Independence Day Speech for Kids

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Respected Head Mam, teachers and my friends,I wish you a happy independence day.

INDEPENDANCE DAY means a day when we had got freedom from not only our brute rulers but freedom from want from fulfillment of right needs...

India was under the British rule for 3-4 centuries. It was in 1857 India started it's independence struggle forcefully through a revolt named "The Great Revolt" against the British.

Mahatma Gandhi was the spine and brain behind the Indian independence struggle and finally her Independence. "Non-violence" or "Ahimsa" against the cannons and rifles of the so called "MIGHTY" British. His words of wisdom were followed by almost every Indian of that age to follow non-violence and struggle with perseverance and the British finally manumitted India from it's bondage. India's independence struggle is a huge epic on it's own. "NON_VIOLENCE" was the weapon used to free India. That's why India even today doesn't want resort to force or war unless there is some menace to the security/integrity of Indian unity. India gained independence after nearly 200 years of British rule on 15 August 1947 and Indian tricolor flag was unfurled by Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, on the ramparts the Red Fort of Delhi Proud to be an Indian. Thank You One and all. Jai Hindh.............

Respected Head Mam, teachers and my friends,I wish you a happy independence day.

On 15 August 1947, India attained freedom from the British Rule. Every year, August 15 is celebrated as the Independence Day in India. This national festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country.

The Independence Day of any country is a moment of pride and glory. On this special occasion, rich tributes are paid to the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives and fought to free their motherland from the clutches of the oppressors - British who ruled the country. The British, had initially come for...