Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Happy Independence Day 2018 Speeches For Students & Teachers In English & Hindi

Happy Independence Day 2018 Speeches For Students & Teachers In English & Hindi

Independence day is the proudest day for the Indians, we celebrate it with arranging different-different events in schools, colleges and colony.
It happens in many when we need a speech to perform on the events happening around us.
Here we have provided a various speech on Independence day of India for the school going kids, students and teachers. Students can actively participate in India’s Independence Day celebration using any of the given Independence day speech.Written for students and teachers use purpose so that they can deliver their best on Indian Independence day.
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Short Independence Day Speech In Hindi
“Jis din hamara Bharat azad hua vo saal tha 1947. Bahut Javano ka isme yougdaan rha tha jinhone is ladai me apni jaan nichawar ker di. Mahatma Gandhi is ladai le leader rhe the jinhone Britishers ke sath ladai ki aur desh ko azad karaya isi liye hum gandhi ji ki photo bhartiye notes per dekhte hai, quki vo ab amer hai. Bhagat Singh aur unke 2 dosto ko Britishers ne faasi per chada diya to is din hame unko bhi shridhanjili deni chaiyain. Is saal hum 70th swanttra diwas manane ja rhe hai to ye hamare liye bahut garv ki baad honi chiayin."

"Na sar jhuka hai kabhi
aur na jhukayenge Kabhi,
jo apne dum pe jiyen sach me zindagi hai wahi.

Long Independence Day Speech In English

Independence day Speech;-  I
Good morning to all my respected teachers, parents and dear friends. Today we have gathered here to celebrate this great national event.
As we all know that Independence day is an auspicious occasion for all of us. India’s Independence Day is the most important day for all the Indian citizens and has been mentioned forever in the history. It is the day when we got freedom from the British rule after many years of hard struggle by the great freedom fighters of India.
We celebrate independence day every year on 15th of August to remember the first day of freedom of India as well as remember all the sacrifices of the great leaders who have sacrificed their lives in getting freedom for India.
India got independence on 15th of August in 1947 from the British rule. After independence, we got our all the fundamental rights in our own Nation, our Motherland. We all should feel proud to be an Indian and admire our fortune that we took birth on the land of an Independent India.
History of slave India reveals everything that how our ancestors and forefathers had worked hard and suffered all the brutal behaviour of Britishers. We cannot imagine by sitting here that how hard the independence was for India from the British rule. It took sacrifices of lives of many freedom fighters and several decades of struggle from 1857 to 1947. An Indian soldier (Mangal Pandey) in the British force had first raised his voice against Britishers for the independence of India.
Later several great freedom fighters had struggled and spent their whole life only for getting freedom. We can never forget the sacrifices of the Bhagat SinghKhudi Ram Bose and Chandra Shekhar Azad who had lost their lives in their early age just for fighting for their country. How can we ignore all the struggles of Netaji and Gandhiji? Gandhiji was a great Indian personality who taught Indians a big lesson of non-violence. He was the one and only who lead India to get free with the help of non-violence. Finally, the result of long years of struggle came in front on 15th of August 1947 when India got freedom.
We are so lucky that our forefathers have given us a land of peace and happiness where we can sleep the whole night without fear and enjoy the whole day in our school or home. Our country is developing very fast in the field of technology, education, sports, finance and various other fields which were almost impossible before freedom. India is one of the countries rich in nuclear power. We are going ahead by actively participating in the sports like Olympics, Commonwealth Games, and Asian games. We have full rights to chose our government and enjoy the largest democracy in the world. Yes, we are free and have complete freedom, however, we should not understand ourselves free of responsibilities towards our country. As being responsible citizens of the country, we should be always ready to handle any emergency condition in our country.

