India celebrating 75th Independence Day

India is celebrating its 75th Independence day which is themed as ‘75th Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.’

It also reminds every Indian citizen about the dawn of a new beginning of an era of deliverance from the clutches of British colonialism for more than 200 years.

The 75th anniversary of India's Independence will also be observed in Boston, where 32 countries will participate and will feature an airplane carrying a 220-feet US-India flag over the American city

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India did not have an official national anthem at the time of Independence.

A fly-past by a 220 ft-long majestic Indian tricolour, made of Khadi, over the iconic Hudson river and the display of a giant billboard at the Times Square

The Indian diaspora in the UK, estimated over 1.5 million, has been called upon to join the 'Har Ghar Tiranga' campaign this weekend in the lead up to India's Independence Day celebrations on Monday.

Mahatma Gandhi was not present at the celebrations of the country’s first Independence Day

India’s first Prime Minister, hoisted the national flag 17 times from the fortification of the Red Fort on the Independence Day.

 India shares it’s Independence Day with five more countries, Bahrain, North Korea, South Korea, Congo, and Liechtenstein on August 15, but with different years.