Happy Independence Day India

Happy Independence Day India

Wish you all happy independence day India on 15th August 2020.

Happy Independence Day India is annually celebrated on 15 August, as a national holiday in India commemorating the nation’s independence from the United Kingdom on 15 August 1947, the day when the provisions of the Indian Independence Act 1947, as passed by the United Kingdom Parliament, which transferred legislative sovereignty to the Indian Constituent Assembly came into effect.

A short speech on 74th Happy Independence Day India

Very warm good morning to one and all present here.

Honorable Chief Guest of the day, respected teachers, parents and my all dear friends, I wish you all a very Happy Independence Day. All of us know the reason of get together here in such a big crowd. We all are excited celebrating this great day in such an excellent manner.

All of us gathered here to celebrate 15th August 2020, 74th Independence day of our nation. First of all we hoist our honorable National Flag then give a salute to all the heroic deeds of the freedom fighters.

Proud to be an Indian

I am feeling so proud to be an Indian citizen. Its a great chance to give a speech on the Independence Day in front of you all. I would like to say thanks to my respected class teacher that she has given me an opportunity to share my views with you all about the freedom of India.

India freed from British empire on 15 August 1947, after many years of slavery finally we got our own nation rights. We all should feel proud on the day of this special occasion. And we should thank all our ancestors and forefathers who fought for India, worked hard and suffered from several brutal pain and behavior of Britishers.

We all are sitting here and that’s our freedom. We can’t assume how hard was the independence from British rule it took many freedom fighters lives and decades of struggle from 1857 to 15 august 1947.

Independence Day Celebration

We celebrate this Independence day every year on 15th of August because India got freedom on the late night of 14th of August in 1947. Just after the independence of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had given a speech on the Independence day in New Delhi.

When people from all over the world were sleeping, people in India were waking to get freedom and life from the British rule. Now, after the independence, India has been a largest democratic country in the world.

Our country is a most famous country for the saying of unity in diversity. It face many incidents testing its secularism however Indian people become always ready to answer with their unity.

Because of the hard struggles of our forefathers we are now able to enjoy the freedom and breathe fresh air according to our wish. Getting freedom from the Britishers was really an impossible task our forefathers did with their continuous efforts.

We can never forget their works and always remember them through the history. We cannot remember all the deeds of all the freedom fighters in a day only however can give them a heartily salute. They would always be in our memories and way of inspiration to us whole life.

Salute real National Heroes

Today is the very significant day for all Indians which we celebrate remembering sacrifices of great Indian leaders who had given their lives for the freedom and prosperity of the country. Freedom of India was possible because of the cooperation, sacrifice and involvement of all the Indians.

We should value and salute all the Indian citizens because they are the real national heroes. Keep faith in the secularism and never be separate to maintain the unity so that no one can break and rule again.

We should take an oath today of being highly responsible and well-educated citizens of the tomorrow India. Sincerely we should perform our duty and do work hard to get the goal and successfully lead this democratic nation.

Jai Hind, Jai Bharat.

Thank you,

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Methods of Professional speech on 74th Independence Day

There is a sequence to deliver a professional speech on Independence Day as follows starting with an opening address:

– Start with wishing the Principal, Vice Principal, teachers and fellow students. Follow this with defining why you are all gathered here today and what is the relevance of 15th August to the nation.

– Remember, the importance of 15th August in 1947 and 15th August today remains the same, but its relevance varies. The priority and focus of a nation being born in 1947 was different then, as India today prepares its priorities and focus based on current situation.

– Mention how the freedom fighters then were committed and focused on achieving independence from British rule. What we must learn to ensure that we continue to do justice to what they struggled and fought for.

– Talk about the ideals of Independence – unity in diversity, inclusiveness, tolerance, equality and democracy as corner stones of modern India.

– Speak about some of the tallest leaders that inspired people to come together in the call for freedom from British rule. You may want to mention the inspirational leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation. Tell his commitment to use ‘non-violence’ as a means of attaining ‘Swaraj’.

– Here, you can recall the martyrdom and sacrifice of those people who inspired others to join the freedom movement. You could begin with mentioning how an unknown Sepoy in the British Army called Mangal Pandey triggered a rebellion. That soon spread to other parts of the country that was later referred to as the Great Mutiny of 1857.

– How the massacre in Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar woke the nation to the horror of the act and acted as a catalyst in uniting people in their quest for freedom.

– Mention how the hanging of revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru inspired others to join the freedom movement.

Speak about great freedom fighters

– You could briefly speak about how leaders like Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose. Speak about Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Sarojini Naidu, Maulana Azad, Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan all contributed in the freedom movement. Choose to mention others from a long list of stalwarts also.

– Recall briefly the major events that contributed in bringing people to come together to join the fight against British rule. Remember, you must mention each event briefly and also explain the impact that event had on people at the time.

– Speak briefly of the Quit India Movement, Salt March by Mahatma Gandhi and the communal strife in the run up to Partition. Further more, speak sacrifices of martyrs like Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev, Chandrashekhar Azad, Mangal Pandey and Khudiram Bose, amongst several others. Here, you might like to highlight some of the other names also.

– During your speech, you must also speak of the inspirational guidance provided by Rabindranath Tagore and Swami Vivekananda. Along with political leaders like Jawaharlal Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose, Sarojini Naidu, Baba Saheb Ambedkar and Ram Manohar Lohia. Use their popular quotes while speaking of their contribution and the relevance of their message today. Like Subash Chandra Bose’s famous quotes “Delhi Cholo”, “Tum Muje Khun Do Me Tumhe Azadi Dunga” and “Jai Hind”.

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