow to help to make it from better to much better nation.
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