India is commemorating the 75th anniversary of its independence, marking yet another milestone in the country’s history.
Today is India’s 75th Independence Day, and the entire country is decked out in the tricolor to commemorate the occasion. The US Embassy in India has also joined in the festivities with a poignant movie dedicated to the aspects of India that US diplomats like. You might end up with a big grin on your face after watching the video.
The commentary that accompanied the video reads, “In honor of India’s 75th #IndependenceDay, our American diplomats express the many things they love about Incredible India.” A diplomat driving an auto rickshaw begins the recording by identifying it as one of her favorite things. The film then goes on to illustrate the ambassadors’ favorite aspects of the country. You can find various things that you may enjoy, ranging from sports to delectable street cuisine.
Take a look at the following video:
In celebration of India’s 75th #IndependenceDay, our American diplomats share the many things they love about #IncredibleIndia🇮🇳. pic.twitter.com/M1TOpj44oD— U.S. Embassy India (@USAndIndia) August 14, 2021
On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the national flag from the Red Fort’s ramparts to commemorate the country’s 75th anniversary of independence. The Centre welcomed 32 Olympic medalists and two officials from the Sports Authority of India (SAI) to the Red Fort for today’s special event. In addition, 40 Olympians, support staff, and officials from the SAI and sports federations have been invited to walk the Gyan Path in front of the ramparts.
- More about the Modi’s speech on the occasion of Independence day
“Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, and now Sabka Prayas are all essential for achieving our ambitions. On the occasion of the Amrit Mahotsav of independence, the 75th Independence Day, best wishes to all of you and those who love India and democracy from all over the world”, said PM Modi.
On the south side of the Red Fort’s ramparts, a special block has been built to honor Corona soldiers such as health workers who played a critical role in the pandemic’s fight.
Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets the Indian contingent that participated in #TokyoOlympics and NCC cadets, who participated in #IndependenceDay2021 celebrations at the Red Fort. pic.twitter.com/cCE4e5PQjE— ANI (@ANI) August 15, 2021
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