Indian Independence Day
August 7, 2014 by admin_kids
Subject: Simple Fifteen sentences Essay/Speech on ‘indian independence day
Target Age Group: 5-13 Years
Total sentences: 14
written by: shruti, class 5, Adayar, Chennai
On 15th August 1947, India got independence from British rule. Hence the day is called indian independence day. It is a very important day for our country. It was won by ahimsa under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi. This year we celebrate the 58th independence day. The day is celebrated throughout the country. On this day the prime minister hoists the national flag over the Red Fort in Delhi. He then addresses the people of India. The national anthem is sung on this occasion. Medals and honours are awarded to selected people. Buildings are lit with lights. Children dress up like our national leaders and sing patriotic songs. All the schools, offices and shops are closed on this day. All the people are happy and take part in this national festival.
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The Indian Independence Day
The Indian Independence Day :
The 15th of August is a very important day in the history of our country - India.
It was on this day in 1947 that India became independent. We won freedom after a hard struggle. On this day our first Prime Minister Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru unfurled The National Flag at The Red Fort for the first time.
All the people irrespective of their caste, look and creed celebrate this day every year amidst great rejoicing. It is declared a public holiday. On this day we take a pledge to defend our freedom with all our might.
The Independence Day is celebrated all over India with great joy. People hold meetings. Fly the tricolor and sing the national anthem. There are great enthusiasms among them.
In Delhi, the capital of India, this day is celebrated with great pomp and show. People gather in large numbers into the parade ground in front the red fort. There is a great hustle and bustle everywhere. They line up the roads all leading to the fort and eagerly wait for the arrival of the Prime Minter.
The foreign ambassadors and dignitaries also partipcate in the celebrations. The prime minster unfurls the national flag. A guard of honor is given by the local police and armed forces personnel. A salute of 21 guns is fired. The military band plays the national anthem. The Prime Minister greets the ambassadors seated at the parapet and delivers a speech.
Homage is paid to those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of our country. After the Prime Minister’s speech, the functions come to an end with the recital of our national anthem, ‘Jan Gina Manna’ and the crowd begins to melt away.
The Independence Day reminds us of those patriots who fought and suffered to win freedom for us.