Independence Day-Simple paragraph by Angelina Bindhani

  • Contributed by : Angelina Bindhani
  • Status : Student
  • Class : 7
  • School : Krishnamurthy World school
  • Age : 11+
  • Mode : Simple
  • Article type : Short paragraph for children
  • Target Age Group : 11-15 Years

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The Indian Independence Day is observed on 15th of August every year. On this day in 1947, India became a free nation. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of India made a historic speech on the floor of constituent assembly declaring that India became independent.every year, on this day the Prime Minister of India hoists our national flag at Red Fort in Delhi. He receives salute from the three wings of our defense forces,the NCC, SCOUT,the students of different schools and colleges. He makes a fine speech on the welfare programs undertaken by the government for the sake of the nation. In state capitals and districts headquarters this day is celebrated with splendor and joy. In educational institutions, government and non-government offices, this day is observed with traditional gaiety. National Anthem is sung in chorus after the flag is hoisted. All offices and educational institutions remain closed in this day. This day is inscribed in golden letters in the history of India. Its important that the spirit of freedom should be injected in the minds of our children. They should be made aware of the sacrifices made by our great leaders. Centuries have passed but we still experience poverty, lack of healthcare facilities, and illiteracy  in our country. We all must take a pledge that we will make every possible efforts to make our country great.


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