On the bright morning of 15th August 1947 India achieved freedom from the British rule. This day from then was finally declared as Independence Day and celebrated every year across the country. This day is observed as a national holiday in India commemorating the nation’s independence from the United Kingdom.
This year on 15th August 2020, India will be celebrating its 74rd Independence Day. This day marks a national and public holiday. It holds an important historical background, which marks subcontinent’s partition into two different independent nations India and Pakistan.
On the eve of Independence Day, the President of India addresses the nation by delivering “Address to the Nation”. And on the next day on 15th of August, the current Prime Minister hosts the Indian Flag at Red Fort, Delhi. The Prime Minister in his speech highlights the important events of the past …Continue Reading