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Tiranga Rally in Gwalior by Cyclists

Independence Day is celebrated by the people of India every year on 15th of August as a National Festival to commemorate the Independence of India from the British Empire rule on 15th of August in 1947. On this day, people of India pay heartily homage to the great leaders/ freedom fighters in the leadership of whom India became free forever. In India, Independence Day is celebrated by the people of all religions, cultures, and traditions with great joy and happiness. People celebrate in their own way such as decorating their places of celebration, raising National Flag, march past, watching favorite movies, dancing in the streets, singing National Anthem, listening patriotic songs or participating in many social activities organized at public places. For experiencing this National event, Tourists across the world visit India to witness the Festival of patriotism.

This Independence Day, I got a chance to participate in Cycle Rally in Gwalior. Tiranga rally held on National Festivals like Republic Day and Independence Day annually where cyclists can participate and show their love and respect to their motherland ‘India’.

It was a cloudy day, We all gathered at Old High Court Square at 6:30 pm. It was a great surprise to see that almost all cyclists were colored in patriotism. The tricolor was visible everywhere in the city. Patriotic songs and slogans like भारत माता की जय “Long live Mother India” and वंदे मातरम “I praise thee, Mother” were boosting up our enthusiasm.

Here are some clicks

Rally begins at Old High Court Square

Town Hall, Maharaj Bada

D.D. Mall Road
Rani Laxmi Bai Memorial Park
Gathering at Bamboo Restaurant

It was 12 km city ride via all main markets and landmarks of the city. It was concluded with a Patriotic speech by guest and National Anthem at the Bamboo Restaurant.


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