Don’t Miss These 5 Tweets Flaunting The 75th Independence Day Celebration In India!!

Mad4India By Ritika Bidawat | 4 min read

75th Independence Day

“Har Ghar Tiranga” initiative was a superhit, Kuddos to all of us. Not a single Indian was left untouched from the thrills of watching the Tiranga proudly unfurling in the sky on the 75th Independence Day. While most homes had the tricolour proudly ruling the sky, Tiranga was seen unfurling in unique ways in various parts of the world.

All 7 continents saw the boastful show of Tiranga on their respective lands and each Indian felt the proud honour of belonging to this great democracy. There were more than 1000 ways the Indian flag was unfurled at different places and some classic tweets made them popular on each screen. So, here we have for you some classic tweets that will make your day even brighter.

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Image Source – Twitter

75th Independence Day- Punjab SP Gurjot Kaler Unfurls The Tricolour On Mount Kilimanjaro

Gurjot Singh Kaler, the superintendent of police in Punjab Police, unfurled the Indian flag on the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, which is the tallest free-standing mountain in the world & the highest mountain in Africa, on Monday to commemorate the nation’s 75th independence day. He dedicated the act to raising awareness of the problems of global warming and climate change. The mountains instil patience, empathy, and respect for nature in us.

The mission’s goal was to raise public awareness of the problems associated with climate change and global warming. The intention was to encourage young people to kick their drug use and advance sports culture. Gurjit Singh focused on Always prioritising the journey over the final destination. He said we must appreciate the environment and conduct responsibly as earthlings on only Earth.

75th Independence Day- It Is A Festival To Us

Anand Mahindra, an industrialist who frequently shares informative, lively and uplifting content on Twitter, provided a touching image of an elderly couple raising the tricolour that will undoubtedly fill you with pride. An old woman is pictured raising the tricolour on a pole while standing atop a metal container in the image. The container is being held by a man who is standing. “Ask these two people if you ever wondered why there is such a fuss about Independence Day. They will clarify it more thoroughly than any lecture could. Mahindra tweeted, “Jai Hind.” 75th independence day of India was celebraeveryd every Indian, this 75th independence day felt like some festival I would say.

75th Independence Day- Up Above The World So High, Like A Diamond In The Sky

The tricolour was being embraced worldwide, not only in India on the nation marking its 75th independence day. On this 75th Independence Day, enthusiasm has spread not only to other countries but also to space.

According to a video posted by Space Kids India, an aerospace organisation dedicated to “developing young scientists for the country,” the tricolour was unfurled “30 km into space” with the aid of a special Nano-Satellite Launch Vehicle (NSLV)-Balloon launch. Each Indian felt inspiring pride upon watching this image. 75the independence day was observed as a day of acknowledgement of the growth India has gained in these years.

75th Independence Day- Tiranga At The Top Of The World

Indians enthusiastically celebrated its 75th independence day. The world’s highest railway bridge, the Chenab in Jammu and Kashmir, has reached its “Golden Joint,” according to a tweet from the Ministry of Railways. Even while the opening of the rail bridge is a national pride moment, the video taken from the bridge after it opens is even more impressive.

The bridge was decorated with Indian flags in recognition of the “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” campaign. In the video that the Ministry of Railway broadcasts, employees could be seen hoisting and waving the flag. The ministry tagged it with, “As the Golden Joint project is now complete, our pride in our country is shining brightly at Chenab Bridge, the highest railway arch bridge in the world. With this, the bridge’s deck is finished.”

75th Independence Day- Ek Selfie Tirange Wali

The Ministry of Culture said that more than 6 crore Tiranga selfies had already been posted on the “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign website. They called it a “stupendous achievement.”
On July 22, 2022, Pm Narendra Modi invited members to attend the Har Ghar Tiranga movement by raising or flying the flag in their houses.
And over five crores of “Tiranga” selfies have already been posted on the “Har Ghar Tiranga” website, according to a statement from the ministry. Be it Instagram, Facebook or Twitter each screen was a graceful hue of Keshariya, white and green.

75th Independence Day- Ruling The Two Worlds

A video of the underwater flag demonstration in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands was posted by the Indian Coast Guard while celebrating the 75th independence day. As part of the “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign, the demo was held. The enthralling view of the Indian flag underwater filled the hearts of Indians with adventure and delight.

The mountain warriors raised the flag at Siachen, the site of the world’s highest battlefield, to mark the occasion of the nation’s birthday, the 75th independence day. How cool the Indian flag looks while we show off our love for it on the white benevolent snow.

For each Indian this 75th independence day was like a celebration, roads painted new, the sky flaunting orange and green, and our hearts filled with pure pride. If you come across any tweet that filled your heart with pride, do let us know at Mad4India!!

If you loved reading this story, you can also read about 10 Indian Sportswomen who made the nation proud in 2021 

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