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Wednesday, 15 August 2012

True Independence...




Every year we define a new definition of independence on the same day. .  We discuss about the problems in our nation, we compare our nations with others. We build thinking in ourselves, that nothing is going to happen our nation is run by old people that’s why it is turning old is the reason we give. But I don’t understand why do we forget about the real heroes??
The heroes who fought with the opposite circumstances and proved themselves a real child of India…..no..no…no..I am not narrating the same old story once again. But I am talking about the heroes of present India. For us every Independence Day is a day on which we talk about previous heroes that they have fought for us and bought this freedom 65 years ago.

I want to talk about young heroes, who crossed the barriers, who fought with everyone for their dreams, and today they are in front of us to make us proud. In a nation where cricket is a fever, where no one thinks anything else then cricket, where sports means cricket. They struggled a lot but it doesn’t matter. They deserve to be called as real child of India. Hope it is clear now from my description…yes I’m talking about the six medals we won in London Olympics.



They have given us a reason to think once again. They went beyond their limits and today they are a reason to feel proud about. Without having facilities, and knowing the fact that they live in a nation where cricket is the only sport people play. They went ahead and proved their caliber. I heartily congratulate them and the whole nation for their success.

Only the need is to change our thinking. I’m happy to see people welcoming them at Delhi airport in a similar way our cricketers are welcomed after a victory. The problem is not that we don’t have caliber in ourselves, but the problem is that we don’t identify that caliber.Happy to see the changing nation, with lots and lots of achievements. Hope we will win again, hope we will prove again, and most importantly I hope that we will celebrate again together with processions and rallies for the real heroes of India.


A very HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY to all my viewers and follower and respected citizens of my Country.
JAI HIND…JAI BHARAT..!!!

~NOOPUR~ 

10 comments:

  1. Nice post. In India, cricket is not a fever. It is a religion. We will congratulate our 6 medal winners. How come USA which is almost ¼ of the Indian population bagged 104 medals (46 gold, 29 silver, 29 bronze)? There is something wrong here. Either in training or politics. We need to fix it.

    Happy Independence Day.

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  2. nice yr...bt think twice americans celebrate their 235th independence day in july,,,,,
    guys one day we r on top...not only in olympics bt in ol sports toooo:)
    happy independence day:)

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  3. HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY .... :)

    JAI HIND .... JAI BHARAT .... !!!!

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  4. nice post ...i too blv they are the real heroes n even despite der difficulties they r facing for livelihood they kept der spirit up n proved to the govt dat dey r nvr less den d cricketers !now its a high time for d govt to come frwd n provide them btr facilities so dat dey can more b focus on der goal n practice hard 4 d Gold medal next time! :) :) n at last ,salute to all d real heroes our soldiers who actually fight day n n8 (24*7) to saveguard us!! JAI HIND!!! :)

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  5. They are real hero of our nations...
    & Nice one..

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  6. कल 17/08/2012 को आपकी यह बेहतरीन पोस्ट http://nayi-purani-halchal.blogspot.in पर लिंक की जा रही हैं.आपके सुझावों का स्वागत है .
    धन्यवाद!

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  7. Very positive thinking... congratulations to the real heros of our country...
    Happy Independence Day.

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  8. The most difficult part is to change our thinking. :)
    Sabyasachi

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  9. nice post with positive thinking :)

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