Independence Day 2021, India is a democratic and independent country,since 1947. This year we’ll be celebrating our country’s 73rd Independence Day.
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Everyone knows the struggle of Indian national activists,who fight for the freedom of our nation. The freedom fighters gaved many sacrifices for the Independence of India, and finally in the year 1947, India become an independent country.
Some of the freedom fighters sacrificed their lives and some their jobs and careers to make India a free country. When we think about Independence one name that comes to our mind is Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi,The Father Of Our Nation. Many freedom fighters helped Gandhi for the freedom of the nation.
Independence was declared on 26th of January in the year 1930. But till 1930 was not completely independent, but the Constitution of India was established and came into existence on and from 26th of January 1950. Therefore 26th of August is called as Republic Day of India.
CELEBRATIONS OF THE INDEPENDENCE DAY IN INDIA
In India 15th August is observed as Independence Day,and this Day is a National holiday. As this is an annual celebration, there has many different events all over the country.
The Main events of Independence Day in India are celebrated in the National Capital of India, Delhi. The first event in Delhi is “The Address To The Nation” by the Honourable President Of India. After that Our Honourable Prime Minister, Hoists The National Flag, TRICOLOR,in front of the Ramparts Of The Red Fort. Then the Twenty one gun shots are fired in honor of this Occasion.
After all this the Prime Minister gives a speech, in his speech he pays tribute to the leaders and freedom fighters and our soldiers for their contribution. He highlights the past years achievement and issues and the acts and wishes for more development in the country.
Then the Indian National Anthem,”JANA-GANA-MAN”, is sung by all the guests.
A parade is performed by the soldiers of the Indian Air Force. Different states represent their tradition and culture by Tableau.
All these events are telecast on the television live,and people who could not attend the function can see the celebration sitting in their homes.
Apart from the Delhi Celebration,the states also observe some events of Independence Day.
In schools the students Hoists the flag with the teachers and parents. The students perform parade and other cultural activities in their school.
Themes of Independence day
|2018||Show Your Patriotism|
|2019||Changing Face Of India-Independence Day 2019|
|2020||Aatma Nirbhar Bharat|
COUNTRIES THAT CELEBRATE THEIR INDEPENDENCE DAY ALONG WITH INDIA:
As 15th August is observed as the Independence day of India. There are some countries,who also celebrates their Independence Day on the same Date.
The countries that Celebrate Independence day on 15th August apart from India are:
- South Korea
- North Korea
South Korea:- South Korea Celebrates the “NATIONAL LIBRATION DAY OF KOREA”, on 15th August every year. This Day is the only common National holiday in Korea.
North Korea:- North Korea also Celebrates the “NATIONAL LIBRATION DAY OF KOREA”, on August 15.
Bahrain:- This Country celebrates it’s Independence day on 15 August, since 1971. The country declared Independence from British on this day.
Liechtenstein:- This is the world’s sixth smallest nation. It got Independence from Germany Rule in the year 1866,on 15th of August.
Prime Ministers Of India After INDEPENDENCE
|April 21, 1997 – March 18, 1998||I. K. Gujral|
|March 19, 1998 – October 13, 1999||Atal Bihari Vajpayee|
|October 13, 1999 – May 22, 2004||Atal Bihari Vajpayee|
|May 22, 2004 – May 26, 2014||Dr. Manmohan Singh|
|May 26, 2014 – Incumbent||Narendra Damodar Das Modi|
FACTS ABOUT INDEPENDENCE DAY IN INDIA
There are many facts about Indian Independence Day. We have some of them here:
- India had no national anthem when it became independent in 1947. Later in 1950s India adopted Jana-Gana-Mana as it’s national anthem.
- The Bengali version of the National Anthem was written by Rabindranath Tagore. And first sung in the culcutta session of Indian national Congress,in the year 1911.
- Lord Mountbatten declared 15th August as Indian Independence day, because this day is the second anniversary of the surrendering of Japan during World War 2.
- When India Became independent it does not have a Prime Minister, President, or any government.
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