India is the land of festivals. Many religious festivals and national festivals are celebrated here. In your childhood, these festivals must have been celebrated in your schools too.
All these days are very important in the life of a student because these days are celebrated in school. Some of these are national festivals and some are for students and teachers.
Flags are only hoisted at national festivals. But All these festivals are celebrated with great enthusiasm and many functions are also organized.
Today I want to tell you about some such important days which are celebrated with grace through the medium of this article.
1. Independence Day
Since then every year 15 August is celebrated as the anniversary of India’s independence. On this day we pay respect to our national pride and tribute as well as remember those brave freedom fighters, due to which India got independence.
This year India is celebrating its 75th Independence Day. As everyone knows that on 15th August 1947, our country became completely independent from British rule.
Since then we all Indians celebrate this day with great enthusiasm and pride. Every year since independence we celebrate this day as Independence Day.
2. Republic Day
On this day in 1950, the Constitution of India was implemented by removing the Government of India Act. To become an independent republic and establish the rule of law in the country.
The constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 26 November 1949 and came into force on 26 January 1950 with a democratic government system. 26 January is celebrated as Republic Day with great enthusiasm and respect throughout the country.
This is the day when the republic and constitution came into force in India. This is the reason that this day is also associated with the pride and honor of our country.
On this day, many programs are organized across the country and especially in schools and government offices, it is celebrated with great pomp and speech, essay writing, and many cultural programs are also organized in its honor.
3. Gandhi Jayanti
Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated as a national festival in India every year on 2nd October. This day is celebrated to remember the birth of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
It is one of the three national holidays, namely Independence Day and Republic Day, which are celebrated in India. Schools and government offices are closed across the country on this day. It is celebrated in all the states and union territories of India.
It is celebrated as one of the national events of India. It is marked with some important activities like a tribute, prayer service by government officials at Raj Ghat at Gandhi Smarak, New Delhi.
4. Teachers Day
September 5 has been declared as Teacher’s Day in India. Our former President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on 5th September 1888, so because of his love and attachment towards the teaching profession.
Teachers’ Day is celebrated all over India on his birthday. He had great faith in education and was also famous as a scholar, diplomat, teacher, and President of India. Teacher’s Day is a big occasion to celebrate the joy of the relationship between teacher and student.
In today’s days, it is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm by teachers and students in schools, colleges, universities, and educational institutions. Teachers get many congratulations from their students.
5. Children’s day
14 November is the birthday of the first Prime Minister of India, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. It is celebrated as Children’s Day. Because he loved children very much and children used to call him, “Chacha Nehru”.
He was very popular among children. On this day, many cultural programs are organized by the children in schools like songs, music, speeches, dramas, etc.
Essay speech competition is organized in the school college on Children’s Day. Everyone reminds him of his contribution towards nation-building and his love for children.
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