Witnessing those rigorous period of extreme bloodshed and humiliation under the British rule, We Indians have recovered so fast that it has become a topic to research on for those foreigners. Today not only those cruel Britishers but the entire world salutes us for re-establishing our lost glory.
Not only our growth rate and GDP, there are many other sectors too which itself fills the spectator all around the world with awe. Also we Indians feel proud to showcase our culture and strength in various sectors (such as spiritual, economical, defense, technical, space, etc) on certain special days such as Republic Day (26 January) and Independence Day (15 August).
Both 15th of August and 26th of January is celebrated as a national holiday throughout India.
15th of August, 1948, the day when we were officially declared as a citizen of an independent nation. From then onwards, this day is celebrated every year as an independence day. The day when we Indians recall upon the bravery of our great ancestors and freedom fighters. This day is observed in all Indian states and union territories. On the eve of Independence day, the president of India delivers the “Address to the Nation”. On 15 August, the Prime Minister hoists the Indian flag on the ramparts of the historical site of Red Fort in Delhi. Twenty-one gun shots are fired in honour of the solemn occasion. In his speech, the Prime Minister highlights the past year’s achievements, raises important issues and call for further development. He pays tribute to the leaders of the Indian Independence Movement. The Indian national anthem, “Jana Gana Mana”, is sung. The speech is followed by march past of divisions of the Indian Armed forces and paramilitary forces. Parades and pageants showcase scenes from the independence struggle and India’s diverse cultural traditions. Similar events take place in state capitals where the Chief Ministers of individual states unfurl the national flag, followed by parades and pageants.
How Independence Day looks like?
- Flag hoisting ceremonies and cultural programmes take place in governmental and non-governmental institutions throughout the country.
- Schools and colleges conduct flag hoisting ceremonies and cultural events.
- Major government buildings are often adorned with strings of light.
- Even most of the houses are adorned with the mighty tricolor flag – Our Pride.
- In Delhi and some other cities, kite flying adds to the occasion.
- Citizens adorn their clothing, wristbands, cars, household accessories with replica of the tri-colour.
- The Indian Diaspora celebrates Independence Day around the world with parades and pageants, particularly in regions with higher concentrations of Indian immigrants.
- Many inspiring movies are released on Independence Day depicting the bravery of Indian freedom fighters.
Independence Day Celebration at AIET, Jaipur
A Huge 25-Acre campus of Arya Institute of Engineering and Technology with a well-equipped studious atmosphere plays an important role in maintaining a positive aura around the campus. Each and Every festivals are celebrated with an extra-ordinary sense of vigour.
If we talk of Independence day celebration at AIET ,than it’s really very well-organized with a flair of spirituality. Each and Every student at arya are heartily involved in the celebration. The celebration is so lavish that every year the owner of the college invites certain volunteer as a Chief Guest for the event.
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