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Celebrating 75th year of Freedom

August 11, 2022    7 min read

The Independence Day in 2022 marks India’s 75th year of Independence. Our freedom struggle against British rule is a landmark movement in world history and as a nation we have grown from strength to strength ever since. This year celebrating the Independence milestone, the Government of India has launched the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. The Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, is a forthcoming event that will take place on August 15, 2022, in Delhi for the Independence Day celebration.

On March 12, 2021, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared the "Azaadi ka Amrit Mahotsav" to mark the 75th anniversary of Independence. This Mahotsav is devoted to each and every Indian who has worked and is working hard towards India's advancement. The Indian government has also begun a programme called "Har Ghar Tiranga" in which each home will display the Indian tricolour flag. Government is also making mammoth efforts to ensure distribution of our respected tricolour across homes at a national level to support the same.

Following are the five themes of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

Freedom Struggle

The historical road leading up to 15 August 1947 will be honoured under this theme. Birsa Munda Jayanti (Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas), Netaji's Declaration of the Provisional Government of Free India, Shaheed Diwas, and other events fall under this theme.


This theme focuses on initiatives and activities motivated by beliefs and principles that have shaped us. Participatory activities will help highlight India's distinctive contribution to the globe. These include activities and projects like the Kashi Utsav honoring eminent Hindi authors from the Kashi region, Postcards to the Prime Minister, etc.


This theme reiterated that ideas will only become reality via our combined determination, well-thought-out action plans, and committed efforts. Initiatives like Constitution Day, Good Governance Week, and other events and activities fall under this theme.


This theme emphasizes the actions being done to put policies into effect. It is brought into action by SABKA SAATH, Prime Minister Modi's rallying cry. SABKA VIKAS SABKA PRAYAS, SABKA VISHWAS. It includes pledges from corporations, NGOs, and civil society that help us realize our ideals and work together to build a brighter future. It also includes government policies, initiatives, and action plans.


This theme focuses on recording time's passage and all of our life's significant anniversaries. It is envisioned that it will develop into a public record of our combined accomplishments as a 75-year-old independent nation with a 5000+ year-old legacy. Initiatives like Swarnim Vijay Varsh, a celebration of the victory of 1971, the launch of the Shreshtha Yojana during Mahaparinirvan Diwas, and others fall under this theme's events and programmes.

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