Independence Day India 2015
The Indian people observe Independence Day on 15th August every year. They celebrate their freedom from the bondage of British Empire. The first Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru raised the National Flag of India on the Red Fort, New Delhi. Then it became a tradition for Indian people that every year the existing Indian Prime Minister raises The National Flag of India on the red Fort, New Delhi and also gives a speech for the Nation.
The whole Indian people celebrate the day. Every school, college, government office observe the day. Flag-hosting ceremonies are organised throughout the country. On every club, every organisation, on the street, on every home Indian Independence is observed. Parades are seen on the road. Cultural programmes are organised. Every vehicles of the country displays National Flag on their vehicles. Patriotic songs are played throughout the country, in every corner of life. Patriotic films are shown on various television channels. The Indian people pay their tribute to the martyrs of Indian national movement. The Indian National Anthem ‘jana gana Mana’ is played on every function of Independence Day.
The battle for India’s Independence started in 1857 with the ‘Sepoy Mutiny’ in Meerut. Later, in the twentieth century, the Indian National Congress and other political associations, under the initiative of Mahatma Gandhi, dispatched a countrywide autonomy development. Provincial forces were exchanged to India on August 15, 1947.
The Constituent Assembly, to who rule was to be exchanged, met to observe India’s freedom at 11pm on August 14, 1947. India picked up its freedom and turned into a free nation at midnight between August 14 and August 15, 1947. It was then that the free India’s first head administrator Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru gave his celebrated “Tryst with Destiny” discourse. Individuals crosswise over India are helped to remember the significance of this occasion – that it denoted the beginning of another period of deliverance from the British rule that occurred in India for over 200 years.
The game of kite flying symbolizes Independence Day. The skies are spotted with endless kites flown from housetops and fields to symbolize India’s free soul of India. Kites of different styles, sizes and shades, including the tricolor are accessible in the commercial centers. The Red Fort in Dehli is likewise an essential Independence Day image in India as it is the place Indian Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru divulged India’s banner on August 15, 1947.
India’s national banner is a level tricolor of profound saffron (kesaria) at the top, white in the center and dim green at the base in equivalent extent. The proportion of the banner’s width to its length is a few. A naval force blue wheel in the focal point of the white band speaks to the chakra. Its outline is that of the wheel which shows up on the math device of the Sarnath Lion Capital of Ashoka. Its distance across approximates to the white band’s width and it has 24 spokes.
This year (2015) is the 69th anniversary of Indian Independence. Google is honouring this day. They display a theme on ‘google doodle’ which depicts The Great national movement of India in 1930. It is the ‘salt satyagraha’ campaign or ‘Dandi march’ on the leadership of mahatma Gandhi. It is also known as the Civil Disobedience Movement.