Write 10 Lines on Independence Day

Independence Day is a day to celebrate and remember the historic days where India got freedom from British rule. This day is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country.

10 sentences on Independence Day for kids (set #1)

  1. Independence Day is celebrated on the 4th of July in the United States.
  2. It is a special day to remember when America gained freedom from British rule.
  3. On this day in 1776, the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the founding fathers.
  4. People celebrate with parades, fireworks, and family gatherings all across the country.
  5. Red, white, and blue colors represent the American flag and are often seen in decorations.
  6. People often enjoy picnics and barbecues with friends and family on this day.
  7. Many cities have big fireworks displays to light up the night sky in celebration.
  8. During the day, people may attend patriotic events and listen to speeches about America’s history.
  9. Independence Day is also a time to honor the brave people who fought for America’s freedom.
  10. It is an important day to cherish our freedom and remember the sacrifices made for it.

10 lines on Independence Day (set #2)

  1. Independence Day is a day for the celebration of our freedom and rights.
  2. Independence day is an annual event celebrated every year on the 15th of August.
  3. This day we remember the sacrifices of our great freedom fighters.
  4. We hoist the national flag on this day.
  5. Every state and Union Territory celebrates it with much enthusiasm and enjoyment.
  6. The Army, Navy, and Airforce comprise the parade.
  7. Children participate in the celebration in various cultural programs in schools and colleges.
  8. On independence day the president of the country addresses the nation.
  9. We pay tributes to martyrs on this day.
  10. The first prime minister of independent India was Jawaharlal Nehru.
  11. The first president of independent India was Dr. Rajendra Prasad.
  12. It is also declared a national holiday.

So, this is 10 points on Independence Day in an easy-to-understand way.


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