Raipur: India is going to celebrate the 73rd Independence Day on 15th August and in view of this, preparations for Independence Day are also going on in full swing across the country. Earlier, Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh, has made history. The Tiranga My Life event was held here on Sunday. People from all walks of life participated in the event.
Thousands of children, social institutions and ordinary people have made human chains and waved a 15-kilometer-long tricolor and were raised by about 8,000 people. which is a world record in itself. The tricolor rally was held from Amapara in Raipur to Ravi Shankar University.
8,500 schoolchildren joined
My joy is tricolor, my pride is tricolor, my life is tricolor... The 15-km-long tricolor rally was held at 7 a.m. with this patriotic song, and the schoolchildren, the city dwellers, made a human chain and were seen holding the tricolor flag on both sides. With about 8,500 schoolchildren in the city, the city dwellers will also join.
The 15-km long tricolor yatra is also the longest trip ever. Earlier, a 12 km long Tiranga yatra was taken out in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Before that, the 10 km long journey had set out in Mathura. At the same time, organizers say the 15-km-long tricolor was held by 10,000 people.
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