Independence day of India
Independence day of India: Independence Day in India is celebrated annually on August 15. It is a national holiday that marks India’s independence from British rule. On August 15, 1947, United Kingdom Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act 1947 and thus transferred the legislative sovereignty to the Indian Constituent Assembly. Queen Elizabeth II’s father King George VI remained the head of the state until the transition of India to a full Republican Constitution was completed. The nation attained freedom following the struggle for freedom that was marked by its non-violent character and helmed by independence day of Indian father of the country Gandhi.
India was managed by the British for two centuries. The battle against remote run had its beginnings from as far back as in 1857 when the main development for Independence occurred against the legislature of the British East India Company. It started as an insurrection by sepoys, and the development was later called by different names including – India’s First War of Independence, Indian Mutiny, Great Rebellion, and Revolt of 1857. The resistance was unsuccessful, and it reached an end soon. The concealment of this battle denoted a formal end of the Mughal domain in India.