Independence Day is celebrated by the people of India every year on 15th of August as a National Holiday to commemorate the independence of India from the Kingdom of Great Britain.
On 15 August 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru, who had become the first Prime Minister of India that day, raised the Indian national flag above the Lahore Gate of the RedFort in Delhi.
India is a country where millions of people live together whether they belong to various religion, cultures or traditions and celebrate this special occasion with great joy. At this day, as being an Indian, we should feel proud and must take an oath to keep ourselves loyal and patriotic in order to save our motherland from any type of attack or humiliation.
The color of our flag signifies:
Saffron: Saffron color represents courage and selflessness.
White: The white color in the Tiranga represents honesty, peace and purity. It highlights the importance of maintaining peace in the country.
Green: The green color of the flag represents faith and chivalry. It is a symbolism of prosperity, vibrancy and life.
Ashoka Chakra: The Ashoka Chakra or the Dharma Chakra (Wheel of Law) has 24 spokes and appears on the number of edicts of Ashoka.
Take a stand against evil, corruption & terrorism, for we belong to India, a nation of pride….!!!
Never forget the heroes who scarified their lives to bring up this glorious day to India.
In view of the hard battles of our freedom fighter we are currently ready to appreciate the opportunity and inhale natural air as per our wish. Getting free from the Britishers was truly an outlandish undertaking our fighter did with their consistent endeavors.