Today some Indians were also there who did not get their rights . Some fight for money , some on the basis of caste , religion and other factors . In our country , poor people have no right to stand in front of the Rich one .
Today due to corruption richers become more richer and poorers become more poorer . Why this ? This is because , some Indian Politicians make misuse of their political position or their money .
” In the end , i only want to say that , our country is not really very poor . It is due to the Politicians who made their property from taking money from common people in the form of taxes and service charges . So stop all these things , if you really cares for all the Indians , If you really thinks that all Indians are your brothers and sisters “
The Republic of India celebrates its 67th Independence Day on 15 August 2013, commemorating another year of being the world’s most populous democracy!
India became independent from two centuries of British rule on 15 August 1947. This new era was heralded in by a historical speech given by the nation’s first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, at the stroke of midnight. Entitled Tryst with Destiny, this speech is a must-read for both children and adults.
Every year, it is now tradition to hoist the Indian flag on Independence Day and listen to an address to the nation given by India’s current Prime Minister from the Red Fort in the capital, New Delhi. Across the country, people attend flag hoisting ceremonies and social functions in government offices, schools, and community buildings to celebrate Indian Independence Day.
Yet, as the years go by, Independence Day has gradually become a holiday just like any other. Here are a few suggestions to really inspire your children to get into the celebratory spirit.
"At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the...