Independence Day Quotes And Wishes: Every year on 15th August, the streets of India are decorated with the tricolors of the national flag as the country celebrates its day of independence.
After 200 years of British rule, India officially gained its independence on 15th August 1947. On this day, Pt.Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of independent India, hoisted the Indian national flag above the Lahori Gate of the Red Fort in Delhi and addressed the nation, marking the beginning of a tradition that continues today.
In the weeks leading up to 15 August, landmarks and government buildings are lit up in the country’s national colors. Shops, malls, and houses are decorated in similar colors, and shopkeepers can be found selling flags, dupattas (lengths of fabric), and kites for the occasion. Documentaries, patriotic films, and programs related to India’s freedom are aired on TV channels to get people into the spirit of Independence Day.
IN ORDER TO MAKE THIS DAY MORE SPECIAL, YOU CAN SEND YOUR LOVED ONES GREETINGS AND, Independence Quotes And WISHES TO REMIND THEM OF THIS GLORIOUS DAY AND ITS MEANING.
Freedom is the atmosphere in which humanity thrives. Breathe it in.
Freedom is something you have to fight for. We’ve tried so hard to earn it, so let’s celebrate the fact that we still have our freedom. Never let go of it and always carry it in your heart. Happy Independence Day!
Independence Day is the time to rethink who we are and how we got here. Jai Hind!
Remember– united we stand, divided we fall. The Day of Independence is a reminder for us that we all are Indians first. Happy Independence Day!
Freedom in our minds, Faith in our hearts, Memories in our souls. Let’s salute the Nation on Independence Day!
Observed as a national holiday across the country, Independence Day honors the sacrifices and dedication of the Bravehearts who aimed for one goal – to simply be free from the slavery of the colonizers. People all over the country host flag hoisting ceremonies and sing the national anthem to celebrate the day filled with patriotic spirits.
The sheer depth of pride felt by every Indian as they look at their country’s tricolored flag unfurl, is a sight to behold. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, these flag hoisting ceremonies will not be organized this Independence Day, but citizens are encouraged to do the same in their own homes and with family only in lieu of social distancing.