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Few Lines on Independence Day of India

"Freedom cannot be bestowed, it must be achieved" and India is one of the best example for this. After hundreds years of British rule, India fought and grew up to see the sunrise of independence on 15th August 1947. The freedom we achieved was not through the path with the bed of roses but it was irrigated with the sweat and blood of our great leaders and freedom fighters.

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Few Lines on Independence Day in English for Kids and Students

Writing essay, paragraph, speech etc on Independence day is very common topic in schools and during essay writing competition.  We have provided 10 lines on Independence day of India which will enhance the knowledge of children and will help them to write attractive and interesting speech, paragraphs and essays on Independence day.

Few lines on Independence Day

1) India celebrates its independence day on 15th of August every year to commemorate the freedom achieved from the British rule.

2) It is one of the national festivals of India. 

3) The day commemorates the struggle and sacrifices of our great freedom fighters in achieving the Independence from British rule.

4) Prime Minister of India unfurls the national flag from Red Fort, New Delhi on Independence day.

5) On this day the whole country is instilled with the feeling of patriotism and nationalism.

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6) Various patriotic and cultural programs are organised throughout the country.

7) We pay tribute to our great leaders and freedom fighters like Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad, Subhash Chandra Bose and many more.

8) The whole environment turns patriotic by the patriotic songs played in every corner of the country.

9) Each state and union territory also hoists national flag and pay tribute to our great freedom fighters.

10) Independence Day is the day which also introduces our youngsters with Indian freedom struggle and make them understand the importance of independence.