Indian Independence Day


August 7, 2014 by

Subject:  Simple Fifteen sentences Essay/Speech on ‘indian independence day ’
Mode: Easy
Grade- 4
Target Age Group: 5-13 Years
Total sentences: 14
written by: shruti, class 5, Adayar, Chennai

On 15th August 1947, India got independence from British rule. Hence the day is called indian independence day. It is a very important day for our country. It was won by ahimsa under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi. This year we celebrate the 58th independence day. The day is celebrated throughout the country. On this day the prime minister hoists the national flag over the Red Fort  in Delhi. He then addresses the people of India. The national anthem is sung on this occasion. Medals and honours are awarded to selected people. Buildings are lit with lights. Children dress up like our national leaders and sing patriotic songs. All the schools, offices and shops are closed on this day. All the people are happy and take part in this national festival.


9 thoughts on “Indian Independence Day

  1. anjali agrawal says:

    good can i have an essay on a visit to a petrol pump


  2. Anushka says:

    Nice now can I have on my family


  3. Aarushi says:



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  5. Devika says:

    Great !!


  6. kavita says:

    I need a speech for class one student on topic spirit of freedom


  7. Subhankar says:

    Nice essay especially for children..vry gud.


  8. Aamer Khan says:

    Nice and simple essay foe independence day


  9. Aamer Khan says:

    Nice and simple essay for independence day


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