Essay On Independence Day

Scoop the diced avocado flesh out of the skin and onto the toasted bread. Mash the avocado with the back of a fork. 

For the Americans, it could just be the Statue of Liberty standing as a shining symbol of liberty. And for the Indians, it’s about 15th August, and all the history associated with that day.

15th August marks India’s independence day – the day is marked with charitable activities, flag-raising ceremonies, and marches. The day’s beautiful celebrations and ceremonies take place in public buildings, private associations, community centers, companies, universities, and schools.

The year was 1947, when India achieved independence from the British monarchy. After struggling for 200 years, India was FINALLY granted independence. Our very first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, delivered his famous ‘Tryst with Destiny’ speech for the first time at midnight – the spirit of Patriotism was hoisted for the first time during this time  – this speech signaled the end of Britain’s 200-year long rule over us.

 Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore composed a song in 1911 – the song was called ‘Bharoto Bhagyo Bidhata.’ The same song was later adopted by the Indian Constituent Assembly on the 24th of January in 1950 as India’s national anthem. The song was later renamed Jana Gana Mana.

 India’s national flag was hoisted for the first time at Parsee Bagan Square, located in Kolkata. The date was 7th August 1906. Freedom fighter Pingali Venkayya designed the first variant in 1921. On 22nd July 1947, the current flag was adopted officially.