Independence Day Project At Lucknow

Published by WPC Official Blog on Oct'23,2018

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Independence Day Project At Lucknow

WPC Official Blog
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National Flag Hoisting

India's Independence Day on August 15th especially recalls and show respect for sacrifices of thousands of martyrs who laid down their lives in the freedom fight and the end of British rule in 1947.

 The day is a national holiday in India and celebrated all over the country.

 

On this day we pay homage to all those persons who fought for the independence and we hoist national flag bring to remembrance and respect on the eve of Independence Day every year. And then sung a National Anthem in honor of warriors who fought for independence from British colonial rules.

 

Indian Flag Representations

The game of kite flying which symbolizes Independence Day because kites fly in the sky freely no other will snatch their freedom which is related to our freedoms.

Saffron Colour

Saffron color which represents courage and selflessness of the nation. It is also indicated renunciation and release from the guilt of the ego of the people belong to different religion and unites to become one. 

White Colour

The white color which represents the honesty, purity, and peace of the nation. It is also indicated light, the path of true guide to our conduct.

Green Colour

The green color which represents our relation to soil, our relation to the plant life here on which all other life depends.

 

The Wheel in the Center of the Flag (Ashoka Chakra)

The Ashoka Wheel in the center of the white is the wheel of the law of dharmachakra and represented with 24 spokes. The wheel represents the quality of being dynamic of a peaceful change.

It symbolizing Gandhi's goal of making Indians self-reliant by fabricating their own clothing.

Navy blue color, of the Ashok Chakra, represents the color of sky and ocean, the universal truth.

 

 I remember, when we were youngsters, we sang this proud song about the tricolor, which I want to translate here –

Our flag, may thou fly high,

How beautiful you are, how dearly loved how unique.

The saffron teaches us to sacrifice, the white teaches us the truth, the green is a continuous flow of peace,

Our flag, may thou fly high.

 

 

The Independence Day Rally

Most of the important roads are decorated with flags and fabrics. On August 15th, you’ll find tricolor flags and buntings everywhere, while buildings of national importance are illuminated.

This consists of various wings of Armed Forces Contingent who participate in rallies.

 

 

WHAT IS SPECIAL ON 72ND INDIA'S INDEPENDENCE DAY 2018

It is Plastic Ban definitely.

According to the Media,

The State Government of Uttar Pradesh has restricted the production and utilization of Polythene packs of 50 microns from fifteenth July 2018, slowly boycott of all the plastic or thermocol items, for example, mugs, glasses or plates etc. Because it harms due to it causes to the earth and strength of people and creatures.

 

National Holiday Celebrations

Streets of Lucknow and homes are decorated with saffron, white, and green, the colors of the Indian flag. Freedom fighter sacrificed their lives so as a result, we are enjoying being citizens of a free, sovereign nation.

 

A man who stick tricolor balloons in his bicycle and tricolor headband which represents his nationhood to our country.

Unique folk dances performed by children every year.

A woman sells flag at the front of Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow.

 

It is a time for reflection, to look at the present, to plan for the future and the future bright.

On this day, children of the home take a little banner in their grasp and go outside by saying "Jai Hind", "Jai Jawan or Jai Kisan".

On this day, government workplaces, structures, and so on get to make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorative details with the electric lights, blooms and other enhancing things.

Shopping Malls Embellished on the eve of Independence day in Lucknow

Cinepolis mall decoration of entrance gate in the shape of a semi-circle in daylight.

Decoration in the form of chandelier tricolor in the Cinepolis.

It represents a tribute to India; its unity in diversity and rich cultural heritage.

 

Stories are light. Light is precious in a world so dark. Begin at the beginning. Tell Gregory a story. Make some light.

Wave mall at Lucknow at night.

The decoration of Trigger shop with the tricolor in Wave mall.

Decorating India map with the help of ribbon in tricolor in Wave mall. 

Decorating India map with the help of ribbon in tricolor in Wave mall.

Chandelier view in Wave mall decorating with tricolor.

On the eve of Independence Day, Lucknow city celebrated in the night by decorating with tricolor lights in the whole city

Kishan Bhavan in Lucknow

View of High Court with tricolor in Lucknow.

The High Court in Lucknow. 

