Most of the countries in the past had been colonized by more powerful countries. But, in today's time, all countries are independent. Each country has its own independence day and the citizens of each country rejoice and commemorate the day in their unique ways. Special celebrations are held in all nations on their day of independence. It is indeed an exciting festive bonanza to witness the culture of a country when it celebrates its independence in which the whole nation is engulfed in merrymaking despite the differences of caste, creed and religion.
123independenceday makes an attempt to unravel the stories of the past and brings forth the glorious moments of various countries, their struggles, and the difficulties faced by the freedom fighters in the past. While going through the independence day of a country on our site, you can procure information regarding demographics, places to visit, economy, art & culture and much more. We, at 123indpendenceday, make our readers aware of a country's journey towards its developments and struggle for freedom. We also present the independence regalia of the countries which include their national flags, symbols, and national anthems. 123indpendenceday aims to enrich your knowledge and enlighten you by providing a glimpse of the independence journey of a country.
We may call ourselves global citizens today; however we are still inadequately informed about other countries. While travel or books may bring about acquired knowledge about customs, traditions or culinary preferences, we rarely get to know the story behind a country's independence movement apart from a few glimpses in its architecture.
This basic aspect is a key influencer to a country's culture and is reflected highly in its people and its day-to-day life. It is indeed exciting to know about a country's glorious moments, its independence struggle and its war heroes who fought and earned this for their people.
123independenceday is an attempt to unravel the stories set in the past, which will bring you closer to the independence movement of many great countries across the globe. While this may be a reading adventure it would also open a whole new world for you. 123independence day also provides information about demographics, places to visit, economy, art& culture and much more.
The most integral part of this unique podium is to make its readers well aware about many aspects of a country's independence regalia that include its national heroes, national anthem, national flag and national symbols.
So hop on an exciting new journey, that will not only enrich you with knowledge on one hand but will also make you squeal with elation at the same time.
|Independence Day of various Countries|
|India||Iran||Ghana||Kenya||Macedonia||Malaysia||New Zealand||Nigeria||North Korea||Norway|
|Pakistan||Peru||Russia||Saudi Arabia||Srilanka||South Africa||South Korea||USA||Zimbabwe|
|Western Samoa||January 1|
|Ceylon/Sri Lanka||February 4|
|New Zealand||February 6|
|Saint Lucia||February 22|
|Dominican Republic||February 27|
|Sierra Leone||April 27|
|The Netherlands||April 30|
|Republic of Congo||June 30|
|United States of America||July 4|
|Sao Tome and Principe||July 12|
|South Korea||July 17|
|Maldive Islands||July 26|
|Upper Volta||August 5|
|Jamaica||First Monday in August|
|Ivory Coast||August 7|
|Republic of Congo||August 15|
|Trinidad and Tobago||August 31|
|San Marino||September 3|
|North Korea||September 9|
|Costa Rica||September 15|
|El Salvador||September 15|
|Papua New Guinea||September 16|
|Saudi Arabia||September 23|
|People's Republic of China||October 1|
|Republic of China/Taiwan||October 10|
|South Vietnam||October 26|
|St Vincent and Grenadines||October 27|
|Soviet Union||November 7|
|Saudi Arabia||November 12|
|Southern Yemen||November 29|
|Central African Republic||December 1|
|Upper Volta||December 11|
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