India…A country full of diversions, history, colors, and lot many things. But it took a lot of efforts to become an independent nation. To make our generation free and independent, lots of trials, tribulations, tears, blood, etc. are feeded as an input. Yeah! There are some cases that make us ashamed of being an Indian. But there are some of the amazing experiences that will make you feel proud to be an Indian.
Wagah Border Ceremony
Feel more energetic at Wagah Border in Punjab.
Watch Indian flag flying high at NMMC headquarters.
Enjoy the beauty of this garden.
Mangal Pandey Garden
Visit the place where it actually started.
Republic Day Parade
A magnificient parade…Republic Day parade.
Know more about ISRO and its achievements.
Pay homage to Gandhi Ji.
Chandra Shekhar Azad Park
A place where man become a martyr…Chandra Shekhar Azad Park.
Learn more about British atrocities at Cellular Jail in Andaman and Nicobar.
Watch a match in Eden Gardens and cheer for team India.
Visit Gandhi Smriti, the hallowed grounds where Gandhi was shot.
Gaze this monument at night…Such an amazing experience.
Read Anandamath written by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay and get an inspiration to fight for the freedom.
Maa Tujhe Salaam wali feel
Put on your headphones and listen to Maa Tujhe Salaam…You will surely have goosebumps.
Watch Border and you will know the struggles of freedom fighters and soldiers.
Jhansi Ki Rani
Visit Jhansi and feel the struggles Rani Laxmi Bai had gone through.
Read about freedom struggles and salute the freedom fighters.
Changing of the Guards
Watch the changing of guards at Rashtrapati Bhawan.
Visit KKGSS in Karnataka, a place where Indian flags were made.
Stand at the spot from where Dandi March was started by Gandhi Ji and bring on some enthusiasm and patriotism.
1st Independence Day Speech at India Gate
Relive the feeling of 1st Independence Day at Red Fort.
India Gate at Late Night
Amazing feeling. Visit India Gate at night.
Feel proud to be Indian. Share some of the amazing experiences which make you feel proud to be Indian.