The tale of freedom

 

Happy independence Day

Happy independence day to all the Indian citizens. As we celebrate the 74th independence day, here's a poem written by Ayushi Das which talks about all the struggle it took us to finally get the freedom we craved for so long. Check it out! 

"At the crack of dawn,

The strangers arrived on the holy lands,

Started dictating it as if they owned,

The scared ground was grabbed by those hands. 


At first it was all hustle and chaos,

The system seemed to be blown,

The Britishers showed their cruelty,

The crown was overthrown.


Then the uprising started,

Leaders led the wars,

Sick of being dominated and deprived,

We wanted back what was ours.


Tilak, Lajpat Rai and  Shastri,

The extremists ran riots with confidence,

While Gandhi, Nehru and Patel,

Walked on the path of non-violence. 


Bhagat Singh, Azad and Sukhdev never hesitated,

To give their lives for the country,

For the sake of our golden soil,

Bose went on to grab victory.


After several years of struggle and pain,

The Britishers agreed to surrender,

That's how India got it's freedom back,

Caged in the past, but now free to wander." ~ Ayushi Das 


Happy independence Day once again to one and all. Do let us know what you feel about the poem and our struggle to get independence in the comments! 

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  1. Man you're gonna get big someday, loving the constant blogs, keep it up bro.

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    1. Thank you very much for the constant support!

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  2. Beautiful written! Loved the lines. ✌️

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  3. Happy independence day ����
    The way you put down the words bro hits me ��Keeping writing !

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    1. This is by Ayushi Das not me but thanks anyway!

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  4. Excellent...Jai Hind..Nice Writeup Ayushi..

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  5. Beautifully written,
    Happy independence day.

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    1. Thank you very much and happy independence Day!

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  6. Wow. This is so well written. Salute to your gesture. Jai hind

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  7. This poem is so good. Jai Hind :)

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    1. Thank you very much for reading and complimenting this!

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  9. read it late but worth the read bharath matha ki jai <3

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