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We are happy to greet you on the occasion of Independence Day. In India Independence Day is celebrated on every August 15th. Till date India and it’s people have celebrated sixty eight Independence day celebrations. This year it is going to be Sixty Ninth (69th) Independence Day. India has attained Independence following an Independence movement noted for largely non violent resistant and civil disobedience led by the Indian National Congress (INC). Independence is observed as national holiday through out the country. The holiday is observed through out India with flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades and cultural events. The tricolor flag will be hoisted in red fort by the Prime Minister of India.

As said above it is not just a national holiday, it’s a day of pride which every Indian national celebrates by going to parades and singing patriotic songs. We want to convey that it is not just that day we should remember our freedom movement and leaders who led it. They should be remembered every moment in our life. We should lead our lives with the ethics they have left to us.

Flag Hoisting on Red Fort

Brief History of Independent India|Happy Independence Day 2015

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European traders had established outposts on the Indian subcontinent by the 17th century. Through overwhelming military strength, the British East India company subdued local kingdoms and established themselves as the dominant force by the 18th century. Following the Rebellion of 1857, the Government of India Act 1858 led the British Crown to assume direct control of India. In the decades following, civic society gradually emerged across India, most notably the Indian National Congress Party, formed in 1885. The period after World War I was marked by British reforms such as the Montagu–Chelmsford Reforms, but it also witnessed the enactment of the repressive Rowlatt Act and calls for self-rule by Indian activists. The discontent of this period crystallized into nationwide non-violent movements of non-cooperation and civil disobedience, led by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. In 1946, the Labor government in Britain, its exchequer exhausted by the recently concluded World War II, realized that it had neither the mandate at home, the international support, nor the reliability of native forces for continuing to control an increasingly restless India. In February 1947, Prime Minister Clement Attlee announced that the British government would grant full self-governance to British India by June 1948 at the latest. The new viceroy, Lord Mountbatten, advanced the date for the transfer of power, believing the continuous contention between the Congress and the Muslim League might lead to a collapse of the interim government. He chose the second anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II, 15 August, as the date of power transfer.

Independence Day is one among the three national holidays. On the eve of Independence Day, the President of India delivers the “Address to the nation”. On 15th August, the Prime Minister hoists the Indian flag on the ramparts of the historical site Red Fort in Delhi. Twenty-One gun shots are fired in honor of the solemn occasion. This is the brief history of Indian Independence movement and the celebrations carried out across the nation on the occasion.

We once again wish you a very Happy Independence Day 2015 India

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