Best 5 speech for teachers on independence day

By the way, we all have heard speeches of Prime Minister and political leaders on Independence Day. Along with this, speeches are given on Independence Day in many educational institutions. There are many occasions when we have to give speech on Independence Day, in which not only we have to express our thoughts, but we have to express in such a way that our feelings towards our motherland can be shown.

Speech on Independence Day 2021 (15 August) for Teachers in Hindi

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Respected, Chief Guest, Principal, Vice-Principal, respected teachers and my dear students, warm greetings to all of you!

I, Promila Sharma Higher Secondary School teacher, would like to give a speech on this Independence Day. I am sure that the day of 15th August will hold a special place in the hearts of all of you and that is why we eagerly wait for this day. On this special day we pay homage in the memory of all those great revolutionaries and freedom fighters. Who sacrificed his everything while fighting bravely for the pride of the country during the freedom struggle. India’s Independence Day not only shows our independence from the British, but it also shows the ability and power of our country in which people together achieved the challenging goal like independence.

In these 75 years of independence, India has never looked back, we have always been on the path of progress and the day is not far, when our country will be established as a superpower in the whole world.

It was not even four years since our country got independence, when according to our constitution, our country became stronger by becoming a republic, which is still admired all over the world. Our India is a multicultural and multilingual country, that is why our strength lies in our diversity. Today, our country is at the forefront of everything from agriculture to technology, and there is no doubt that we are constantly getting better.

On the occasion of Independence Day, we not only remember our great freedom fighters but also remember the achievements of our country which encourages us to work better and out of the box. We all are happy to know that today we are one of the five most powerful countries in the world in terms of military power, and the credit goes to those brave soldiers of our country. Those who are not only stationed on the border day and night for our security and the peace system of the country, but are also ready for rescue operations in times of any disaster and crisis.

In the end I would say that no country is the best, every country has some or the other shortcomings. It is also wrong to compare a country with another country because every country is unique in itself and has its own shortcomings and strengths. So let’s take a pledge this Independence Day that we will do everything possible for the progress and progress of our country. However, to show our affection towards our motherland, we do not need to take any big steps because by contributing in schemes like Beti Padhao, Beti Bachao, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and also by using indigenous products and public transport, we can help our country. And can help to make you beautiful and strong.

In the end I would like to say this, our India is great, Jai Hind!

Slogan on Independence Day by Atal Bihari Bajpayee:- “Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan”

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Respected Principal, Vice-Principal, Dear Colleagues and my dear students, Hearty congratulations to all of you!

I am Natasha Sharma – teacher of class 9th, I welcome all of you to this Independence Day celebrations this evening. This day is very important for us Indians because on 15th August we got independence from British rule. After independence, Indian citizens could enjoy all the fundamental rights. It was the beginning of a new era for all those Indians in the chains of slavery, who could once again live their lives as per their wish in a free environment.

It is recorded in the pages of history that how our ancestors had to face countless atrocities by the British and after the sacrifices made by them, we have got this freedom. Even though we may say that we can understand the sufferings endured by them, we cannot imagine their sufferings at all. Due to their efforts, we finally got independence in 1947, before which always war and bloody conflicts were common.

We can say that it was a struggle of decades, which started from 1857 till 1947. Our great revolutionary Mangal Pandey is remembered as the first freedom fighter who first raised his voice against the British, which started a fierce struggle to free India from the chains of slavery.

After which many freedom fighters dedicated their whole life for the freedom of the country. How can we forget the sacrifice of revolutionaries like Chandra Shekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh and Khudi Ram Bose, who laid down their lives for the country at such a young age. Apart from this, how can we forget the sacrifices of Gandhiji and Subhash Chandra Bose. Undoubtedly Gandhiji was a great Indian. Who gave the important message of non-violence to the whole world. Finally, on 15th August 1947, we got the result of such long struggles and our country got independence.

We are very fortunate that we got this freedom as a gift from our ancestors, so that today we can live freely in this peaceful environment without worrying about our rights. Our country is making rapid progress in the fields of science and technology, sports and education, which was not possible before independence. With this, India is moving rapidly towards becoming a nuclear-powered nation. We are also moving ahead by actively participating in Commonwealth, Olympic and Asian Games.

As an Indian citizen now we have the right to choose our government and now we are living our life with full autonomy in the largest democracy of the world. However, we should not consider ourselves free from our responsibilities towards our country and as a responsible citizen we should not shy away from facing calamities for our country in times of need.

