Interesting things related to India's independence! Who would have never read or heard

August 15 is an unforgettable day for India. On this day, India broke into the chains of medieval and British slavery, ushering in a new era. But there will be very few of you who know about the many memories of India associated with this day. Let us see that interesting fact related to India's independence, about which you were unaware till now.

Pakistan born before India

The last Viceroy of India, Loud Moundventon, was the one who chose the day of independence of India and Pakistan. When Moundventon came to India, he got India and Pakistan undivided. To avoid giving rise to any controversy, the Viceroy granted independence to Pakistan on August 14 and declared Lahore as its capital.

Why 15 August day for India's independence?

It was Lord Mountbatten who personally decided on the 15th of August for the independence of India as he considered this day to be very fortunate for his tenure. There was a special reason behind this. In fact, during the Second World War, on 15 August 1945, the Japanese army surrendered to Britain under his leadership. Mountbatten was the commander of the allied forces at that time.

Apart from this, when Lord Mount Baton was talking about liberating this country, there were many astrologers of this country, Rajiv Bhai has collected a lot of old documents and when Rajiv Bhai was looking at them, many people have been in this country since 1975. All astrologers started making predictions, and all astrologers agreed that freedom should not be taken on the night of August 15, 1949, that day is not good, If you take independence on this day, this country will not be broken into pieces and the same thing happened first, Pakistan and then Bangladesh and even now many states are going to separate the movement like Punjab, Nagaland, Jammu, and Kashmir, etc. Astrology will have its own calculations, this country has the scripture of astrology, there is a science of astrology and a very developed science, and all the great astrologers of that time in this country were saying that on the night of August 15, 1949, do not take liberty, forbade Pandit Nehru, forbade Sardar Patel. But they were so blind in the fascination of power that what the British were saying was accepted.

Trist with destiny 

Jawaharlal Nehru gave the historic speech 'Trist with Destiny' from the Viceroy Lodge on the midnight of 14 August. Nehru did not become Prime Minister then. The whole world heard this speech, but Gandhi went to sleep at nine o'clock that day.

Celebrations without a national anthem

India became independent on August 15 but had no national anthem of its own. Rabindranath Tagore Jan-Gana-mana had written only in 1911, but this national anthem was made only in 1950. This national anthem is also a reflection of India's slavery which you can see in the video below… The song of India is Vande Mataram.

Gandhiji did not attend

Mahatma Gandhi was in Bengal Noakhali, thousands of kilometers away from Delhi on the day of independence, where he was on hunger strike to prevent communal violence between Hindus and Muslims.

The flag was not worn on the Red Fort

The Indian Prime Minister hoists the flag with the Red Fort on every Independence Day. But this did not happen on August 15, 1947. Nehru hoisted the flag from Red Fort on August 16, 1947.

Independence of three countries

Apart from India, 15 August is also Independence Day for three other countries. South Korea was liberated from Japan on August 15, 1945. Bahrain became independent on 15 August 1971 from Britain and Congo on 15 August 1960 from France.

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