Martyr's Day/Shahid Diwas
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Martyr's Day/Shahid Diwas (शहीद दिवस / शहीद दिवस)
India (our country) is going to celebrate 89th and Martyrdom Day in 2020 this time. Let us know when and how in India we remember this holy date as the true day and take a pledge.
89th Martyrdom Day Celebration
January 30 is also celebrated as Martyr's Day (Gandhi Ji's death anniversary), Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Ji died in 1948, since then that date is celebrated as Martyr's Day.
On 23 March 1931, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar and Shivram Rajguru are observed as Martyr's Day, the anniversary of his death after the death penalty, on this day everyone pays tribute to those martyrs.
October 21 is also celebrated as Police Martyr's Day, also known as the Nationwide Day by the Police Department.
The martyrdom day of Sher Lala Lajpat Rai of Punjab is also celebrated on 17 November.
Shaheed Diwas 2020 Date In India
When is Martyr's Day Shaheed Diwas Date 2020 India?
Many different dates are celebrated in India as Martyrs Day, mainly on 30 January, 14 February, 23 March, 21 October, 17 November, and 19 November | Tell you why Martyr's Day is celebrated on different dates in India?
30 January Martyr's Day
Shaheedi Diwas 30 January:
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On 30 January 1948, when the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi was leaving for an evening prayer meeting at Birla Bhawan in Delhi, then Nathuram Godse shot directly at the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi with a gun, shot. Bapu (Mahatma Gandhi) died from this. Since then, on 30th January every year, we celebrate Bapu's death anniversary as Martyrs Day. Let me tell you that Mahatma Gandhi was the leading leader of the Indian independence movement that spread throughout the country at that time. He played an important role in India's independence, even he had to go to jail many times for the independence of the country. At that time, the funeral of Mahatma Gandhi was the largest funeral procession of independent India. More than a million people were walking together to pay their last farewell to the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and about 1.5 million people were standing in the way and humbly paying tribute to him. Gandhi Ji celebrates Martyr's Day on 30 January as Shaheed Diwas on 30 January to celebrate the death anniversary and pay homage to him.
14 February Martyr's Day 14 February Martyrs Day
14 February Martyrs Day Pulwama Shaheed Diwas:
More than 2500 personnel of Central Reserve Police Force were going to Kashmir in a convoy of 78 vehicles on 14 February in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir. Latomod in the Avantipora area on Jammu and Kashmir highway was ambushed by terrorists already sitting in ambush at around 3:30 pm. 39 CRPF personnel was martyred in this horrific suicide / terrorist attack. In memory of these martyrs and to pay tribute to them (Shaheed Diwas 14 Feb) Pulwama Martyrs Day was celebrated on 14 February 2020, the first Pulwama Martyrs Day.
It has been one year since the terrorist attack in Pulwama on 14 February. Today, on the occasion of the first anniversary of the attack, the country is remembering those 40 soldiers, who sacrificed for the country. Forty soldiers were martyred in this attack, whose martyrdom was avenged by the Indian Army in 12 days.
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"Come on and salute them
In whose part it comes
Happy is the blood
Which serves the country
Jai Hind Jai Shaheed”
23 March Martyr's Day 25 March Martyrs Day
23 March Martyrs Day (शहीद दिवस):
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Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were hanged by the British on 23 March 1931. In the fight for freedom, these heroes who make themselves sacrificed on the altar for the sake of the country, are the ideals of our young generation today. To pay tribute to the martyrdom of these three heroes, on 23 March every year, Martyr's Day is celebrated as 23 March Martyrs Day.
Martyr's Day: Before kissing the hanging noose, Shaheed Bhagat Singh wrote a letter to his countrymen, in which he gave the message.
During the Indian independence movement in the year 1931, revolutionaries Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were hanged by the British on 23 March itself. 23 March is also celebrated as Shahid Diwas.
Bhagat Singh's Last Letter To The Countrymen And The New Energetic Generation:
|Bhagat Singh by Latestly|
Bhagat Singh wrote in his last letter before hanging (Shaheed Bhagat Singh), 'Friends, it is natural that my desire to live is also in me and should be. I do not want to hide it, but I can live on one condition that I do not live in captivity or confinement and remain in slavery. My name has become a symbol of revolution in the history of India. The ideals of the revolutionary parties have raised me very high, so high that I could not rise higher in the event of survival. Mothers of the country will have the hope of Bhagat Singh in the hearts of their children in the face of my laughing and hanging. With this, the number of people who sacrificed for freedom will increase so much that it will be impossible to stop this revolution. Nowadays I am very proud of myself. Now the final exam is much awaited. I wish it gets closer.
Before hanging, Bhagat Singh had also given a message to the country in a loud voice. Raising the slogan of Inquilab Zindabad, he said, I am assuming that you really want this. Now you just stop thinking about yourself, give up the dream of personal comfort, we have to move inch by inch. It requires courage, perseverance and strong determination. Any difficulty will not get you out of your way. Do not let the heartbreak with any betrayal. You will get victory only after going through suffering and sacrifice. These personal victories will become a valuable asset of the revolution, and soon our country will be free.
Police Martyr's Day is observed on 21st October.
21 October Police Martyr's Day:
On 21st October 1959, a team of Central Police Force in Ladakh sacrificed their lives while protecting the motherland. Since that time, every year on 21 October, Police Martyrdom Day is celebrated in memory of those late warriors and they pay tribute to the solar of their hearts.
17 November Martyr's Day:
|Lala Lajpat Rai by Happy Quotes|
Lala Lajpat Rai was a great freedom fighter and leader during the independence of India. He died when the British died of sticks. Lala Lajpat Rai Krantikari (popularly known as the Lion of Punjab), is celebrated on 17 November as Martyr's Day. On November 17, Martyr's Day is celebrated mainly by Odisha to pay tribute to them.
Why celebrate Martyr's Day? Why Martyrs Day is observed:
Martyr's Day is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm every year in India to remember and pay tribute to India's freedom fighters and immortal martyrs. That is, to protect the country or to pay tribute to the brave martyrs who were martyred on their motherland, we all celebrate Martyr's Day. So that the love and enthusiasm of the country remain in the younger generation of the country and remember their ancestors who sacrificed their lives to save the pride and glory of the country. And understand the importance of life struggle of brave sons who sacrificed for the country.
How to celebrate Martyr's Day? Martyr's Day How is Martyr's Day celebrated?
How Martyr's Day is Celebrated:
On Martyr's Day, by organizing programs in all schools, colleges, and institutes, we explain the importance of Martyr's Day. On Martyr's Day, mainly on 30 January every year, the President, Vice President, Prime Minister, Defense Minister and the Chiefs of the three Services pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at the Samadhi of Delhi Raj Ghat. At the same time, army personnel pays their weapons to pay tribute to them. Since that time, every year on 21 October, Police Martyrdom Day is celebrated in the memory of those late warriors and they pay tribute to the solar of their hearts.
Martyr's Day Slogan
“Martyrs of martyrs will be planted in the fair every year, this will be the remaining sign of those who died on their motherland. Salute to the martyrs of the country.”
“Sir Faroshi's desire is now in our hearts, to see how much force there is in the murderer. Salute to the martyrs of the country. "
“All those fighting against him were found in the mud, brave soldiers who stand on the outskirts to protect the country.”
“We cannot forget our freedom, we can cut off our heads but we cannot bow our heads. Salute to the martyrs of the country.”
“Today hundreds of birds started appearing in the sky, the martyrs have shown them the way to fly freely. Salute to the martyrs of the country.”