Whether you’re an Indian patriot or just curious about this ancient tradition, Har Ghar Tiranga is a celebration of nationalism and Indian national pride. The campaign aims to encourage people to display the national flag in their homes or offices and raise public awareness of the Indian National Flag. Since the first hoisting of the flag, poets have written paeans in its praise, citing the sacrifices of countless Indians and the hopes of the fledgling nation.
Success of the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign – I Love My India
The success of the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign was in part due to the fact that the government worked with various ministries to make the campaign a success. These governments have played a key role in ensuring the supply of more than 200 million flags to citizens. They have also made sure that they are made available to every citizen. The flags are now available online for anyone to buy. This is a powerful symbol that will evoke pride among the Indian public.
The song that accompanies the anthem features several prominent Bollywood stars, government ministers, athletes, and singers. Actors include Tiger Shroff, Anushka Sharma, Akshay Kumar, and Prabhas. It also features Amitabh Bachchan, MC Mary Kom, Mithala Raj, and Anupam Kher. The song was sung by the legendary Indian singer Sonu Nigam.
As part of the celebrations of Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also launched ‘Har Ghar Tiranga‘, a campaign to encourage people to raise the national flag at home. The campaign is part of an initiative called the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’. It aims to raise national flag awareness and inspire people to celebrate the nation’s independence every day.
Har Ghar Tiranga – 15 August 2022
The campaign has gained momentum and a public information campaign should be rolled out to promote awareness about the importance of flags. The Modi government should reconsider the recent amendments and reconsider after 15 August 2022. The government must also consider the creation of facilities for disposing of flags and make sure that individuals do not fly flags day and night. Furthermore, the recent amendments should only be a one-time measure. Any attempt to extend them beyond that time would be imprudent and blind to the realities of contemporary India.
In addition to the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign, people across India are tweeting about the campaign. Many people are participating in the campaign and posting their pictures online. Use the hashtag #HarGharTiranga to join the conversation on social media and show your national pride to your friends and family. The hashtag is becoming an increasingly popular way to promote the campaign. It’s also possible to use the hashtag #HarGharTiranga in your profile picture.