After a long struggle and many more heroic sacrifices by brave and relentless Indians, India finally achieved its independence on 15th August 1947. Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri and many other Indians played pivotal roles for obtaining independence from the British that ruled the nation for several decades. Many other individuals like Bhagat Singh, Rani Laxmi Bai, Chandrasekhar Azad, etc. struggled throughout their lives and even died for their country’s independence.
On this day, the Prime Minister gives a speech at the Red Fort and hoists the Indian flag. This day is also marked with the National Parade that is a vital part of this day.
India has a rich history of the freedom struggle that lasted for many years before finally gaining independence in 1947. India followed the path of non-violence and civil disobedience under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi and Indian National Congress and showed the world that there is no better way than non-violence to achieve independence in a dignified manner.
Independence Day is one amongst the three national holidays that are celebrated in India with great vigor and zeal. The other two are Republic Day which is celebrated on 26th January and Gandhi Jayanti which falls on 2nd October. An interesting fact is that in the pre-independence era, 26th January was decided to be celebrated as Indian Independence Day but since India was granted freedom on 15th August it was later chosen to be celebrated as the Republic Day of India.
On this day, cultural programs, parades and flag-hoisting ceremonies are carried out in all the government and non-government institutions throughout the country. People pin up Indian Flag shaped badges on their clothes, cars and wrists and few people even distribute sweets and chocolates amongst children. The day is filled with patriotic speeches, skits, and awards in schools and other institutions. Even the TV channels air movies and programs that spread the message of patriotism and unity.
Independence Day imbibes feelings that encourage national unity and respect towards the country. The day also promotes peace and harmony amongst all the citizens. Lungiwala has introduced a special scheme to salute the national heroes and help Indians propagate the message of nationalism and secularism. Give away the brand new collection of White and cotton lungis on this day as an honor to the national and local heroes.
Lungis are a traditional gift option and are often distributed amongst dignitaries and VIPs. Lungiwala is offering beautifully designed and varied patterned lungis to make this day a more special occasion for all the Indians. You have over 100 designs to choose from, all with different colors, style, and pattern. Lungiwala has focused special attention to this occasion of Independence Day by introducing relatively styled lungis.
White Lungi, Batik Lungi, Colorful patterned Lungi or Checks Lungi, you can select any lungi based on your choice and even gift-wrap them and present it to your special ones. Lungis not only add a traditional flavor to your style but also makeup as a great utility gift. Lungiwala’s high-quality lungis are made of special fabrics that are unique and not easily available. You can also avail a discount of Rs.15/- on your purchase by employing the promo code FREE70 which is an exclusive Independence Day offer.