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Independence Day Odia Wallpapers.  From the day we enter our school “The temple of Learning “ , we were  taught about the Great nation in which we were born our motherland , whose name itself speaks about its rich unique culture & heritage “INDIA”.

Since we started learning alphabets we were told taught by our teachers, parents to respect our national flag, national song, our national anthem, national emblem. But with time when we grow up, how much we feel responsibility being a citizen being a son of mother India to take care of all those things.

How much respect we give to the Pledge we speak every day during our schooling. Being born in this God’s own land, how much we take care of its rich culture heritage.

“Desh Mere Desh Mere Meri Jaan hai tu,

Desh Mere Desh Mere Meri Jaan hai tu”

Our Pledge

India is my country and all Indians are my brothers and sisters.

I love my country and I am proud of its rich and varied heritage.

I shall always strive to be worthy of it.

I shall give my parents, teachers and all elders respect and treat everyone with courtesy.

To my country and my people, I pledge my devotion. In their well being and prosperity alone, lies my happiness.

 On this auspicious occasion of Independence Day, being an Indian I wish my beloved friends & Pride Indians a very Happy Independence Day & requests to take care of culture & rich heritage.

Thank  U. Jai Hind.

a True Indian

OdiaLive Team wishes all Proud Indians a very  Happy Independence Day .

“Ei desa Ei mati mamata mai mati , Sebare tara jibana daba rakhiba tara naa aa ti “


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