Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Happy Independence Day 2018 - Why we Celebrate Independence Day on 15 August in India?

 Why we Celebrate Independence Day on 15 August in India ?
 Why we Celebrate Independence Day on 15 August in India?

Why we Celebrate Independence Day on 15 August in India?

Friends we know August 15 is Independence Day, celebrate Happy Independent day and share independence day wishes, cards to each other on August 15 but we do not know that what are the reasons behind it and why we Celebrate Independence Day on 15 August in India. Because Freedom Day in India is celebrated yearly on August 15. It is a national occasion that denotes India's freedom from British rule power. On August 15, 1947, United Kingdom Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act 1947 and therefore exchanged the authoritative power to the Indian Constituent Assembly.

The Ruler Elizabeth II's father King George VI remained the leader of the state until the change of India to a full Republican Constitution was finished. The nation accomplished flexibility following the battle for freedom that was set apart by its peaceful character and helmed by the father of the country Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi known as Mahatma Gandhi.

Before Independence Day India was managed by the British for two centuries. The battle against remote control had its beginnings from as far back as in 1857 when the main development for Independence occurred against the run of the British East India Company. It started as an insurrection by sepoys and the development was later called by different names including – India's First War of Independence, Indian Mutiny, Great Rebellion, and Revolution of 1857. The defiance was unsuccessful and it reached an end soon. in India, the concealment of this battle denoted a formal end of the Mughal empire.

Mahatma Gandhi assumed a major part in helping the nation achieve independence from the British Raj. A progression of across the country individuals' developments of peaceful obstruction and common insubordination was driven by him alongside the pioneers of the Indian National Congress (INC) began in 1920 and it was known as the non-participation development.

Following the finish of the World War II in the year 1946, Prime Minister Clement Attlee in 1947 declared that the British government would allow full self-administration to British India by June 1948 at the most recent.

 India achieved Independence on August 15, 1947, and Jawaharlal Nehru turned into its first Prime Minister. The date of Indian freedom likewise agrees with the segment of the nation, after which British India was isolated into India and Pakistan.

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