Staff of the Japanese Embassy in India perform the Indian National Anthem

New Delhi: The Japanese Embassy in India presents a vocal and instrumental rendition of the National Anthem of India on India’s Independence Day. Japanese Embassy staff members performed the anthem, well dressed in traditional Indian attire, holding the Indian national flag high and wearing beautiful tricolor dupattas.

In this momentous year, India will celebrate the 76th anniversary of its independence, which also marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and India.

Embassy staff members perform in a group in front of the Peepal tree, a representation of friendship between Japan and India which is itself awash in tiranga passion. The magnificent tree is revered.

Tribute from Australia

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese wished India its 75th anniversary of independence and hailed its achievements. Wishing all who mark India’s Independence Day a wonderful celebration, Albanese said in a statement: “All Australians applaud India’s successes and the many achievements that define this great country and its people. . We also give thanks for the contribution of our Indo-Australian community to our society, our culture, our country and the bonds between our nations.

“The emergence of the largest democracy in the world and the achievements of independent India have been remarkable,” Albanese added in the statement.

“On the first Independence Day in 1947, when Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru called on his people to join in the adventure of his newfound independence with confidence, the world could not have imagined how India would respond at his call,” said the Australian Prime Minister.

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Nepal Indian Independence Day Wishes

Nepalese Foreign Minister, Narayan Khadka also wished India the achievement of 75 years of independence and extended his greetings and congratulations to Foreign Minister, S Jaishankar on the happy occasion. “Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. Dr. Narayan Khadka sends warm greetings and congratulations to EAM @DrSJaishankar on the happy occasion of India’s 76th Independence Day,” Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweeted. India and Nepal have a multifaceted and multisectoral development partnership that reflects the closeness of the peoples of the two countries.

The praise of US President Joe Biden

The United States and India are indispensable partners, President Joe Biden said and recalled Mahatma Gandhi’s “enduring message of truth and non-violence” to honor 75 years of India’s democratic journey.

This year, the United States and India also mark the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations, Biden said, stressing that the two democracies will continue to stand together to uphold the rules-based order, advance an Indo-Pacific free and open and meet the challenges that the world is facing.

“As people around the world, including nearly four million (40 lakh) proud Indian-Americans, mark the 75th anniversary of India’s independence on August 15, the United States stands with the people of India to honor his democratic journey, guided by the perseverance of Mahatma Gandhi. message of truth and nonviolence,” Biden said in a statement.

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“This year we also celebrate the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between our great democracies. India and the United States are indispensable partners, and the US-India strategic partnership is based on our shared commitment to the rule of law and the promotion of human freedom and dignity,” he said. declared.

He said the partnership between the two nations is further strengthened by the deep ties between their peoples. “The vibrant Indo-American community in the United States has made us a more innovative, inclusive and stronger nation,” Biden said.