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Independence day 2019 15 August is well known as the independence day of India. On 15 August 1947, India got its independence from the British rule and was declared as a sovereign nation.

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In 2019 the day on Independence day is Thursday. The day is widely known throughout the country to celebrate India’s independence from the British.

The independence was achieved by the following a great independence movement mostly notice for peaceful non-violent resistance and civil disobedience movements led by the Indian National Congress.

After the independence of India, the partition occurs during which the British Indian Empire divided into religious lines into 2 new nations India and Pakistan.

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How Is Independence Day Celebrate In India?

15 August every year is a very auspicious day for the Indians who will get an opportunity to pay homage to all freedom fighters. Since it is a national holiday, all regional-level, state-level, and national-level government offices will remain shut after the flag-hoisting ceremony.

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Therefore, Commercial outlets may also remain closed. Or, operating hours may be lessened. Schools and colleges across the country will organize various types of competitions for students and award winners.

Special contests and programs are organized by online, print and broadcast channels. Cinemas related to Indian freedom fighters shown on television on independence day.

Independence day 2019

On the eve of Independence Day, the Indian President will address the country.

In Delhi, the Indian Prime Minister will attend the flag-hoisting ceremony and also address the nation at the Red Fort.

Artists will capture this opportunity to exhibit their hidden talent and get recognize and awarded. In some places, the families of freedom fighters are honor on Independence Day.

Symbols Of Independence Day

Independence Day is a symbol of by the kite flying. People buy the kites of various colors, shades, and styles from the market.

A very important symbol of Independence Day is the Red Fort in Delhi. It is the place where the first Indian Prime Minister unveiled the Indian flag on 15 August 1947.

Multiple Ways To Celebrate Independence Day 2019

Plan a tour: Plan a short trip to the nearest destination.
Attend the flag hoisting ceremony: The people staying around the city of Delhi can consider taking a short trip to Delhi on Independence Day to witness the flag-hoisting ceremony, which is beautiful to watch.
Watch patriotic cinemas: This is the best thing you can do. There are many movies based on India’s struggle for attaining freedom.

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Republic Day of India | History, Significance and Images

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Happy Republic Day

Republic Day has been celebrated in India every year on January 26, since 1950, to honor the date India’s Constitution came into effect. Republic Day is also known as R- Day public holiday. The Constitution of India, which was embraced by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949, was abolished on January 26, 1950. Indian’s was ruled by the Britishers for over 200 years and became independent from the British Raj rule following the Indian independence movement.

It is a national holiday that immortalizes the establishment of India’s Constitution. India got independence on August 14, 1947; at that time, India didn’t have a constitution, and Indian laws were based on the British established Government of India Act 1935.

On this Republic Day Parade is organize. It gets started from the Rashtrapati Bhavan gates and ends at India Gate. It also cover forth India’s defense capabilities, cultural and social heritage, and puts the diversity of the country in the limelight. The parade shows festivals according to the state wise.

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Happy Lohri

Lohri is the most important festival in north India. Sikhs and Hindus celebrate it. The festival means the end of winter and harvesting of the rabi crops. It comes every year on January 13. The first Lohri is considered very special for a newborn baby and newly married bride. They celebrate Lohri on a large scale because it the biggest festival of Punjabis.

Lohri Significance

For Punjab people, the festival of Lohri holds great significance as it marks the beginning of the harvest season of Rabi crops and the end of the winter season. It is celebrated by preparing a huge bonfire that symbolizes the Sun is bringing in warmth.

Lohri holds great importance as it marks the harvesting of the Rabi crops and winter days. The people pray to the Sun and the fire and thank them for the excellent harvest. All communities observe the day with different names.

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Happy Lohri Wishes

“Enjoy this Lohri to the fullest & share the sweetness of love with rewri, moongfali and popcorn with all and spread happiness.”

“May this Lohri fire burn all the moments of sadness and enlighten your world with warmth of joy, happiness and love,”

“This Lohri spread the message of peace and happiness with all.”

“On this festive season of Lohri, may God bless you with good health and lifelong companionship.”

“Play the Punjabi music and dance on the tunes of drum this Lohri and share smile & laughter with all.”

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“Hope this festive season brings joy to your heart and fulfills all your wishes on this auspicious occasion. Happy Lohri my love”

“May this Lohri bring the best opportunities your way, to explore every joy of life, turning all your dreams into reality and all your efforts into huge achievements. Happy Lohri”

“May this festival of zeal and verve fill your life with lots of energy and enthusiasm that will bring ultimate prosperity to you”.

“Hope this grand celebration of Lohri completes your life with utmost love and joy. Wish you a very Happy Lohri”

“Come let’s organize a small bonfire to celebrate the warmness of this beautiful festival and make this night memorable forever”.

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If you thinking sad then don’t be feeling sad because you are my best friends and I am coming to your home on this Lohri festival”.

The moon has come fully on the fest day, Smile comes on every face, Reason behind Lohri has come, Celebrate Lohri enjoy Lohri”.

We hope on this Lohri festival, You got connected with your friends, With your family, And May God give you a blessing for the future”.

Having a true friend in life is like a blessing. It’s an assurance that whatever the situation or challenge is we never have to face them alone”.

“God bless you with a lot of happiness & may God pour their love on your family on this Lohri”.

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Shri Sai Baba Images and साईं बाबा Blessing

Shirdi Shri Sai Baba Images Sai Baba is, also called Sai Baba of Shirdi, born 1838 died on October 15, 1918.

The name Sai Baba comes from sai, a Persian word used by Muslims to denote a holy person, and baba, Hindi for father.

Sai Baba’s early years are a mystery. Most accounts mention his birth as a Hindu Brahman and his subsequent adoption by a Sufi fakir, or mendicant. Later in life he claimed to have had a Hindu guru.

Sai Baba arrived in Shirdi, in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, about 1858 and remained there until his death in 1918.

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