Prime Minister and Vice Principal Mam

Answer: The Independence Day is the national festival of India. On 15 august 1947, the citizens of India got free from the British rule. Last year on 15 august , in my school this day was celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm. There were so many preparations in the school like dance competition, speeches etc. I was been selected in the dance competition and in the speech. The speech which i got was very good and very big also. On the next day Independence Day was celebrated. That day was celebrated in the assembly ground. The principal mam and the vice principal mam were sitting in the front.

All the teachers and children were sitting at the back of the principal mam and vice principal mam. Then the children were asked to start telling their speech. And everybody spoke very well. Then my chance came to tell the speech and i also spoke very well. My class teacher was also watching me. After then the dance competition started . Everybody danced very well. After then , that day was ended with great joy and clapping. My father came and took me from the school. Since then i remember this day forever. Jay Hind ! 2) The 15th August is a red-letter day in Indian history.

It is on this day in 1947 that we were free from bondage of British rule. Since then every year, this day is observed as Independence Day. This Independence day is celebrated with pump and pleasure in our school. On this day we go to school early in the morning beautifully dressed and stand in rows in the school campus, which is nicely decorated with small flags. The head master hoists the National Flag. Then we salute the flag. A band of musician sings the national song ‘Janganmana’ and we join them . Soon after the NCC cadets march past with the drums beating.

Sweets are distributed among the students on the occasion to enjoy the Independence Day. Then a function is held in the big hall of our school. It includes patriotic songs speeches. The speakers remember the great martyrs and freedom-fighters who sacrificed their lives for achieving independence and pay homage to them. They call upon us to follow their ideals. The function ends with a moving patriotic song. 3) The 15th of August is a very important day in the history of our country – India. It was on this day in 1947 that India became independent. We won freedom after a hard struggle.

On this day our first Prime Minister Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru unfurled The National Flag at The Red Fort for the first time. All the people irrespective of their caste, look and creed celebrate this day every year amidst great rejoicing. It is declared a public holiday. On this day we take a pledge to defend our freedom with all our might. The Independence Day is celebrated all over India with great joy. People hold meetings. Fly the tricolor and sing the national anthem. There are great enthusiasms among them. In Delhi, the capital of India, this day is celebrated with great pomp and show.

People gather in large numbers into the parade ground in front the red fort. There is a great hustle and bustle everywhere. They line up the roads all leading to the fort and eagerly wait for the arrival of the Prime Minter. The foreign ambassadors and dignitaries also partipcate in the celebrations. The prime minster unfurls the national flag. A guard of honor is given by the local police and armed forces personnel. A salute of 21 guns is fired. The military band plays the national anthem. The Prime Minister greets the ambassadors seated at the parapet and delivers a speech.

Homage is paid to those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of our country. After the Prime Minister’s speech, the functions come to an end with the recital of our national anthem, ‘Jan Gina Manna’ and the crowd begins to melt away. The Independence Day reminds us of those patriots who fought and suffered to win freedom for us. 4) Essay Introduction: The 15th august is the most important day in the history of India. On this fortunate day our country became free after many centuries. The British left India with bag and baggage. Preparation for the day: We celebrate this day with great zeal every year.

This year great preparations were made in the school. Every one of us was eager to take part in the Independent Day Celebration. The vice principal drew up a programme which was announced by the principal on the 13th august. Programme of the Day: Early in the morning of the 15th August we gathered in the Ramleela ground behind the bus stand near the water tank. Our teacher also joined us in a few minutes. We were divided into four parties each under the charge of six teachers. We went round the town singing the national songs and shouting Mahatma Gandhi Ki Jai, Bhrat Mata Ki jai.

Our younger companions were full of great enthusiasm. They were shouting the slogans at the top of their voice. Their singing and expressing our patriotic feelings. We reached our school at 7:30 AM. In the school we stood round the flag pole. We were asked to stand class wise. In our Khaki uniform we looked like soldiers ready to sacrifice our lives for the sake of our country. The teachers stood behind us. On our Principal’s request, the founder of the school, who is a sacred saint, came forward to perform the flag-hoisting ceremony. He was in his happy mood.

Exactly at eight the flag was hoisted. We stood in attention to give salute to the flag. After the flag ceremony Jan Gan Man was sung. The scouts’ band played the tune. The flag ceremony came to a close with a few speeches delivered by the staff and the manager. Al the speakers threw light on the importance of the day and our duties towards the country. In the end, the principal asked us to assemble round the field to take part in the school sports. They were held with great enthusiasm. Those who stood first and second in the various sports got prizes from the holy hands of the manager.

In the evening all the students and the teachers assembled in the school hall. We were very glad when the principal announced that each of us would get a packet of sweets. There was a great noise in the hall for about an hour. My class leader asked ten boys and me to stay in the school for illumination. After enjoying the grand illumination in the school we returned home in happy mood. Conclusion: Thus we celebrated our Independence Day in our school. This day always remind me of the untold sacrifices of the fighters of freedom. We should worship those patriots who shed their blood for achieving Freedom.