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Independence Day marks the end of British rule in 1947 and the establishment of a free and independent Indian nation. It also marks the anniversary of the partition of the subcontinent into two countries, India and Pakistan, which occurred at midnight on 14–15 August 1947. On this day in every school, the Colleges Independence programme has been organized by the School and Colleges authority in which students give speeches about Independence Day.

India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru unfurled the tricolour at the Red Fort at midnight on August 15. In his famous Independence Day speech, he said, “Long years ago, we made a tryst with destiny and now that time comes when we shall redeem our pledge.

Independence Day Speech English PDF

Good Morning Everyone! Today we all are here to acknowledge our privilege of being born in a Free India and celebrate the 76th Independence day of our country.

On 15th August 1947, India got its Independence. Past back in 1947, was on this day that India gained its independence from the United Kingdom and freed itself from the shackles of colonialism. With such toil and tyranny, India fought for its independence for about a decade. Let us all hold our hands together and bow in front of all those heroes who had bravely fought to gift a generation full of freedom.

Today, our mind is without fear and our heads are held high up in the sky. Not only did we free ourselves from colonialism, but we also rejuvenated our Nation and brought India back with a revolution. Our leaders, and their invaluable struggle to free India from the shackles of injustice, had been an inspiration to all of us as an epitome of courage and bravery. The values and the practices that India holds in its ancient culture had been an example set for all of us.

Just flashback and think of those times, when mothers sacrificed their sons, where the country had blood marks engraved on its battlegrounds, where people sacrificed their families, where daughters lost their fathers, where wives were ruthlessly widowed, and where people couldn’t hold their heads high, where people were forced to become slaves of the British, where people of India were treated as untouchables.

India had been so vibrant and so united in itself in spite of the fact that it has such a huge population and democracy, due to which India had spaced up itself in such a position that the whole universe looks back at India as a place where unity exists along with such diversity. India is known as a melting pot of cultures and traditions and the people of India hold a shared equanimity themselves which preserves humanity.

India is an independent nation now. As the preamble of the Indian constitution states itself as a sovereign, secular, and democratic country, it is within our responsibility that we uphold the pillars of virtues in India as a youth. On Independence day, a huge ceremony is held at Rajpath, where the program is commenced with our honourable Prime minister’s hoisting of the Indian Tricolour. It is then followed by a national anthem and tribute is paid to the country and its flag by firing 21 guns. The national anthem is played and flowers are downpoured from the helicopter. A March past show is held and the militants from all the forces put up the parade. In schools, programs are held by the students and flag hoisting is also done.

For years, our courageous heroes fought valiantly to ensure that future generations might live in freedom and dignity. Let’s salute the sacrifices made by freedom fighters and soldiers who made us realize the dream of an independent and unified India. We pay tribute to the heroic personalities.

Justice, liberty, Unity, Equity, and Fraternity…May we weave a better future and embellish it with high hopes, growth, and positivity.

Wishing you all a very happy Independence Day once again…

Independence Day Short Speech English

Today we all are gathered here to celebrate the 76th Independence Day of India and give tribute to our freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for us. We cannot understand the pain of being enslaved. We are living in peace because they sacrificed themselves for our independence. Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose, and many others devoted their whole lives to free our country from British rule. The fight for independence started in 1857 which result in the mass movement of Indians in 1885. Then Mahatma Gandhi came forward and many more to fight.

So, let’s try to remember our achievements after independence. After the day of Independence, India gave the right to vote to every grown-up. The Railway network was nationalized in 1951 and now it is one of the world’s largest railway networks. India took its first election in 1951, making Jawahar Lal Nehru the first prime minister of India. In 1983, India won its first world cup. In 2008, India won its first gold medal at the Olympics games. We can say that India is only going forward and forward.

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