independence day at school
Independence day at school: Independence Day in India is celebrated as a national holiday each year on fifteenth of August when individuals recollect the high incident of freedom of our Nation from the British run the show. India got autonomy on August fifteenth in 1947 after bunches of development of Independence amid which numerous opportunity warriors yielded their lives. After independence, Jawaharlal Nehru turned out to be first in 1947 Indian Prime Minister who raised the National Flag at Red Fort in Delhi.
The whole country together to celebrate the Independence Day by unfurling the National Flag and singing National Anthem. Out tricolor National Flag is also hosted by the Indian prime minster in the National capital, New Delhi at Red Fort. After that, the salute is given by firing 21 guns, and tricolor flower showering held on the flag with a helicopter. The tricolor of our Flag represents saffron for courage and sacrifice, white for peace and truth and green for faith and honor.
There is an Ashok chakra in the center of our Flag which contains 24 spikes distributed evenly. We recollect the immense penances of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Raj Guru, Gandhiji and other challenged opportunity contenders for their unique contribution to the independence of India. Students give a speech on the subjects of freedom fighters on the Independence day celebration in schools. They also involved in the parade, march past, singing patriotic songs, etc. Other people celebrate this day according to their way such as watching patriotic movies, going outside to home with family, meet with friends or participate in the events organized in public places.