Happy 75th Indian Independence Day

India is a vast country with dozens of languages and dialects, and many cultures too!

But Independence Day, 15th of August, is celebrated with the same fervour across the country.

Streets are festooned with buntings and flags. School children wear white uniforms and wave Indian flags, annual prizes are handed out at schools and ofcourse there are sweets for everyone. The national anthem is sung with vigor and pride!

The Prime Minister hoists the flag at The Red Fort in New Delhi – floats from every state parade down the wide boulevards.

Today, on India’s 75th Independence day, we start a whole year of celebrations. We at StoryHour are truly delighted to share our latest audiobook “A Brief History Of Indian Independence – From The Mughals To The Mahatma”, written and narrated by two teenagers- Aarush from India and Ayur from London.

We hope you enjoy listening to our audiobook as much as they enjoyed narrating it!

Please listen, review and share!

Wishing all Indians and the Indian diaspora across the world a “Happy 75th Independence Day”.

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