77th Indian Independence Day 2023
India celebrating their 77th Independence Day on August 15, 2023. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Nation First, Always First”. This theme is in line with the government’s focus on national unity and development. The daybegin with the hoisting of the national flag at the Red Fort in Delhi by the Prime Minister. This followed by a military parade and a cultural program. There will also be flag hoisting ceremonies and cultural programs all over the country.
The 77th Independence Day is a significant milestone for India. It is a time to reflect on the country’s journey since independence and to recommit to the values of freedom, democracy, and equality. It is also a time to celebrate the diversity and unity of the Indian nation.
Here are some of the events that will be held on 77th Indian Independence Day:
- The Prime Minister will hoist the national flag at the Red Fort in Delhi.
- There will be a military parade at Rajpath in New Delhi.
- There will be cultural programs at various places across the country.
- The government will release a commemorative postage stamp and coin.
- There will be special prayers and religious ceremonies in temples, mosques, churches, and gurudwaras.
- People will gather in public places to celebrate the occasion.
Celebrations of Independence Day 2023
Independence Day is a time to celebrate the freedom and unity of India. It is also a time to remember the sacrifices of the freedom fighters who fought for India’s independence.
- Flag hoisting ceremonies: The Prime Minister of India hoists the national flag at the Red Fort in Delhi at the stroke of midnight on August 14-15. This is followed by flag hoisting ceremonies all over the country, in schools, colleges, government offices, and public places.
- Military parades: There is a military parade at Rajpath in New Delhi, which is attended by the President, Prime Minister, and other dignitaries. The parade showcases the might of the Indian Armed Forces.
- Cultural programs: There are cultural programs held at various places across the country, showcasing the rich culture and heritage of India. These programs feature music, dance, and drama.
- Commemorative events: The government releases a commemorative postage stamp and coin on Independence Day. There are also special prayers and religious ceremonies in temples, mosques, churches, and gurudwaras.
- Public gatherings: People gather in public places to celebrate the occasion. They sing patriotic songs, dance, and distribute sweets.