Indian Independence Day Messages for Children

Indian Independence Day Messages for Children

Children are the future of a country. They must be told and taught about Independence Day of India which is an important day for every Indian. 15th August is celebrated as Indian Independence Day as it is the day when India got its independence from British Rule after many sacrifices and revolts. On 15th August 2016, we will observe 70th Independence Day and it is surely the day to send best wishes and quotes to children to tell them about the importance of this day. Send greetings and congratulation wishes in English and Hindi on Facebook or Whatsapp to every kid you know.

Browse through the best patriotic messages of all times to wish Happy Independence Day to children around you…

1). Being born in a country of Mahatma Gandhi and Pt. Nehru, feel proud to be born as an Indian. Wishing you a wonderful 70th Happy Independence Day. Celebrate it with great joy. Jai Hind!!

2). Always be proud to be as an Indian, for we belong to the land of diversity, rich culture and history. Always work for the prosperity of our country. Wishing you a very Happy Independence Day.

3). Thousands of people lost their lives and then we got freedom. Always honor and respect the sacrifices of national heroes and soldiers. Warm wishes on Independence Day of India.

4). Look up to Shahid Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose for they were the real heroes who got India freedom. Always aspire to become like these good men. Happy Independence Day to you.

5). Bache desh ka aane wala kal hain…. Desh ko behtar banane ki zimmedari bachpan ki shiksha se shuru hoti hai. Apne desh par hamesha garv karo aur desh se hamesha prem karo. Jai Hind!!

6). Always love and respect your nation as it is our Motherland who has nourished us. Sending warm wishes to you on Indian Independence Day which brought freedom and pride to us.

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