Celebrating India 72nd Independence Day: Know more what was happened before 1947,on 1947 and after 1947.

Independence Day

India proudly stood free from British rule on Friday and the Indian National flag was hoisted for the first time by our prime minister of India,Pt.Jawaharlal Nehru,above the Lahore gate of Red fort in Delhi.
72nd Independence Day

The greatest nation our INDIA ,

among great civilisation is going to celebrate the most auspicious day of history of India.It is going to be 72nd Independence Day since india became independent on 15th August 1947.Nowadays it is very easy to remember our splendid historical achievement during that time but the fact is that how much pain,our great freedom fighters have taken to create the history is to be noticeable.
72nd Independence Day
            So let's rewind the time to revive our most important achievement which will give you goosebumps at any time when you feel the Late Jawaharlal Nehru words.
As much as this moment was special, his words touched every Indian when he said, “Long years ago, we made a tryst with destiny and now the time comes when we shall redeem our pledge… At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom.” His speech made an impact on millions of lives and contributed to the unity and strength of the country.
72nd Independence Day
           This year, India celebrates its 72nd Independence Day. After facing atrocities of the British regime, India broke shackles of slavery after 90 years of mutiny, bloodshed and political negotiations. Indian Rebellion of 1857 or sepoy mutiny, though unsuccessful but was a major benchmark in the fight against Britishers.
                   The mere mention of this date, 15th August, fills our heart with immense pride and acknowledgment of the lives sacrificed during the course of the freedom movement. We owe this freedom to our valiant freedom fighters who didn't hesitate for once to give up their lives, just so their future generations can breathe the free air of India.
72nd Independence Day
                  The Revolt of 1857  was effective rebellion after which various civic society were emerged all across the India. One of them was the Indian National Congress Party which formed in the year 1885. The period of dissatisfaction and unhappiness has raised non-violent movements (non-cooperation and civil disobedience) all through the nation which was led by theMohan Das Karamchand Gandhi.
72nd Independence Day
                     In the meeting of Indian National Congress in 1929 at Lahore, India was declared as Purna Swaraj. Earlier, 26th of January was declared as the Indian Independence Day between 1930 and 1947. Indian citizens were requested by the Indian National Congress to civil disobedience as well as follow the timely instructions issued until complete independence of India.
                       After World War II, in 1947 British government get ensured that it no longer could show its power on the India. Indian freedom fighter were continued fighting and then Britain decided to free India from the rule however Hindu Muslim violence took place after the independence of India (on August 15, 1947) which separated India and Pakistan. Muhammad Ali Jinnah became the first Governor General in Karachi Pakistan. However, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru became the first prime minister of independent India. An official ceremony was held in the capital of country, Delhi where all the great leaders and freedom fighters (Abul Kalam Azad, B. R. Ambedkar, Master Tara Singh, etc) took part to celebrate freedom.
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                       72 years ago India’s day of pride was knocking on the door and it was the result of the efforts of millions of people.

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