Independence Day is an annual observance celebrated every year on 15th of August. India’s Independence Day is a day of great significance for the people of India. At this day India got freedom from the British rule after long years of slavery. It has been declared as the National and Gazetted Holiday all across the India in order to independently commemorate the independence of country from British Empire on 15th of August in 1947.

It was not so easy for the India to get freedom from the Britishers however; various great people and freedom fighters of India made it a truth. They had sacrificed their lives in attaining the freedom for their future generations without worrying about their comfort, rest and freedom. They planned and acted upon various Independence Movements including violent and nonviolent resistance to get complete freedom. However, later independence Pakistan was partitioned from India which was accompanied by violent riots. That horrible riot was the reason of mass casualties and dislocation of people (more than 15 million) from their homes.

At this day, all the national, states and local government’s offices, banks, post offices, markets, stores, businesses, organizations, etc become closed. However, public transport is totally unaffected. It is celebrated in the capital of India with big enthusiasm however it is also celebrated in all the schools, colleges and other educational institutions by the students and teachers including public community and society.

15 AUGUST 2018

Independence Day of India will be celebrated by the people all over the India on 15th of August 2018, at Wednesday. This year in 2018, India is celebrating its 72nd Independence Day to pay tribute and remember all the freedom fighters who had contributed a lot and fought for the Independence of India.

The first Independence Day was celebrated in India on 15th of August in 1947.


It is Plastic Ban by all Means.

 As per the Media,

The State Government of Uttar Pradesh has banned the production and use of Polythene bags of 50 microns from 15th July 2018, followed by a ban of all the plastic or thermocol products such as cups, glasses or plates etc with effect from 15th August 2018. Even all the disposable polybags will be completely banned for usage with effect from 2nd October 2018 on event of Gandhi Jayanti.

It is a good initiative on this year’s Independence Day by the State Government towards protecting our environment and cleaning our Rivers and water bodies. Lately the State Government of Uttar Pradesh has realized the perils of plastic usage and the damage that it causes to the environment and health of humans and animals. Along with being a hazard to the Environment such waste is consumed by stray Cows and other felines posing a hazard to their health and life. Anyone found using such non degradable plastic material is liable to be fined or penalized with imprisonment.