India is celebrating its 77th Independence Day on Tuesday, August 15, 2023. The day marks the anniversary of the country’s independence from British rule in 1947.
Independence Day is a national holiday in India, and it is celebrated with great fanfare. The day begins with the flag hoisting ceremony at the Red Fort in Delhi by the Prime Minister of India. This is followed by a speech by the Prime Minister to the nation.
There are also a number of cultural programs and events held across the country on Independence Day. These events celebrate India’s rich history and culture, and they also pay tribute to the sacrifices of the freedom fighters who fought for India’s independence.
This year, Independence Day is being celebrated under the theme of “Nation First, Always First“(Celebration of 77 years of India’s independence). The theme is a call to put the nation first, regardless of our individual differences. It is a reminder that we are all Indians first, and that we should all work together to build a better future for our country.
The theme is also in line with the government’s focus on national unity and development. The government has launched a number of initiatives in recent years to promote national unity, such as the “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat” campaign. The government has also made significant progress in terms of economic development, and it is committed to making India a prosperous and equitable society for all.
The theme of “Nation First, Always First” is a timely reminder of the importance of national unity and development. It is a call to all Indians to come together and work together to build a better future for our country.
On this special day, let us all remember the sacrifices of the freedom fighters who fought for our independence. Let us also pledge to build a better future for our country, a future where everyone has the opportunity to live a life of dignity and freedom.