Har Ghar Tiranga celebrated in Jijau city on the 75th Independence Amrit Mahotsav!

This 15th of August has completed 75 years since the independence of our country India. Everyone is gearing up to celebrate 75 years of independence. Independence Day is being celebrated across the country as Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.

After almost 150 years of slavery, India gained independence on the 15th of August, 1947. Since then, the 15th of August has been celebrated as Independence Day.

This year India is celebrating its 75th Independence Day. Against this backdrop, the country is witnessing an atmosphere of great enthusiasm. Independence Day programs have been successfully prepared in many places.

On the occasion of the Amrit Mahotsava of Independence, different programs have been organized in Maharashtra and throughout the country.

In the same way, Mrs. Bhavnadevi Bhagwan Sambare International School in Zadpoli also organized a program on the 15th of August on Amrit Mahotsav of 75th Independence. At seven o’clock, all the students gathered on the school premises. All the teachers, teachers, non-teaching staff, and students were present in beautiful attire.

Mr. Nileshji Bhagwan Sambare, the founder of Jijau Educational and Social Sanstha, hoisted the flag. The Amrit Mahotsav of Independence was celebrated with great fanfare.

On this occasion, the school students wore different types of costumes. All the students of the school performed patriotic songs. National Anthem, Pledge, Flag Anthem, and Group Anthem were presented.

The school’s teachers gave a speech on guidance to all the students. I remembered the freedom fighters who sacrificed for the country. He guided us about what we could do for the country. Tributes were also paid to great men and martyrs.

Many dignitaries, such as Mrs. Bhavna Devi Bhagwan Sambare and Mr Shri. Bhagwan Mahadev Sambare, school students, teachers, the principal, and chief guests were present.