Why should we feel proud to be an Indian?

Sarah Parvesh, IIK Young Contributor
Monday, July 29, 2019

We all know that India celebrates Independence Day on August 15 every year with immense joy and happiness. But have you ever thought why we feel proud as Indians?

The main reason is our past. The pages of Indian history are filled with the names of great people who not only helped us get victory from the British, but also made the outsiders aware of this amazing country. India is a mother to so many stunning personalities who made us proud citizens today. We all know about the British invading our land. We fought fearlessly against them and at last got what we wanted. Though those great leaders are not with us anymore, they are still remembered in the hearts of all Indians. They are respected not only by the citizens of India but also by the world.

India is also called as a “Land of Diversity” because of it rich culture and heritage. Every state in India has its own language, culture, food, festival, etc. Also India is filled with various kinds of landforms. To the north we have the Himalayas, and to the south we have the great Indian peninsula surrounded by the sparkling water of the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea.

All Indians are born with pride in their hearts. Many people may not know the past and glory of our country but still they have pride to say that they are Indians. I wish each and every one of you Happy Independence Day and don’t forget to watch the parade on the TV!

Sarah Parvesh
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subhan parvesh
Monday, August 12, 2019
Nice article keep it up Sarah.Happy to see the children of this century with the love to their country.Really we have to be proud to be an Indian,Jai Hind.....

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