Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is an initiative of the Government of India to celebrate and commemorate 77 years of Independent India. Through this independence festival, we want to lay a strong foundation for the bright future of our nation by making the existing generation aware of the freedom struggles made by our forefathers. India is celebrating the glorious history of its people, culture, and achievements. This Mahotsav aims to preserve our cultural heritage and spread patriotism to save the uniqueness of our country. This independence festival is celebrated to attribute a strong foundation for the better future of our nation by making the existing generation aware of the freedom struggles made by our forefathers. The Nation celebrates the 77th anniversary of independence by remembering its struggle for independence, its achievements, and the plans that will be made on the occasion. Additionally, developments in India will be discussed. This includes all languages and all states. Through Amrit Mahotsav, we can also launch India on the global stage. The Amrit Mahotsav of Independence was started on March 12/2021 initiated a 75-week countdown to India’s 75th Independence anniversary was completed after a year on 15th August 2023. For more details visit the official website at azadika-amrit mahotsav.
15th August 1947, the day is etched in the minds and hearts of all Indians. India gained freedom after years of struggle against British Rule. Independence Day of any country is a moment of pride and glory. On this special occasion, rich tributes are paid to the freedom fighters like Gandhi, Nehru, Tilak, Bhagat Singh, and Sarojini Naidu amongst others, who fought selflessly for the freedom of our country, sacrificed their lives to free their motherland from the clutches of the oppressors - British who ruled India.

On the eve of 15th August 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru addressed the constituent assembly at the Parliament, delivering his famed, eloquent speech, Tryst with Destiny announcing India’s freedom at midnight. This announcement brought about a rise in spirits all over the country, for India was finally realizing a dream to be a free nation, free from oppression and domination under British rule. It was a historic day as India finally shook off the shackles of British Rule and became free. It was a night of celebration all over the country.

However, sometimes to gain something you may have to lose something integral. Due to the growing disparities between the Hindu and Muslim communities, the demand for a new nation for Muslims grew louder. Punjab and Sindh were divided in the northwest region of India to form a new nation. Pakistan was formed on the 14th of August and celebrates Independence Day on that day.
Independence Day
Every year, on this day, Indians pay homage and remember these great people with a sense of pride. There are functions and activities organized in schools, colleges and government organization to remember the day that we became a free nation. There is an official ceremony held at the Red Fort in the National Capital. The Prime Minister of India hoists the Tricolor at the Red Fort to commemorate Independence Day and to honor our freedom fighters. The Prime Minister s speech at the Red Fort in Delhi is a major highlight. Patriotic presentations by school children add colors to the celebrations.
Delhi’s skyline gets dotted with thousands of kites taking to the sky on this day. Similar programs are held at all the State capitals also. The preparations for this major event begin a month in advance. Roads are decorated with flags and buntings. Buildings of national importance are illuminated and all in all it’s a happy and a joyful day.
At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps,
India will awake to life and freedom - Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru
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