Indian Independence day speeches for 2017 for kids and school and college students
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Indian Independence day speech for kids and school children are given here. If you are looking for simple and easy speech for your kids and students to deliver on Indian Independence day then you can find the small Independence Day speech from here. By heart this simple independence speech to deliver on 71st Indian Independence Day.
India is going to celebrate its 71st Independence day on August 15, 2017. On Independence day, honorable prime minister Narendhra Modi will deliver the independence day message and various programms will be arranged in government and private offices. In schools flag hoisting will be conducted along with many colorful programmes and sweets will be distributed among the students. Independence day speech is the one which can't be avoided in an independence celebrations. So, most of parents and teachers are now in the search for the simple independence day speech for their kids, children, school and college students to deliver on 71st Indian Independence day. With that on mind we are here providing you an simple and easy catching speech for your kids and students to deliver on Independence day. Download the speech and by heart it and present well to get the appreciation from others.
Simple Indian Independence day speech in 2017 for kids and childrenRespected teachers and my dear friends,
Very warm good morning to one and all present here.
Today August 15, 2017 we, Indians are celebrating our 71st year of independence. Long before India was under the rule of British kingdom. Indians have suffered very badly under the British rule. Today we have all the freedom for education, transportation, business and in every field. But before 1947 it was not such case, there was no freedom at all for the people. It's our great Indian leaders who struggled hard to bring us the freedom with the success against British rule and earned independence to India.
This day is well celebrated in the country with much pleasure. The importance of the day is to remember those freedom fighters because of whom today our life has become so beautiful. During the British rule the children/ kids were not allowed to go to school, no independent trading was allowed. All the goods were taken from India and sold at the British markets with huge prices and giving no profits to the Indians. Indians were treated like slaves. The great freedom fighters Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Mahatma Gandhiji, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Lala Lajpath Ray all were the famous patriots who fought for the freedom of India.
Today, if we take the example of Gaza being destroyed by the Israel kingdom, there the people is brutally killed and are very badly treated. Even the children and small kids and even new born babies are killed without humanity. They attack the rescue homes, hospitals, schools etc. Once, we Indians were also in such a stage of harassment. Today we are independent from all such powers. Our India today has a very well established democracy, judiciary in the country. All these were not just obtained but through much hard works and sacrifices made by the Indian army, leaders and the people. The leaders organized many movements against the British and at last succeeded in their aim. Gandhiji, our father of nation is the important and main leader who brought freedom to the country through his ahimsa and sathyagraha methods. Gandhi dreamed a country with non violence, peace in our country.
As Indians our duty towards the mother country is to work for the development of India. Because the India we see today is a result of sacrifice of many great leaders and it has their dreams in it. It is our privilege to make the country best among the nations and to work for its development.
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