The Republic of India will celebrate the platinum anniversary of its independence in its remembrance to the declaration of Indian independence from Britain on 15 August 1947.

CPSC remembers its Indian brothers and sisters on this very auspicious and important day and joins in its celebrations.

2022 Celebrations (from Wikipedia)

The Government of India decided to celebrate the 75 years of Independence of India, with great excitement and tribute to freedom fighters. So, they decided to do various programs and the government named the celebration as 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav'. Amrit Mahotsav meaning Nectar of grand celebration which signifies the 75 years of India's independence from British Raj.

In the usual ceremonial practice the Prime Minister of India hoist the flag from Red Fort at Delhi followed by speech on achievements and proud moments as a people of this country. The individual states and cities of India will also celebrate the same at their local level. Thane, one of the popular cities of India has created its own version of Utsav 75 at Thane, which will be held from 12 to 15 August and spread all over the city. The celebrations include various programs, performances, various rallies, community carnivals, etc. On 31 July 2022, in Man Ki Baat Prime Minister of India urges Indians to replace their social media profile picture with the Flag of India from 2 August to 15 August. The government of India also started a campaign "Har Ghar Tiranga" where it will provide the National flag to every household.

History of India’s Independence Day (from Festive

Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati started the greatness of the first freedom struggle of 1857 and Mangal Pandey gave his life to Bharat Mata and the spark turned into a Mahasangram, which included: Rani Lakshmibai, Tatya Tope, Nana Saheb of Jhansi, Ramprasad Bismil, Ashfaq, Chandrasekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev etc. for the country, martyr for ‘Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna’ Have become. Tilak lent his leniency to Swaraj’s and Subhash Chandra Bose said, “Give me blood, I will give you freedom.”

At Midnight on August 15, 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru declared India as an independent country, where he delivered the speech “Trieste Destiny”. During his speech, he said, “When the world sleeps at the touch of the midnight hour, India will wake up to life and freedom. Today we ended our misfortune, and India again searched for itself.”

After this, the Assembly members vowed to give their services to the country with full integrity. Officially the National Flag was presented to the Assembly. So India became officially an independent country and Nehru and Viceroy Lord Mountbatten, respectively, became Prime Minister and Governor General. Mahatma Gandhi was not involved in this celebration. He stayed in Calcutta and kept a 24-hour fast for promoting peace among Hindus and Muslims.


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