From the #SaluteSelfie to #WorldWishes India, we show our regard to the national anthem by liking and sharing pictures on various social media channels. INDEPENDENCE DAY 2K20 is going to be different, as mass gatherings aren’t allowed due to COVID-19. Earlier 30,000 peoples were invited, but this year it’s expected to be 5,000 only. No children are allowed at RED FORT, DELHI.
Independence Day is adulated every year on the 15th of August in India to celebrate the country’s freedom from the British domain on a constant day in August 1947.
India accomplished liberty after a protracted Independence development, which started in the year 1857. And ended with the formation of Independent India in the year 1947.
The resistance and customary defiance drove by the Indian National Congress (INC). And various other political and non-political fronts. Ultimately compelled the Britishers to free India from its slavery of just about 200 years.
On the fifteenth of August 1947, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who turned out to be the first Prime Minister of Independent India. On that day of 1947, he raised the Indian national flag over the Lahori Gate at the Red Fort in Delhi.
And then, in a very similar fashion, each year the national flag of India is hoisted from the same platform by the contemporary Prime Ministers of our country.
This day in India is widely known as the National Holiday, which witnesses the overwhelming celebration from every corner of this country.
Not only in Delhi but the majority of the state headquarters to the school level the tricolor flag of India is hoisted engraving the sensation of patriotism within the heart and minds of the people of this country. It also provides the people of our country to showcase the sensation of gratitude to all the freedom fighters.
On the fifteenth of August, the PM raises the Indian flag on the ramparts of the irrefutable site Red Fort in Delhi. Twenty-one firearm shots are discharged in salute of the grand event.
In the speech, the prime minister of India describes all the accomplishments of the previous year, describes the imperative issues, and examines the further improvement of the country in all segments. Additionally, pays tribute to the pioneers of the Indian Independence movement.
The Indian national song, “Jana Gana Mana” is sung on this day after the flag hoisting. The Prime Minister delivered his/her speech, followed by the varied parades and also the expos including the scenes from the liberty battle and India’s different social and cultural traditions.
Wishes of Independence Day 2020:
AAKRITI KATHURIA, wishes every INDIAN, a very happy 74th Independence Day. May you all be blessed with tons of Happiness, Prosperity, and Wealth. May we all get freedom from this pandemic situation of COVID-19.
We must remember all the martyrs and freedom fighters that fought for our freedom and we should thank all the soldiers who keep us safe by staying at the borders.
Stay home, stay safe, and enjoy the day along with your loved ones.