All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Asama Kumari for WPC project 15th Aug Celebrations Photo Essay


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National Flag Hoisting

India's Independence Day on August 15th especially recalls and show respect for sacrifices of thousands of martyrs who laid down their lives in the freedom fight and the end of British rule in 1947.

 The day is a national holiday in India and celebrated all over the country.

 

On this day we pay homage to all those persons who fought for the independence and we hoist national flag bring to remembrance and respect on the eve of Independence Day every year. And then sung a National Anthem in honor of warriors who fought for independence from British colonial rules.

 

Indian Flag Representations

The game of kite flying which symbolizes Independence Day because kites fly in the sky freely no other will snatch their freedom which is related to our freedoms.

Saffron Colour

Saffron color which represents courage and selflessness of the nation. It is also indicated renunciation and release from the guilt of the ego of the people belong to different religion and unites to become one. 

White Colour

The white color which represents the honesty, purity, and peace of the nation. It is also indicated light, the path of true guide to our conduct.

Green Colour

The green color which represents our relation to soil, our relation to the plant life here on which all other life depends.

 

The Wheel in the Center of the Flag (Ashoka Chakra)

The Ashoka Wheel in the center of the white is the wheel of the law of dharmachakra and represented with 24 spokes. The wheel represents the quality of being dynamic of a peaceful change.

It symbolizing Gandhi's goal of making Indians self-reliant by fabricating their own clothing.

Navy blue color, of the Ashok Chakra, represents the color of sky and ocean, the universal truth.

 

 I remember, when we were youngsters, we sang this proud song about the tricolor, which I want to translate here –

Our flag, may thou fly high,

How beautiful you are, how dearly loved how unique.

The saffron teaches us to sacrifice, the white teaches us the truth, the green is a continuous flow of peace,

Our flag, may thou fly high.

 

 

The Independence Day Rally

Most of the important roads are decorated with flags and fabrics. On August 15th, you’ll find tricolor flags and buntings everywhere, while buildings of national importance are illuminated.

This consists of various wings of Armed Forces Contingent who participate in rallies.

 

 

WHAT IS SPECIAL ON 72ND INDIA'S INDEPENDENCE DAY 2018

It is Plastic Ban definitely.

According to the Media,

The State Government of Uttar Pradesh has restricted the production and utilization of Polythene packs of 50 microns from fifteenth July 2018, slowly boycott of all the plastic or thermocol items, for example, mugs, glasses or plates etc. Because it harms due to it causes to the earth and strength of people and creatures.

 

National Holiday Celebrations

Streets of Lucknow and homes are decorated with saffron, white, and green, the colors of the Indian flag. Freedom fighter sacrificed their lives so as a result, we are enjoying being citizens of a free, sovereign nation.

 

A man who stick tricolor balloons in his bicycle and tricolor headband which represents his nationhood to our country.

Unique folk dances performed by children every year.

A woman sells flag at the front of Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow.

 

It is a time for reflection, to look at the present, to plan for the future and the future bright.

On this day, children of the home take a little banner in their grasp and go outside by saying "Jai Hind", "Jai Jawan or Jai Kisan".

On this day, government workplaces, structures, and so on get to make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorative details with the electric lights, blooms and other enhancing things.

Shopping Malls Embellished on the eve of Independence day in Lucknow

Cinepolis mall decoration of entrance gate in the shape of a semi-circle in daylight.

Decoration in the form of chandelier tricolor in the Cinepolis.

It represents a tribute to India; its unity in diversity and rich cultural heritage.

 

Stories are light. Light is precious in a world so dark. Begin at the beginning. Tell Gregory a story. Make some light.

Wave mall at Lucknow at night.

The decoration of Trigger shop with the tricolor in Wave mall.

Decorating India map with the help of ribbon in tricolor in Wave mall. 

Decorating India map with the help of ribbon in tricolor in Wave mall.

Chandelier view in Wave mall decorating with tricolor.

On the eve of Independence Day, Lucknow city celebrated in the night by decorating with tricolor lights in the whole city

Kishan Bhavan in Lucknow

View of High Court with tricolor in Lucknow.

The High Court in Lucknow. 

All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Asama Kumari for WPC project 15th Aug Celebrations Photo Essay