Independence Day is a day to celebrate the birth of a nation. Independence Day is celebrated on the 15th of August in India.
This day marks the independence of India from the British rule in 1947, when the Prime Minister of that time, Jawaharlal Nehru, raised the national flag in Delhi.
The first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, had made a speech during the first Independence Day celebration.
On this day, the national flag (Tiranga) is hoisted at homes and public places, accompanied by the tricolor fireworks and joyous celebrations.
People take part in various cultural activities, sing patriotic songs, and fly kites.
Schools children, who are indeed the future of India, participate in various competitions such as skits, essay writing, artwork, and speech competitions.
On this day, patriotic movies and TV shows are aired on television. People celebrate this day differently according to their own preferences.
People dress in patriotic clothes, organize picnics, and travel to historical places to make the day memorable for their family.
Although Independence Day is celebrated with great fervor, it is essential to remember the sacrifices that were made by the freedom fighters for the independence of our nation.
We should remember to stay united, respect each other, and stay persistent in our efforts to make our country an ideal nation.