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Independence Day Celebration

8/12/2016 8:22:00 AM

Independence Day Celebration Independence Day is considered as a national holiday in India which is celebrated with utmost joy and happiness all around in India on which the roads are embellished with ribbons and Indian flags. It is a day to pay a mark of respect to our freedom fighters because of whom we are breathing an air of freedom. Everywhere we see a flag hoisting ceremony across India on the day of Independence. We can see in every house, clubs, private and government organizations  in cities and Villages that people hoist the flag representing the citizen of free India with more enthusiasm and joy. Schools and Colleges also celebrate the independence day by first hoisting the flag within their premises. Indians whether residing in India or abroad celebrate the day in the same way being proud to be an Indian by hoisting the Indian flag  with utmost happiness. Red Fort Ceremony: Indian Flag at Red FortOn the eve of the Independence Day, the President of Indi

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तिरंग्यांचा इतिहास

8/12/2016 8:09:00 AM

तिरंग्यांचा इतिहास भारताच्या स्वातंत्र्यलढय़ावेळी भारतीयांना सतत प्रेरणा मिळत राहणे आवश्यक होते. त्यासाठी झेंडा हे प्रतीक सवरेत्तम असल्याचे मानले गेले. १९0४ मध्ये स्वामी विवेकानंदांच्या शिष्या भगिनी निवेदिता यांनी प्रथम एक झेंडा बनविला. तो पुढे निवेदितांचा झेंडा म्हणून ओळखला जाऊ लागला २२ ऑगस्ट १९0७ रोजी र्जमनीतील स्टुटगार्ट शहरात भिकाजी कामा यांनी आणखी एक तिरंगा फडकविला. या तिरंग्यामध्ये वरची पट्टी हिरवी, मधली पट्टी भगवी, तर खालची लाल रंगाची होती. यामध्ये हिरवा रंग हा इस्लामचा, तर भगवा रंग हा हिंदू व बौद्ध धर्माचे प्रतीक असल्याचे मानले गेले. हिरव्या पट्टय़ामध्ये असलेली आठ कमळ फुले त्यावेळच्या ब्रिटिश हिंदुस्थानातील आठ प्रांतांची प्रतीके होती. मधल्या पट्टय़ात देवनागरीमध्ये 'वंदे मातरम्' लिहिलेले होते. खालच्या पट्टय़ात एकीकडे चंद्रकोर, तर दुसरीकडे सूर्य होता. भिकाजी कामा, स्वातंत्र्यवीर सावरकर आणि श्यामजी कृष्ण वर्मा या तिघांनी हा झेंडा बनविला होता. पहिल्या महायुद्धादरम्यान हा झेंडा 'बर्लिन कमिटी फ्लॅग' म्हणून ओळखला जाऊ लागला. स्वातंत्र्यपूर्वी, स्वतंत्र भारताचा राष्ट्रीय झेंडा काय असावा,

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Bhagat Singh: Acts of Bravery -2

8/13/2012 1:51:00 AM

After the assignation of John P. Saunders who was an Assistant Superintendent of Police, the british government was shaken from the roots. They should have found out the reasons for the discontent. Instead they took more repressive measures. They brought a bill named ‘Defence of India Act ’. It gave the police a free hand. Now they can arrest persons to stop processions. In addition to that they can also arrest suspicious persons whom they thought were involved in anti british activities. The whole country was against the bill. These days Bhagat Singh was hiding from the police. When he heard about the bill he was unhappy. He decided to protest. He along with Batukeshwar Dutt planned to throw a bomb in the Central Assembly Hall while the session was going on. Their motive was to protest in a peaceful way. They didn’t want to hurt anybody. They also decided to throw pamphlets about Indian Independence. Furthermore they decided not to run away from the scene. On April

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Bhagat Singh: Acts of Bravery -1

8/12/2012 1:11:00 AM

1. In 1919, Bhagat Singh was a teenager but his heart was filled with a thought for contributing to Indian Independence. Jallianwala Bagh massacre occurred at that period of time. When he heard about it this little boy eyes were filled with tears. He decided to visit the place. He saw blood soaked people lying here and there. In addition, he saw the well people used to kill themselves from the bullets of the police. Further he saw the wall covered with peoples blood. He started crying but his courage made him control himself. He had a bottle. He filled the bottle with blood soaked mud and returned home. He placed the bottle in the middle of the room and started to perform a ritualistic pooja. After some time her younger sister came into the room and asked him what he is doing. He told her that he is performing the last rites for the martyrs who lost their lives in the battle of freedom.   2.    The struggle of Independence was catching fire. In 1928, the briti

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Mangal Pandey: A Hero of Indian Independence

8/11/2012 3:31:00 AM

In 1857, Mangal Pandey was a solider in 34th Regiment of the Bengal native infantry of the East India Company. He was famous for his bravery because he saved the life of his British commanding officer. He did not fear death. He was ready to fight against injustice. Everything was going fine. Tension started with the introduction of a new rifle. At that time the British army constituted 96% of Indians.The rifle has to be loaded with a cartridge. Before loading, it has to be bitten by the mouth and the gun powder has to be poured into the rifle. They were shown the demonstration how to load the cartridge in the rifle. Some soldiers came to knew that the cartridges which held gun power were greased with either pig fat or beef tallow. Rumours started spreading. These made the soldiers in the infantry angry because for Hindus cows were a scared animal. They used to worship the cows. The British tried explaining the soldiers, and even asked them to make their own grease from vegetable oil

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