Under the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi, school children made a human chain in Vadodara

07 Aug, 2022

The Amrit Mahotsav of Independence was celebrated in a school in Vadodara, Gujarat where school children made a human chain. Somewhere people are being introduced to the freedom movement by making a map of India with a human chain, somewhere rallies and Prabhatferi are being organised. For the Independence Day program to be held from 11th to 17th August, the district administration has started raising awareness.

Children made a map of India with a human chain

In the English Medium Model Primary School, Musa I of Gaur Vikas Khand, children made a map of India from a human chain and raised deafening slogans filled with patriotism. Headmaster Ramsajan Yadav said that the country has got independence due to great difficulties. 

To achieve this goal, the laps of many mothers were deserted, the marriages of many women were ruined. Some became orphans and some were left childless. Every Indian knows the price of the freedom he got after paying such a heavy price, so he is proud of the freedom of the country.

Teachers and parents organised Prabhat Pheris

Teachers, students, parents took out Prabhat pheri in the Composite School Parsajgir of Basti Sadar Vikas Khand. Prabhatferi reached the school via Bhaupur, Katra Khurd, Manjharia. Slogans of Bharat Mata Ki Jai were raised. Principal Dr. Shiv Prasad introduced the history of the freedom movement.

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