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Independence Day India
The day to feel a pride of being in an independent country and to show your devotion and honor toward your country and towards its “Flag”.
A day to honor your nation, A day to wave the flag of your nation up in the air yes it a time to salute to those who gave us democracy from hounds and gave our pride back no matter how much effort we going to put but we can’t do it at but at least we should do what we can. We Indian celebrate this day on 15th august of every year which is one of the national holidays also. Since it’s a holiday for all gives you the opportunity to pay a day to yours nation.
India is a country with a various number of religion and languages but shares same flag and equal respect toward its nation. It is a land cultivated by all religious with their blood & sweat as India is only placed in the world where people’s respect and worship the most of the basic things that help them to lead their lives likewise:
Hence it’s a country with rich soils and high cultural values where peoples never forget their forefathers and cultures and share a massive respect towards it.
History of Indian independent Revolution
INDIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY HISTORY 15 AUGUST 1947 HISTORY & Revolution
THERE WERE PEOPLE; BRAVE PEOPLE WHO GAVE WHAT IT TAKES FOR THE INDEPENDENCE AND WE REMEMBER THEM AS“FREEDOM FIGHTERS”.
Indian freedom struggle started from 1857 when many people from all over the world started migrating and getting well settled in India.
The one of a very long-awaited agreement which ended 200 years of unwanted British rule and was hailed by the great Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi as the “only noblest act of British nation.” But a religious fight between Hindus and Muslims, which had delayed Britain’s giving Indian independence after World War 2, it was the northern province of Punjab, which was been sharply divided among the Hindu-dominated-India and the Muslim-dominated Pakistan, there were hundreds of people who were killed in very first few days after independence.
Our Indian independence movement 1stgained momentum in the beginning of 20th century soon after World War I where Gandhi Je organized the very first of his many effective and useful passive-resistance campaigns against the protest of Britain’s rule in India. In the early 1930 British government made some concessions with Indian nationalists, but during World War II the concession was discontent with British rule and had grown to such that Britain feared losing India to Axis and the real independence was waiting for India thereafter.