How Indians celebrate their Independence Day ?

Indians celebrate Independence Day on August 15th each year with patriotic fervor. 

People adorn themselves in the tricolor, wearing saffron, white, and green attire. 

Patriotic songs and national anthems are sung to honor the country's heritage. 

Kite flying is a popular tradition, symbolizing freedom and joy. 

Many homes and buildings are decorated with the tricolor and illuminated at night. 

Speeches, discussions, and debates about the significance of independence take place.

Community service activities, blood donation camps, and social initiatives are organized. 

The day ends with fireworks displays and a renewed sense of unity and pride.