What are you doing on this 15th August.

India
August 1, 2009 11:08pm CST
Every indian is proud of his country.We celebrate 15th august,26th january etc with much fire in ourselves.What are you doing this 15th August? Is it really interesting?
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• India
2 Aug 09
actually on 15th august, its my b'day.. n i would like celebrate my b'day by giving salute to all dose people who made efforts to got our india liberated.....
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• India
2 Aug 09
advance happy b'day
• Belgium
7 Aug 09
Great you share your birthday with the birthday of our nation. Very lucky you are.
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• India
14 Aug 09
thanks!!! sujal n vickie
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• India
3 Aug 09
I think the Indian Independence day is abit of a sham. We appear to have got Independence but it's only on a superficial level but we are still very much trapped by the political agendas of the Illuminati and the World Bank. I feel sad that so many people sacrificed their lives for this Independence and that so many Indians (namely our politicians) have deceived and still are deceiving their sincerity. I wish people would take a deeper look into this subject and not be content with such a superficial status.
• India
3 Aug 09
Yaar Be Positive.Of course there are some problems with Indian Politics but we are also progressing in different areas .
• India
4 Aug 09
Bless you....it's not a case of being positive, it's case of being realistic and not naive. It's very easy to be positive and believe what we want to believe or what we are meant to believe. Perhaps you underestimate the Global powers of the world. Please Read the likes of John Pilger. He is one of most renowned investigative journalists in the world. What he reports is the truth, the truth is truth, it's not positive or negative, it's just what it is. I believe in realism and then to be positive in a realistic way by facing facts and empowering ourselves to really do something about it. There's a difference between complacency and positivity. India maybe progressiving materially but day by day she is loosing her ethics and spirituality and becoming a degraded society. Divorce is on the ever increase, substance abuse is on the increase etc etc. Our spirits are no longer being fed with truth and instead we are being given aspirins of tinsel and trash, which don't really hit the mark. Being materially opulent does not mean happiness, take at look at our western countries, are they happy? There you will see the highest participitaion in substance abuse and other wrotten activities. India is also following suit. This is not what I class as true progression. Also the fact remains that she is still governed by the Illuminti and the world bank...so where is this true Independance? We are made to believe it's there on a superficial level....but please probe deeper into world Global politics, especially the facet of the New World Order. we have to know who we are rubbing shoulders with and not be so naive and trusting, surely history and current world events all show us that? Or perhaps it's more comfortable to think everything is going ok? Take care
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• India
4 Aug 09
Celebrating Independance day for me...is to be probing into such issues and digging deeper.
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@yeomanly (153)
• United States
4 Aug 09
I used wake up early on August 15 and January 26. I go to Independence and Republic day celebrations at my society. There will be flag hosting & speech by elderly people followed by games/competitions for children.
• India
4 Aug 09
First of all, You guys are rocking.Can you tell me a bit more about your society,City & competitions.
• India
3 Aug 09
Now a days it has become more of a holiday than a day to celebrate our Independance. We need to bring back the spirit of independance into our youngsters. As for me, I always make it a point to visit the Lalbagh Flower Show here in Bangalore.. The Flower Show is unique in the sense that this is held twice in a year, once in Republic Day and other on Independance Day. Normally, Lalbagh attracts about 1500 people per day, but on this day, it attracts more than 15000 people. I also plan to attend Independance Concert held by some Musical troupe in Chowdaiah Memorial Hall. And, of course, I will be putting up the Tricolour on my Bike and displaying my patriotism with great pride and festive fervour.
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• India
3 Aug 09
Is that flower show really Awesome?
• India
5 Aug 09
You visit it once, you will never ever forget the scenes. The huge variety of exotic flowers displayed will take your breath away. Two eyes are not enough to savour the visual treat. You can visit my videos list in Indyarocks and see the video for yourself. The link is http://indyarocks.com/videos/spectacular-flower-Show-307240. You will love it.
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• India
3 Aug 09
Its every Indian duty to celebrate the Independance day, and I being one, will definetely do, The first thing is I go with my son to his school, where they hoist the national flag, and sing the National Anthem, Singing the National Anthem, brings pride in my life. Then I along with my family go the the lalbagh gardens in my city, where there will a flower show every year. Once in a few year, I take them to the flag hoisting ceremony of the government.
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• India
3 Aug 09
I am really glad to know that you celebrate this day with your son.Hats off to you.
• Belgium
7 Aug 09
Even I would like to go back to my childhood days to see those Tricolor hoisting ceremonies, singing our National Anthem. But sadly this year I won't be able to do this all as I won't be in India that time around :(
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• Belgium
7 Aug 09
Unluckily I won't be in India this time on 15th August. This is the biggest day for us Indians. I still remember during childhood we used to go to school to listen to that speech given by the principal, then some cultural program used to be there. This time there will not be any celebration for me. But I am going to put an Indian flag outside my house in Belgium on this 15th August to celebrate our independence. This is the least I can do.
• India
8 Aug 09
Of course this is the biggest day of year for an Indian. I want to salute every soldier of Independence. KEEP MYLOTING.
• India
3 Aug 09
Hi friend, This 15 august is so special for us as in this year INDIA have reached too many miles stone like in the making of jalpot. And how can we forgot this is the year when we complete a era after kargil win. I am going to salute all the INDIAN army men/women for their amazing work. Enjoy mylotting.
• India
3 Aug 09
Me too & I wish U a very happy INDEPENDENCE Day!!!!!!!
@sarojInc (570)
• India
2 Aug 09
Hi pal happy friendship day. I belong to India and I am going to celebrate 15th august .After all its our Independence day.I'm gonna watch 2-3 movies that day ,see the all India celebrations also. happy mylotting
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• India
2 Aug 09
same to you too.
@coolcat123 (4392)
• India
13 Aug 09
To see the national flag fly makes one proud to be an indian. So i am going to schools for checking out the children of our coming up generation with so much patriotism in them in such a small age. programs such as singing partriotic songs, national anthem, dancing etc makes my day full of colours and love for the small kids doing such hard work for such day making preparations etc. ya, its interesting as many times u will feel the patriotism in yourself, that moment is a real great one.
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