Independence day speech for teachers

Independence day speech for teachers

Happy Independence Day Speech 1

Very warm good morning to the distinguished teachers and my dear friends gathered here. Today we are gathered here to celebrate a significant event – Independence Day on August 15. We celebrate this day with great enthusiasm and joy every year because our country was freed on this day in 1947 from British rule. We are gathered here to celebrate the 10th day of independence.

Independence day speech for teachers
Independence Day is celebrated with pleasure throughout India. This day is of great importance for all citizens of India as it gives us the opportunity to remember all those freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives just to give us a beautiful and peaceful life. Before independence, people were not allowed to receive education, eat healthy food and live normal lives like us. We should be grateful for the events that brought about freedom in India. The British treated the Indians worse than the slaves, simply to carry out their senseless orders. Thanks to the hard struggle of our ancestors, we can now enjoy the freedom and breathe fresh air according to our desire. Obtaining freedom from the British was truly an impossible task for our ancestors with their constant efforts. We can never forget their works and we will always remember them throughout history. We cannot remember all the exploits of all freedom fighters in one day, but we can warmly welcome them. They will always be in our memories and inspire us throughout our lives.

Congratulations on Independence Day 2

Good morning to all my dear teachers, parents and dear friends. We are gathered here today to celebrate this great national event. As we all know, Independence Day is an auspicious occasion for all of us. Indian Independence Day is the most important day for all citizens of India and it will forever be remembered in history. India gained independence on August 15, 1947, from British rule. After gaining independence, we received all the basic rights in our Nation, in our Motherland. We should all be proud to be Indians and admire the fact that we were born in the land of Independent India. The history of slave-owning India reveals how our ancestors and ancestors worked hard and endured all the brutal behaviour of the British. Sitting here, we cannot imagine how difficult India’s independence from British rule was. From 1857 to 1947, it took the sacrifices of the lives of many freedom fighters and decades of struggle.
We are so lucky that our ancestors gave us a land of peace and happiness, where we can sleep all night without fear and enjoy the whole day at school or at home. Our country is developing very rapidly in the field of technology, education, sports, finance and various other areas that were almost impossible before freedom.

Independence day speech for teachers
Some of India’s great freedom fighters are Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Lala Lajpat Rey, Bhagat Singh, Hudi Ram Bose, and Chandra Sekhar Azad. They were famous patriots who fought for the freedom of India for the rest of their lives. We cannot imagine this terrible moment that our ancestors went through. Yes, we are free and have complete freedom, but we should not understand ourselves free from obligations to our country. As responsible citizens of our country, we must always be ready to deal with any emergency in our country.

Happy Independence Day, Speech 3

Good morning, honoured the main guest of the day, dear teachers, parents and my dear friends. I wish everyone a happy Independence Day. We all know the reason for gathering here in such a large crowd. We are all delighted to celebrate this great day in such an excellent way. We are gathered here to celebrate our nation’s independence day. First of all, we raise our honorary national flag, and then we salute all the exploits of the freedom fighters. I am so proud to be a citizen of India. I have such a great opportunity to address all of you on Independence Day. I would like to thank my esteemed homeroom teacher for giving me the opportunity to share with you her views on Indian freedom.

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