GUWAHATI CELEBRATES 75 YEARS OF INDIAN INDEPENDENCE

GUWAHATI CELEBRATES 75 YEARS OF INDIAN INDEPENDENCE

The grand celebration of Indian independence is a moment of pride for
all of us. Independence day or 15 August reminds us of the time when
the people of India fought for their motherland and wanted to see it
free. As India has completed 75 years of independence, our country is
celebrating the 'Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav' to mark the special day with
campaigns like 'Har Ghar Tiranga' to awaken the patriotism among the
citizen of the nation.
Guwahati, the hub of Assam, celebrates the 'Amrit Mahotsav' on the
occasion of the 76th Independence day. Tricolor hues illuminated the
city, as a part of the decoration done on the eve of 15 August. Many
offices, malls, or even houses have lightened up with tricolor. On 15
August the tricolor flag can be seen on every houses.
Chief Minister of Assam, Dr. Himanta Bishwa Sharma took to his Twitter
to wish every citizen 75 years of Indian independence. He tweets, "My
heartiest greeting to the citizen on #IndependenceDay2022. As we
celebrate the spirit of Indianess and #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav, i take this
opportunity to salute the valour of those who got us our Independence.
I also rejoice the great strides we've made in last 75 years.
The CM also paid tribute to the freedom heroes of Indian independence
at Sharadhanjali kanan. The CM also hoisted the Indian National Flag at
the field of vaterinary college in Khanapara, Guwahati. Addressing the
crowd at khanapara, he announced that the Assam government would
provide grants for the development of educational institutions. It will
also provide the benefit of Ayushman Bharat to the BPL card holder.
Various educational institution have celebrated 76th Indian
Independence Day across Guwahati. The 15 August program commence
with the unfurling the Indian Tricolor flag followed by chanting Indian
National Anthem. Student have performed cultural program with
patriotic theme and conducted parade performance.
Indian's premiere educational institutions, The Indian Institute of
Technology Guwahati, also celebrated the special day with full
enthusiasm and spirit of patriotism.
Meanwhile, 76th independence Day was also celebrated at Darandha 2
no. Masjid in sixmile, Guwahati, by the people of Darandha. They
hosted the Indian national flag for the first time since independence.
Today, the city of Guwahati is united under the feeling of oneness. The
entire city has turned into a celebratory atmosphere in a way where
people and their feelings of patriotism grew stronger. The people of
Guwahati wholeheartedly celebrated Independence day with full spirit.

TBSNews Image/Guwahati-Ganeshguri flyover

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