India Celebrates Her 75th Independence Day On Sunday, August 15, 2021

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Indians are happy and passionate to celebrate their freedom day

India’s 75th Independence Day 2021

India’s Independence Day is important because it serves as a reminder of the sacrifices many freedom fighters made to gain independence from British rule.

India will celebrate its 75th Independence Day, August 15, 2021. This day will be marked with the usual pride that keeps its independence from British rule. Mohandas Karamchand was the leader of the Indian Independence movement, which began in World War I. India was freed from almost 200 years of the British government on August 15, 1947.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is standing man with Indian people to celebrate their independence day.

The history of India’s Independence

Parades and pageants are held around the globe by the Indian diaspora to celebrate Independence Day, especially in areas with high concentrations of Indian immigrants. Some locations, like New York City and other US cities, have made August 15 “India Day” for the diaspora and the local population. Pageants can celebrate “India Day” on either August 15 or another weekend day.

The Indian Independence Bill was presented in the British House of Commons, July 4, 1947. It was passed within two weeks. It was passed by the British House of Commons on July 4, 1947, and became law on August 15, 1947. With the partition of India and Pakistan, India was declared a sovereign country.

India’s Independence Day is important because it serves as a reminder of the sacrifices many freedom fighters made to gain independence from British rule. It is a national holiday observed across the country with parades, the raising of the tricolor, and other cultural events. Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime minister, raised the Indian flag over the Lahori Gate at Red Fort in Delhi on August 15, 1947. The tradition has been continued by the current Prime Minister, who then addresses the nation.