2020 Independence Day of India

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2020 Independence Day of India

On 15th August 2020 India is going to celebrate its Independence day.on this day this time due to the corona virus pandemic very few peoples will reach the Lal Quila and can became a part from there. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give his speech again for the consecutively sixth time for the Independence day of India.

On 15th August 2020 India will complete its 73 years and will celebrate 2020 Independence Day of India as India's 74th  Independence Day of India.

History and Significance of Independence Day 

August 15, 1947 was the most fortunate and important day in Indian history, when our Indian freedom fighters sacrificed everything and gained independence for the country of India. Along with India's independence, Indians elected their first Prime Minister as Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who hoisted the tricolor flag for the first time at the Red Fort in the national capital, New Delhi. Today every Indian celebrates this special day as a celebration.

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Independence Day is celebrated every year by the people of India on 15 August 1947 as a national holiday to commemorate India's independence from the British Empire. On this day, Tribute is given to those great leaders of India, under whose leadership the people of India became free forever.


People celebrate the day of August 15 in their own style, someone makes this day memorable with friends and families, and someone spends their time watching patriotic songs and films, as well as there are many who participate in many programs on this day. And through various mediums, the importance of Independence Day is propagated and disseminated.

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On 15 August 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru became the first Prime Minister of India after attaining independence, who addressed the Indians after hoisting the Indian flag at the Red Fort in Delhi. Other Prime Ministers also carried forward this practice where flag hoisting, parade and cultural programs etc. are held on this day every year. Many people celebrate this festival by putting a flag on their clothes, houses and vehicles.


On the midnight of 15 August 1947, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, with his speech "Trist weed Destiny", declared India's independence. He also said in his speech that, after years of slavery, this is the time when we will fulfill our resolve and end our misfortune.

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India is a country where crores of people of different religions, traditions, and cultures live together and celebrate this celebration of Independence Day with full joy. On this day, as Indians, we should be proud and promise that we will always be full of patriotism and honesty to protect our motherland from any kind of attack or humiliation.






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