10 Lines on Independence Day for Students

10 Lines on Independence Day – Independence Day celebrations in our country are celebrated as a festival, not just any day. Every year since 15 August 1947, this day is celebrated with pomp all over India. This festival is a festival celebrated together by forgetting the differences of all. On this day people celebrate their independence and wish for the progress and development of the country.

10 Lines on Independence Day for Students Set-1

1) Independence Day celebrations in the country are mainly celebrated at the Red Fort.

2) All Indians salute the tricolor in the honor of the country.

3) Flag hoisting is done all over India in honor of freedom and martyrs.

4) On this occasion people sing the national anthem and national anthem.

5) The whole country seems to be decorated with tricolor and tricolor lights.

6) People celebrate the festival by wearing tricolor clothes.

7) Rich and poor all celebrate this festival with great enthusiasm.

8) The festival of Independence Day is celebrated by people of all religions together.

9) Patriotic songs and films are broadcast on TV channels throughout the day.

10) Everyone celebrates freedom in their own way.

10 Lines on Independence Day for Students Set-2

1) On this day the Prime Minister hoists the flag at the Red Fort in the capital Delhi, in which thousands of people participate.

2) On this day the Prime Minister addresses the country from the Red Fort and informs the people about the achievements of the country.

3) It is one of the biggest festivals of Indian democracy, which Indians celebrate with full respect.

4) In all the states, cities, villages and towns of India people hoist the flag and pay homage to the martyrs.

5) Not only in India, millions of people all over the world become a part of this flag hoisting ceremony and enjoy it.

6) The loud sounds of the national anthem coming from the streets, offices and school-college institutions are heard throughout the day.

7) Competitions based on freedom of drama, essay, story, poetry etc. are organized in schools and colleges.

8) Small children celebrate this occasion with great joy by holding tricolor in their hands, wearing a tricolor cap.

9) These festivals celebrate the sacrifices and sacrifices of countless revolutionaries who gave us freedom.

10) People go for a walk, eat good food and enjoy the occasion by flying kites.

The British ruled our country of India for almost 200 years. In these 200 years, many times battles were fought by the brave revolutionaries and many movements were made. In which many brave martyrs were martyred. After struggling for many years, we finally got freedom on 15 August 1947. The occasion which we all Indians celebrate every year as Independence Day with respect.


1. What is the independence of the country?

India became independent on 15 August 1947, which was the most special day for India. But, the day of August 15 is also special in the pages of history and many important events in the world have happened on this day. Many important events have happened in the history of the world on 15th August. On 15 August 1947, India achieved independence after many years of slavery.

2. What is freedom in life?

Freedom is understood as the ability to either act or change without any hindrance or to possess the power and resources to accomplish one’s objectives.

3. At what time is the flag hoisted on 15th August?

According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, the time of hoisting of Independence Day has been declared. There will be a flag hoisting ceremony before PM Narendra Modi’s speech at 7.30 am.

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