The Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is an incredible effort by the Indian government to acknowledge and honour the country’s 75 years of independence in addition to the glorious past of its people, culture, and success stories. It is dedicated to the Indian people who, in addition to playing a significant role in advancing India along its evolutionary path, also possess the strength and capacity to realise the vision of a fully realised India 2.0, powered by the spirit of Atmanirbhar bharat. The 75-week countdown to our 75th anniversary of independence began on March 12, 2021, and the formal Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav trip began on that date. It will conclude on August 15, 2023, one year after it began.
The Mahotsav represents the nation’s reawakening, the festival of realising the dream of good governance, and the festival of peace and progress on a global scale.
The Mahotsav is being celebrated with the vision of developed India by 2047. The five pillars of the Mahotsav are the fight for independence, the ideas of 75 years, the accomplishments of 75 years, the acts of 75 years, and the resolutions of 75 years. The purpose of these pillars is to educate the next generation about the history and struggle for freedom.
An essential component of the Mahotsav is national participation. People are supporting this worthwhile cause in a variety of ways. People are participating in demonstrations, contests, donations, etc. Additionally, individuals are showing their skills and making an effort to benefit the country. To aid in the growth of the country, numerous paintings, dance performances, poems, speeches, songs, and even sculptures are given.
Our land suffered for 200 years under British colonial rule, but our spirit to fight through difficult periods never faded. Like a phoenix, India rose from its dark past to hold a prominent place in the world at present. It is the land where Vedas & Upanishads were scripted. The greatness, identity, wealth, experience, and knowledge of India are incomparable to any other country.