Why today patriotism has been confined to two festivals of the nation? i.e. Independence Day of India and Republic Day of India.
In this way, no one thinks about the country, why does blood boil only in August and January.
We all should consider this. Today we have to fight not for freedom but for terrorism and corruption within the country. This fight is even more serious because it is difficult to understand who is your own in this.
In today’s century, the country needs more patriots because today the enemy is not the British, nor is there as much danger on the border as the country is from the corrupt.
Not the soldier, the common citizen has to protect the country.
Independence Day of India in 2021
This year India is going to celebrate 75th Independence Day and this day is coming on Wednesday.
India is going to celebrate Independence Day in a different way. This year Prime Minister Narender Modi has welcomed the public of India for the suggestion on a topic while addressing the People of India from the Red Fort of Delhi on this day.
Prime Minister Modi has also requested people for suggestions through Social Media and people are also giving their suggestions on different topics as well.
The Chief Guest of Independence Day 2021 in India
Every year on the day of Independence Day, some persons from another country are invited by the Government of India as the chief guest. But, this year keeping in view the situation of the pandemic, No person has been invited by the Government of India as the chief guest.
National Anthem Awareness Campaign
The Awareness Campaign of The National Anthem will also start on the day of Independence Day and through this campaign people will be educated on how to sing the national anthem of India.
There are still many people in India who do not know how to speak the words of the national anthem properly. This campaign will start under the leadership of former Supreme Court judge Justice Santosh Hegde.
Why do we celebrate India Independence Day on 15 August 947
India celebrates Independence Day every 15th August of the year. On 15 August 1947, India got freedom British Raj for 200 years. Hence India observes 15 August 1947 as Independence Day.
It is the National Day of India. Also known as ‘I-Day‘.
How do people celebrate Independence day in India?
Kite flying is a symbol of Independence Day. On this day, People love to fly kites from rooftops and fields to stand the free spirit of India.
Kites of different styles, sizes and colours are available in the market including tricolour.
The Red Fort of Delhi is also considered an Independence Day symbol in India as it is the place from where former Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru unveiled the flag of India on 15 August 1947.
The National Flag of India is a horizontal tricolour of dark saffron (saffron) at the top, white in the middle and dark green in equal proportions.
The ratio of the length to the width of the flag is two to three.
India is a completely diversified country where crores of people live together despite having different religions, different traditions and cultures.
Even though they celebrate their festivals differently, when it comes to Independence Day, the whole of India appears in one colour.
Being an Indian every Indian takes pride in himself/herself and he/she should also be proud. At the same time, we should also promise that to protect our motherland, we will fight with every difficulty with full sincerity and reverence.
Frequently Ask Questions
How many years of independence India completed?
Which year did India get independence?
Who designed the flag of India?
Which is India’s national bird?
The Indian Peacock
Who declared Indian independence?
Former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
Who played the Shehnai on the day India got independence?