In India, people
celebrate Independence Day on the 15th of August as a national holiday in every
state of India. In 1947, the parliament of UK had given the legislative
sovereignty to the Indian assembly under the Indian Independence Act 1947. With
the help of the independence movement held by Indian national congress (INC),
the country got Independence. There are two main movements’ takes places at
that period as civil disobedience movement and non-violent resistance.
At that time, the
portion of India is separated and makes another country as ‘Pakistan.’ It
happens due to the violence that takes place among the religious, and around 15
million people are displaced. In the first Independence of India on the 15th of
August 1947, the Prime Minister ‘Jawaharlal Nehru’ has come forward to raise
the Indian Flag in the Red Fort Lahori Gate, Delhi.
All the functioning
and programs were organized by the huge broadcaster ‘Doordarshan,’ as the
national broadcaster of India. The starting of the broadcast begins with the
soulful shehnai performed by Ustad Bismillah Khan and after that, India’s
Independence Day recognized as the flag hosting ceremonies and functioning of
Let’s know about the
Indian Independence Movement in Brief:
In the 17th century, the European traders had started their trading over India and profuse the strength of the military. After, the East India Company was formed in the starting of the 18th century. The first war of Independence took place in 1857 under the government of India Act 1858, while the British started controlling India directly.
To get Independence,
Indian National Congress Party had established in 1885. At that period,
different moment’s takes place like civil disobedience movement, non-cooperation
movement, and non-violent movements, which were held by Mahatma Gandhi
(Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi).
In 1930, the INC got
support from most of the people in India and won the election. At the time of
World War II, the INC tried to push for non-cooperation movements but Muslim
nationalism increases which were led by All India Muslim League. After the
decision of partition was taken and Muslim people separated from India and
information before Independence in India:
Before Independence, the INC has declared the Independence of India or Purna Swaraj on the 15th of August in Lahore1929. All the people in India are following Congress instructions before the full Independence. The people started celebrating Independence Day to express the nationalistic and overcome the British rule to concede Independence.
Before Independence, the Indian national congress has celebrated Independence Day on the 26th of January from 1930 to 1946. In the autobiography of Jawaharlal Nehru, he has shown the peace and solemn among the people without more speeches.
The people started
celebrating Independence Day while doing work, which is useful includes serving
untouchables, a reunion of Hindus and Mussalmans, and all the work profitable
for the people. After getting Independence in 1947, Independence Day celebrated
on the 15th of August 1947 while the Constitution of India has implemented and
Republic day celebrated on the 26th of January 1950.
Happy Independence Day Quotes by Leaders:
Here, you will get
Independence Day quotes 2019 which are written by freedom fighters at the time
of Independence. We have made the list of Independence Day quotes with images
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