GIIS Hadapsar students celebrate Har Ghar Tiranga campaign to mark 75 years of Independence
Pune : As part of the government’s Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav initiative on the platinum jubilee celebrations of India’s Independence, GIIS Hadapsar students came together to mark 75 years of the country’s Independence.
As part of the celebrations, kids made Tiranga in their Art and Craft Class and carried it home so that every GIISian home should have Tiranga. The celebration included various activities that allowed students to celebrate and express themselves visually.
Students donned costumes and spoke a few lines representing different states of the country. Students did the “Freedom Walk” where they dressed up as Freedom Fighters or The National Symbols of our Country. They narrated two famous quotes of the freedom fighter and mentioned the importance of national symbols.
Besides this; painting competition, debate on India’s achievement after Independence in 1947 and poster making activity on 75 years of Independence were conducted during the day.
On the occasion Rajiv Bansal, Director-Operations, GIIS India said that “the Tiranga campaign envisages making the relationship with the national flag a more personal one rather than just keeping it formal. The initiative will generate awareness among the children about the contribution and sacrifices made by freedom fighters of the state and the country and will instill patriotism amongst kids”
The Modi-led government’s call for the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign to encourage people to bring the Indian tricolour home and hoist it to mark 75 years of the country’s independence. People across the country have taken part in the campaign with full fervour.