Significance of the day: it is needless to speak of the significance of the Independence Day in our life. Freedom is the birth right of man. No one has any right to snatch away this right. Despite the fact, we had to suffer deadly for lack of freedom for a pretty long time and live quite a sub-human life. We had land but we had no native land. We had language but we had no voice. Speak the truth, we were treated just life the inanimate objects of the earth. So we had no other alternative than to stand upright for the cause of our existence. We shattered the shackles of slavery and won independence in 1971. So the achievement of independence is a milestone in the life of the bangles. It is not merely a date of yearly calendar. It is a day of great thrill. It, is a day of great sensation. It is a day of great victory – a victory of justice over injustice, a victory of truth over falsehood, a victory of light over darkness, a victory of freedom over slavery and a victory of humanity over inhumanity. It is a day of taking on oath of dedicating life for the cause of motherland. It is a day of learning the great lessons that the will of people prevails, for man is born to be free and that the weapons of freedom needn’t be very big and that the oppressors will always be defeated and that eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.
I like this site because it contains many articles and speeches about all the patriotic heroes and their achievements and me to iam very patriotic towards to my country and my nation as we the people of INDIA we should be very conscious about all the unpleaseant things happening in our country. INDIA is a secular country and each and every religion is given equal rights as written in our constitution by BABA Ambedekar and other think what our forefathers have done for us and what in return we are giving to our country ,our forefathers have given their lives and many of us are so selfish that we cannot even spend a rupee for the country, IN india it is the condition that we are fighting among our self, so if we will fight in ourself we will never move forward for a change .
so if we want change in our country we should change our self first .
WHEN THERE IS FRACTURENESS IN THE HEART , THERE IS BEAUTY IN CHARACTER ,
WHEN THERE IS BEAUTY IN CHARACTER, THERE IS HARMONY IN HOME ,
WHEN THERE IS ORDER IN THE COUNTRY THERE IS PEACE IN THE WORLD.
WITH THIS I CONCLUDE MY COMMENT AND SAY ONLY ONE THING PLEASE HAVE SOME RESPCET & LOVE FOR YOUR COUNTRY .
So why do we celebrate the wrong day? The need for understanding our roots is as timeless as the human story itself. We like origin stories. We might even call them myths. We like being able to pinpoint “the place and time where it all began.” It’s the same fascination that draws us to visit our childhood home even though we don’t remember living in it. This helps explain our fixation on the Declaration of Independence. Though the decision for Independence was made on the 2nd, the birth announcement didn’t come until two days later. We cling to the Declaration because it gives us roots and legitimacy and stands as our national birth certificate—signed by all 56 of our fathers. And so the 4th of July, rather than the 2nd, becomes the day we commemorate the birth of the United States. Thomas Jefferson gets all the credit while John Adams gets pushed out of the celebration. Ironically, without Adams, Independence and the Declaration itself might never have happened.