Independence day speech
Good morning to all my respected teachers, parents and dear friends. Today we’ve got gathered here to celebrate this great national event. As we all know that Independence Day. It is an auspicious occasion for all people Today, we are here to celebrate this auspicious occasion. This was the day in 1947 when we got independence; when we got freedom from the British rule. This is 74rd Independence day which we are celebrating. India that the most significant day to all or any the Indian citizens and has been mentioned forever within the history. it’s the day once we got freedom from the British rule after a few years of hard struggle by the nice freedom fighters of India. We celebrate Independence Day once a year on 15th of August to recollect the primary day of freedom of India further as remember all the sacrifices of the good leaders who have sacrificed their lives in getting freedom for India.
India got independence on 15th of August in 1947 from British rule. After independence we got our all the elemental rights in our own Nation, our Motherland. We all should feel proud to be an Indian and admire our fortune that we took birth on the land of an Independent India. History of slave India reveals everything that how our ancestors and forefathers had worked hard and suffered all the brutal behavior of Britishers. We cannot imagine by sitting here that how hard the independence was for India from nation rule. It took sacrifices of lives of the many freedom fighters and a number of other decades of struggle from 1857 to 1947. An Indian soldier (Mangal Pandey) within the British force had first raised his voice against Britishers for the independence of India.
Later several great freedom fighters had struggled and spent their whole life just for getting freedom. we are able to always remember the sacrifices of the Bhagat Singh, Khudi Ram Bose and Chandra Sekhar Azad who had lost their lives in their early age only for fighting for his or her country. How can we ignore all the struggles of Netaji and Gandhiji. Gandhiji was a good Indian personalities who taught Indians a giant lesson of non-violence. He was the one and only who lead India to urge freedom with the assistance of non-violence. Finally the results of long years of struggle came before on 15th of August 1947 when India got freedom.
We are so lucky that our forefathers have given us a land of peace and happy where we will sleep whole night without concern and revel in whole day in our college or home. Today, India is the largest democracy in the world. We are one of the most emerging economies in the world. Our country is developing in no time within the field of technology, education, sports, finance and various other fields which were almost impossible before freedom. India is one among the countries rich in atomic power. We are going ahead by actively participating within the sports like Olympics, Commonwealth games and Asian games. we’ve full rights to chose our government and luxuriate in largest democracy within the world. Yes, we are free and have complete freedom however we should always not understand ourselves freed from responsibilities towards our country. As being responsible citizens of the country, we should always be always able to handle any emergency condition in our country. The 15th August is celebrated with great joy and pride every year as the Independence Day The national flag is hoisted on all the government and private buildings of the country Due respect is shown to the flag by way of military and mass salute. There is joy and happiness throughout the day. Public meetings are held and the importance of the day is explained At the Red Fort, special arrangements are made for its celebration. Here P.M. of India unfurls the national flag.
15th August, 1947 is a memorable day for the Indians. It brings us the message that we should forget our internal differences. We should keep in mind the interest of the country above all In the words of late P. M, Lal Bahadur Shastri, it brings for us a message that “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.”
What we are now and what we have now is all given by our forefathers; now we have to ask ourselves what we are going to give to our coming generations.