Independence day Speech;-  II

Let me at first wish all a Happy Independence Day.
I am extremely honored to stand before you on this special occasion, the day on which we celebrate India’s Independence Day. This day is to remember our great leaders for their endless resistance against the foreign powers to give us the freedom that we enjoy today.
We should be really proud to be born in this country, a nation which gave birth to charismatic leaders like Mahatma GandhiRabindranath TagoreB R Ambedkar and Subhash Chandra Bose. It’s our duty to pay homage to all those who have laid down their lives to make the country free from foreign dominance.
It was really a struggle for some period for our great leaders to unite and to build a base for the development of the country. We might be thankful to a number of leaders, Mahatma Gandhi for his charismatic leadership, Rabindra Nath Tagore for his patriotic songs, B R Ambedkar for a putting a foundation for our constitution. Added to this mesmeric leadership by Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabai Patel helped a lot to unite our country under on flag.
While we look behind all the way through the fruitful years of attaining independence, it’s very significant to know the roots of our achievements in different fields. Our country had made remarkable progress during the last 6 decades in almost all fields which makes us hold our head high. The esteem effort by millions of Indians during these years makes our country, one of the top developing countries in the world. Even though at present we are not to be called as a developed country, I am sure this credit is not too far for us to attain.
Even in the midst of celebrating our Independence day with pride and honour, many things haunt us. Even to be proud of this vast culture and diversity, sometimes these diversities may be the cause of the imbalance of proper functioning of the country. Unhealthy disputes between states, regional imbalance, and political instability are few internal challenges which have to be tackled on time. The financial and security of the nation which include terrorism and economic crisis makes us think to plan and reinforce monitoring mechanisms to face these challenges.
One the global challenge the world face today is the inhuman acts of the terrorists. Our country also became the victim of several terrorist attacks. But the real intention of these crabby minds proved to be a failure as the people of India stood united to fight against these anti-human activities. The determination of the people to stand hand in hand for the security of the country is a good example of how the citizens keep the ‘we feeling’ in minds.
While going through the early period of freedom struggle, it really creates a nostalgic feeling in our minds the commitment and unity shown by the great men. As those people were so ambitious, we too should have a strong heart and committed mind to fulfill the national goals of our country.
So on this very special occasion, I am forwarding a thought to you. Let us unite together for a common goal, to uphold the values and make our country the best in the world.
"Vande Mataram"

Independence day Speech; III

A very warm good morning to the respected teachers and my dear friends gathered here. Today we are gathered here to celebrate this auspicious occasion of Independence day on 15th of August. We celebrate this day with lots of enthusiasm and joy every year because our country got freedom on this day in 1947 from the British rule. We are here to celebrate the 72nd number of independence day.
It is a great and most significant day for all Indians. People of India had suffered cruel behaviour of Britishers for many years. Today we have freedom in almost all fields such as education, sports, transportation, business, etc just because of the years of struggle of our forefathers. Before 1947, people were not so free even they were restricted to have rights on their own body and mind. They were slaves of Britishers and forced to follow all the orders of them. Today we are free to do anything because of the great Indian leaders who struggled hard for many years to get freedom against British rule.
Independence day is celebrated all over India with much pleasure. This day is of great importance to all Indian citizens as it gives us an opportunity to remember all those freedom fighters who had sacrificed their lives just for giving us a beautiful and peaceful life. Earlier to the independence, people were not allowed to get the education, eat healthy food and live a normal life like us. We should be grateful to those events responsible for the freedom in India. Indians were treated more badly than slaves by the Britishers just to fulfill their meaningless orders.
Some of the great freedom fighters of India are Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Mahatma GandhijiBal Gangadhar TilakLala Lajpat RayBhagat Singh, Khudi Ram Bose and Chandra Sekhar Azad. They were famous patriots who struggled hard for the freedom of India till the end of their life. We cannot imagine that horrible moment struggled with our forefathers. Now, after many years of independence, our country is on the right track of development. Today our country is a well established democratic country all over the world. Gandhiji was a great leader who taught us about the effective way of freedom like ahimsa and satyagraha methods. Gandhi dreamed of an independent India with the non-violence and peace.
India is our mother country and we are its citizens. We should always be ready to save it from the bad people. It is our responsibility to lead our country ahead and make it the best country in the world.

Independence day Speech; IV

A very good morning to the excellencies, respected teachers, and my dear colleagues. We are gathered here to celebrate nth Independence day. I am very happy with the speech here on this great occasion. I am very grateful to my class teacher to give me such a special opportunity to say my views on the independence day of my country. At this special occasion of independence day, I would like to speak on India’s struggle for getting freedom from the British rule.
Long years ago, great Indian leaders were made a tryst with the destiny to give us a free and peaceful country by sacrificing their comfort of life. Today we are gathered here to celebrate independence day without any fear and having the happy face just because of our brave forefathers.
We cannot imagine that how the moment was critical at that time. We have nothing to give our forefathers in return for their precious hard works and sacrifices. We can only remember them and their deeds and make a heartily salute while celebrating the national events. They would always be in our hearts. After the independence, India gets new birth with the happy face of all Indian citizens.
India got independence on 15th of August in 1947 from the clutches of British rule. Indian people all over the country celebrate this national festival annually with lots of joy and enthusiasm. It was a great day for all the Indian citizens when India’s tricolour flag was unfolded by the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, at the Red Fort, Delhi.
A huge celebration takes place in New Delhi at Rajpath every year where the national anthem is sung after the flag hoisting by The Prime Minister. Together with the National Anthem, a salute through 21 guns firing and showering of flowers by helicopter is given to the national flag. Independence day is a national holiday however everyone celebrates this from their own places by hosting the flags in schools, offices or society. We should feel proud to be an Indian and try our best to save the honour of our country.
"Jai Hind. Jai Bharat…"
"Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Bharat Mata Ki Jai…"

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