Independence Day Celebration and History

The great hallucination of our freedom fighters, nationalist, and agitator was realized on 15th August 1947, when India became self-governing and independent. It was an significant event of great significance, which ushered in the era of liberty, self-rule, and prosperity for our nation. Sine then, 15th August has been celebrated all  over India as our Independence Day. It is a national festival-a-day to remember our former patriots who laid down their lives for the freedom of our motherland.

The Britishers who come as a merchant, became the head of India with their victory of Plassey in 1757. Then for 190 years they held the ruling of power and bleeding India to the last drop. 

The prominent Independence day celebrations are held in new Delhi, the capital of India. The celebration start with the monologue of the President of the nation on the dusk of Independence day. The authorized Independence Day event begins advance in the morning, the next day with the President, Vice President and the Prime Minister offering flowered praise at Raj ghat, the samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi the father of nation, At morning 7 Prime Minister reaches the Red Fort for flag hosting ceremony. He is welcomed by the guard of honor and by the military chiefs. 

Independence day recall us about the great loss of our freedom fighters that have been responsible for the freedom that we celebrate today. On this day the nation remembers with feeling and warm memories, the self sacrifice and the noble contributions of our nationalists such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Shubash Chandra Bose, Sardar Patel etc. Apart from this the nation also pays eulogy to thousands of ordinary men and women who took part in the freedom struggle movement and contributed their share to the national cause. 

Independence day celebration should not remain a specified custom performed every year but rather is should fill us a sense of love and pride of our nation. The day remind us of our duty and liability of preserving the hard-won freedom from further bars of slavery. Therefore, a great deal of work remains to be done in order to be free and independent in true sense. We have achieved political freedom, but we are yet to achieve economic and social freedom.  

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