A Good speech by a expert on 15 August: 77th anniversary of India’s independence
Ladies and Gentlemen,
We are here today to commemorate the 77th anniversary of India’s independence, a significant milestone in the history of our great country. We honor the brave people who persistently fought for freedom for India and made sacrifices on this auspicious day. It is our responsibility to defend the values that those giants upheld because we stand on their shoulders.
When we look back on our history since 1947, it’s amazing to see how far we’ve come as a country. We have surmounted many obstacles, made major strides, and established ourselves as a global force to be reckoned with. Our nation’s unwavering spirit is demonstrated by the scientific breakthroughs, economic expansion, and cultural contributions we have made to the global community.
But even as we honor our successes, we also need to address the urgent problems that still need to be solved. A vision of inclusivity, development, and sustainability is necessary for the future. With intelligence and cooperation, we must address problems like social injustice, climate change, and technological advancement. We must make sure that everyone benefits from our success, leaving no one behind.
Our most effective tool is still education. It promotes individual empowerment, eliminates illiteracy, and fuels the expansion of our country. The development of young minds into future leaders, scientists, artists, and innovators requires investment in education at all levels. The foundation of a powerful and affluent India is education.
Our rich diversity in terms of culture, languages, and traditions gives us strength. They improve our society and distinguish us from other nations. Let’s not overlook the value of commemorating and conserving our rich past while upholding the principles of diversity and unity.
We must be vigilant in defending our democratic values in this world that is changing so quickly. Let’s defend the ideals of fairness, equality, and freedom. Let’s respect our rights and carry out our responsibilities as civic duty-bearers. We must have productive conversations while honoring opposing viewpoints and promoting an environment of respect and tolerance.
Let’s not just remember the past on this Independence Day, but also look to the future, where India grows, where each person prospers, and where our country sets the standard for creativity, compassion, and development.
Let’s keep in mind the words of Mahatma Gandhi as we move forward: “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Each of us has a part to play in determining the course of our country.
May the tricolor of our national flag, which represents the spirit of harmony, fortitude, and hope that distinguishes our wonderful nation, continue to fly high.
Happy Independence Day, everyone, and may God continue to bless our dear India.