So just now I would like permission to end this speech, so let us speak together Jai Hind!

Slogan on Independence Day by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay:- “Vande Matram”

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Respected Chief Guest, Principal, Vice-Principal Dear friends and dear students, warm greetings to all of you and a warm welcome to all of you in today’s Independence Day program.

It is indeed a very happy occasion that this year 75 years of our independence have been completed and I feel very happy to address you all on this occasion today. As an Indian, we feel very proud on the day of 15th August, because on this day our motherland finally got a freedom after years of struggle and sacrifice made by our ancestors. We should never forget the sacrifice made by our ancestors and should always respect this freedom of ours, also we should keep the feeling of patriotism in our heart. Because if we do not do this then it will be an insult to our ancestors and revolutionaries.

Our country has always been prosperous, due to which it was also called gold bird. The British did not attack us directly, but they occupied different parts of our country through their cunning and insidious policies on the pretext of trade. For which they resorted to policies like “divide and rule”. We all know that our country is full of diversity and the British took advantage of this to divide us on all kinds of grounds of religion, caste, class and sect and we Indians could not recognize this cunning behavior of theirs and took advantage of this. Lost a lovely thing.

When this painful and tyrannical behavior of the British crossed all the limits, then many freedom fighters like Chandra Shekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose, Lala Lajpat Rai, Rani Laxmi Bai came forward and facing this situation firmly, the British Be successful in driving us out of our country. Along with this, he also exposed the devious policies of the British, under which he wanted to establish his rule in our country. After many struggles and due to the organized efforts of the people, we were able to achieve independence. Our revolutionaries saw that golden dream in which our country would be completely independent and to fulfill this dream they not only fought but also sacrificed their lives for the motherland.

Our country faced many difficulties during this entire time period. However, once we got independence, we never looked back. Our country is also progressing rapidly in science, technology, agriculture and industry. During this many terrorist attacks and political scams took place in our country. Those who shook the economy and unity of our country, but still our country is progressing with the same enthusiasm and enthusiasm.

So let’s take an oath that we will always try to increase the pride of our country by our works and will never let the sacrifices of our ancestors and great revolutionaries go in vain.

Thank you all, so let’s speak together, my mother India is great!

Slogan on Independence Day by Subhas Chandra Bose:- “Give me blood, I will give you freedom”

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Good morning to all of you and wish you all a very Happy Independence Day!

Students, you all will be surprised that why this program has been organized in our school today on the day of Independence Day, whereas every time this program is organized a day before. So let me tell you that this decision has been taken by the school committee so that this occasion can be made more special. Independence Day is declared as a national holiday in our country and as we all know it is celebrated on 15th August.

On this historic day, our country got independence due to the struggles and sacrifices of our ancestors, so it is an important day for us Indians. Revolutionaries like Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose sacrificed their lives to free our country from the shackles of slavery. So let us remember all those great souls who lived for their motherland instead of living for themselves.

Apart from this, by working sincerely towards our country, by not doing any such thing which will hurt the unity and integrity of our nation and by doing so one can also pay true tribute to our revolutionaries and freedom fighters. Being born in this country and being a citizen of this country, it becomes our duty to bring glory to our country. We are not expected to fight with enthusiasm, but to work in the interest of our country as much as we can, because this is what patriotism is in the true sense.

It does not matter whether a person is a doctor, engineer, teacher or pilot by profession, it is important that whatever work we do, do it with full hard work and honesty. Apart from this, we should serve our motherland with hard work without harming anyone. Due to which the qualities of brotherhood, kindness and truthfulness etc.

A deceitful and wrong-tempered person will not only tarnish the name of his family but the entire nation and our nation has no need for such people. Our country needs people who are hardworking and honest. So students as all of you are the future of this country, so you are expected to walk on such a path and follow the conduct that will never bow down the head of our country.

The land of our country is a very rich land, where people following different types of cultural, religious, social and moral values live. We have been at the top in the field of Ayurveda and Science since ancient times. Due to these qualities, India is very popular as compared to other countries. Our India is also known for its vast cultural, social and geographical diversities.

That’s why we should be proud that we were born in a country like India, which is the world’s largest democracy and a fast developing country. We have achieved success in areas like telecommunications, green revolution, space technology and with this we are now one of the emerging countries in the field of information technology.

I hope that our country will be established as the next superpower in the world in the coming times by making progress in every field in this way. That’s all I wanted to say from my side to all of you.

Thank you!

Slogan on Independence Day by Jawaharlal Nehru:- “Not allowed to rest”

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