Delhi To Kenya: Inspiring Tiranga Images

We’d asked you to send us your pictures about how you will celebrate the Tiranga this 75th Independence Day.

Dibyendu Roy sent us this heart warming picture of grandfather D K Roy hoisting the Tiranga along with granddaughter Debanjana Roy at their terrace in New Delhi.

 

‘Proud to hoist the Indian flag at the summit of Kilimanjaro last month along with my friends Biju from Bangalore and Riaz from Palakkad,’ says Manoj Chakko, who hails from Thrissur. ‘Though we were from different faiths, we are proud to be Indians first,’ adds Chakko who currently resides in Muscat.

 

“My grandchildren have come from Abu Dhabi. It is their first Independence Day in India,” says Rekha Bhartiya from Jaipur. “They are very much enthusiastic about Independence Day and hoisting of Tiranga.”

 

“We have hoisted the Tricolour in our school premises — Gems n Pearls Preschool as a part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, Har Ghar Tiranga,” says Rajesh Andy Kunjunny. The preschool is located at the Green Fields society in Rudra Colony, Ajmera Udyam Nagar, Maharashtra.

 

Thane resident Sharad Joshi gets nostalgic remembering the Independence Day celebrations from his childhood: ‘August aate hi mujhe bachpan ki yaad aa jaati hai. School ka wo 15th August celebration, jab school mein cultural programmes hua karte the.
Aur usse bhi zyaada yaad aati hai
school mein milne waale laddoo. Wo mithaaiyaan barfi, samosa wagairah wagairah….
Haan maana ab hum bade ho gaye hain par mithaaiyaan to ab bhi utni pasand hai, aur Independence Day abhi bhi itna hi khaas hai.
Jab desh mana raha hai azadi ka 75 mahotsav, Joshi Sweets bhi 35 saalo se ghol rahe hai apne Tirange ki mithaas, apne Tirange sweet range ke sath!”
Let’s Celebrate Har Ghar Tiranga…Har Ghar Mithas!
Bharat Mata ki Jai!

  • Rediff Special: Har Ghar Tiranga

Dear readers, how will you celebrate your Tiranga this 75th Independence Day?

Will you unfurl it outside your window? Or raise it on your terrace? Will you choose to wear it on your person?

Please share your pride in the Tiranga with the world. Mail your picture, with you and the National Flag, to [email protected] (Subjectline: My Tiranga), along with your NAME and the place where you LIVE.

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