Happy Independence Day 2020: Messages, Quotes, Images, Facebook & Whatsapp status.
Independence Day, celebrated on August 15 every year marks the day India secured her freedom from the British rule, 200 years after being suppressed and oppressed by the British invaders. This year, India will be marking 74th year of independence.
- “This Independence Day let’s take a pledge to protect the peace and unity of our great nation. Happy Independence Day!”
- “Remembering our past is extremely important. But we also have to think about building our future. Let’s do everything to keep our freedom and carry it through the years. Happy Independence Day!
- “”Never allow the evening of independence,the sacrifice of martyrs will not be discredited.Till which even one drop of blood remains India will not allow the mother’s auctions to be auctioned.Happy Independence Day”
- “Freedom doesn’t see colours or shapes. There is enough hate and violence in the world, and now we need to build a better future, full of love, unity and understanding. Here’s to a wonderful Independence Day!”
- “We are blessed to have a right to speak and to be heard. A right several brave souls fought for. Let’s take a moment to think of their sacrifice and what they had to pay for the freedom we enjoy.”
- ‘As our flag flies free in the wind today, please take a moment to savour truly what freedom is; and at what cost it came. Happy Independence Day.”
- “On this glorious Day, take time out to be reflective of how truly precious this gift is. Always remember the sweat and sacrifice made by our heroes who have made this day a reality. Happy Independence Day.”
- lot of people laid their lives to make this country better. We should respect that and not do anything that will drag the name of the country into the mud. It is our collective responsibility to make this country better than the previous years. Happy Independence Day!”
- “Satyameva Jayate” – Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya
- “Khoon se khelenge Holi gar Vatan mushkil main hai” – Ashfaqullah Khan“Karo ya Maro” – Mahatma Gandhi.