✊Famous Slogans by Indian Freedom Fighters✊
Inqilab Zindabad, ‘Do or die’ and Dilli Chalo are some famous slogans given by our freedom fighters to encourage our general public to fight against the cruel British rulers. On the occasion of 74th Independence Day, read these inspirational and powerful slogans.
India got freedom from British rule on August 15, 1947. But there are many sons of mother India had sacrificed their lives to get this freedom. There are many slogans were thrown by our freedom fighters to awake our citizens. Some famous slogans are mentioned in this article. Let’s have a look at some energetic slogans of the Indian freedom movement.
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The journey of India towards freedom was a rigorous one. It got independence from the British government on 15th August 1947. Celebrating independence and recalling the various martyred personalities, this day embarks upon every Indian, a sense of pride to be born in a country like India.
The Indian independence movement was led by several people from nooks and corner of the nation. They had sacrificed their blood and soul for the freedom of their nation. There are a lot of freedom fighters in India who has done commendable struggle against the British Government.
The quotes and slogans are important for UPSC IAS Prelims and Mains examination. aspirants can quote the slogans wherever needed. This will make your answers more attractive and fetch good marks.
Here we bring you the great inspiring slogans by our freedom fighters and leaders who sincerely sacrificed and dedicated their lives to our country.
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Note: The slogan of ‘Quit India’ was proposed to Mahatma Gandhi in 1942, however it was coined by Yusuf Meherally (Socialist Congress Leader)
It’s India’s 73rd Independence Day. It’s a day of patriotism, a day we remember the struggle of lakhs and thousands to rid the country of British tyranny. Since the first revolution of 1857, India’s freedom fighters took it upon themselves to inspire others to participate in the fight for independence, a responsibility that gave rise to a number of slogans that evoke in us a strong sense of patriotism even today.