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Independence Day: India saw the first morning of independent India on 15 August 1947, know the complete history of this date in the world

Independence Day: India saw the first morning of independent India on 15 August 1947, know the complete history of this date in the world


Independence Day 2022: A lot happened on 15th August in the country and the world. India got independence on 15th August in the year 1947. Last year on August 15, the US army left Afghanistan.


August 15 History: After the long slavery of the British, India finally breathed free air on 15 August 1947 and saw the free morning sun. However, there was also the redness of the wounds of Partition in this sun. The freedom gained after the partition gave happiness as well as the pain of riots and communal violence. August 15 of the year 1947 is recorded in the history of the Indian Postal Service for a special reason. In fact, in 1972, on the same day of August 15, 'Postal Index Number' i.e. Pin Code was implemented. Having a separate pin code for each area made the movement of mail easier.



Apart from this, on August 15, 2021, after the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, Taliban fighters took control of the capital Kabul and with this the whole country was captured by the Taliban. After this President Ashraf Ghani left Afghanistan.


Other major events recorded on the 15th of August in the history of the country and the world


After the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, on 15 August 2021, Taliban fighters took control of the capital Kabul and with this the whole country was captured by the Taliban. After this President Ashraf Ghani left Afghanistan.


1854: The East India Railway ran the first passenger train from Calcutta (now Kolkata) to Hooghly, although it officially began operations in 1855.

1866: Liechtenstein was liberated from German rule.

1872: Birth of the Indian philosopher Sri Aurobindo.

1886: The great saint and thinker of India, Guru Ramkrishna Paramhans alias Gadadhar Chatterjee, died.

1945: Both South Korea and North Korea became independent.

1947: India got independence from British rule.

1947: Establishment of Defense Gallantry Awards – Param Vir Chakra, Maha Vir Chakra and Vir Chakra.

1975: Military Revolution in Bangladesh.

1950: In India, 20 to 30 thousand people died due to an earthquake of magnitude 8.6.

1960: Congo was liberated from French slavery.

1971: Bahrain became independent from British rule.

1972: Postal Index Number (PIN) code was introduced.

1982: National program of color broadcasting and TV launched nationwide.

1990: Successful launch of Akash surface-to-air missile.

2007: More than 500 people are killed in an 8.0-magnitude earthquake in the central coastal region of the South American country of Peru.

2021: Taliban capture Afghanistan. President Ashraf Ghani left the country.

2021: Haiti earthquake kills 724 people.


The reason for celebrating Independence Day on August 15, know the answer to every question


Independence Day 2022: Today the 75th anniversary of independence was celebrated. In such a situation, it is important for us to know some important information related to our Independence Day. These questions must be in your mind.


On August 15, the country is going to celebrate its 75th Independence Day. Amrit Mahotsav is also being organized by the government on this occasion. The 'Har Ghar Tiranga' campaign is also to celebrate this festival of the country. In such a situation, when we are going to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the independence of the country, then it is important for us to know some very important information related to our Independence Day.


Why is Independence Day celebrated on 15th August?


August 15 is the day when we got freedom from the British. Mountbatten was the last British Governor-General of India. After many years and months of struggle, hardship and non-violence campaigns during the independence movement, the British Parliament finally gave the mandate to Lord Mountbatten to transfer power by 30 June 1948. But Mountbatten pushed the date forward and set 15 August 1947 as the date of transfer of power.


Which other countries celebrate their Independence Day on 15th August?


Both North Korea and South Korea celebrate Independence Day on 15 August. On this day both the countries were freed from the slavery of Japan. In 1945, American and Soviet forces together ended Japan's occupation of Korea. After this, in 1948, Korea was divided into North Korea and South Korea.


what day was 15 august 1947


On 15 August 1947, when the country was celebrating its first Independence Day, it was a Friday. All the astrologers across the country also considered this day auspicious in terms of planetary constellations.


How many states were there in India at the time of independence


India became independent in 1947. India had 17 states at the time of independence. After independence, the Government of India had set up the States Reorganization Commission to organize the 'states' of the British Raj days on the basis of language.



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