Independence Day 2022: Our country became independent on 15 August 1947. Independence Day is celebrated every year on 15 August. This time 75th Independence Day i.e. Amrit Mahotsav of Independence is being celebrated. So let’s know some interesting things of this day. This day is also with happiness to remember the great people who played a very important role in independence. So let’s know these 8 interesting things
- 1-India’s independence was led by Mahatma Gandhi. But let us tell, Gandhiji was not present at the time of India’s independence.
- Mahatma Gandhi was sitting on a fast that day to stop the violence between the two groups and he was at a great distance from Delhi.
2. India became independent from the British on 15 August only. At that time Sardar Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru wrote letters to Gandhiji. It was written in it that independence will be given on August 15.
3. India did not have any kind of national anthem. Although Rabindranath Tagore wrote Jana Gana Mana in 1911 itself, it was considered as the national anthem in 1950.
4. On this day, apart from August 15, the independence day of three other countries is also celebrated.
The city of Panama was established on the day of 5.15 August 1519.
Maharishi Aurobindo Ghosh was born on August 6.15. They were involved in India’s fight with the British.
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India was not partitioned from Pakistan till August 15. Pakistan was then a part of India.
8. By the way, the flag is hoisted on the Red Fort by the Prime Minister on the 15th of August every year. But this did not happen on 15 August 1947. Nehru had hoisted the flag on 16th August.
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