Honorable/Respected Principal, teachers guardians and my all dear friends I am …………………..from class…………….I welcome you all on the special occasion of independence day. As we know that we all are gathered here to celebrate Independence day today. So, I am going to deliver a speech on 15 August.
Independence Day in India is celebrated with the national flag salute by 21 Guns firing. Independence Day takes place in every states of the country where the Governor and the Chief Ministers of the states become guests. Some people get prepared in the early morning and wait for the speech of the Indian Prime Minister at T.V. on 15th of August. People get inspired with the history of India independence and do some activities like that and watch movies based on the patriotic themes.
Honorable/Respected Principal, teachers guardians and my all dear friends I am …………………..the student of class…………….,welcome you all on the special occasion of independence day. Today, I am very happy because today is Independence Day. So, I am going to deliver a speech on 15 August.
15 August is a great day. We became free on this day in 1947. India was ruled by the Englishmen. They ruled us for a long time. We wanted to be free. So, we started a struggle. Many Indians were killed, many were put into jail, many were Wounded(घायल हुए) but we did not give up hope. Gandhi, Nehru, Subhash, Rajendra Jayprakash and others took part in the struggle. At last, the Englishmen left India. Our country became independent on 15th August 1947. So, it is the day of great importance for us. We celebrate this independence Day with a great joy.
Mera Bharat Mahaan…