August Kranti Din 2022: Wishes, Quotes, Drawings, Images, Messages, Posters, Slogans: Many small and big movements were made for the independence of India. The park in Mumbai from where this movement started is now known as August Kranti Park. In this movement, Gandhiji gathered the youth of the whole of India to drive the British out of the country by giving the slogan “Do or kill”, after which the whole of India fought together with the British government and the British had to kneel. Gandhi fought the last battle to overthrow British power from India, which was named “August Revolution” or “Quit India Movement”. And to remember that movement, every year on 9 August Kranti Diwas or Quit India Movement Day is celebrated.
If you also want to pay tribute to the revolutionaries on the occasion of Kranti Diwas, then you are at the right place. Here we have brought “August Kranti Din 2022: Wishes, Quotes, Drawings, Images, Messages, Posters, Slogans, to Share on ‘Quit Indian Movement Day” for you. You can use these Wishes, Quotes, Drawings, Images, Messages, Posters, Slogans to pay tribute to the revolutionaries who fought in the August Revolution.
August Kranti Din 2022: Wishes, Quotes, Drawings, Images, Messages, Posters, Slogans
A big salute and humble tributes to the Freedom Fighters and Martyrs of Quit India movement, our Independence Movement. Remembering their patriotism and sacrifice.
Happiness and misery are paper balls. Don’t be afraid of death. Join the nationalist force, be united. Give work to those who are hungry, food to individuals, forget your quarrels — Sardar Vallabhai Patel
On the occasion of 79th August Kranti Diwas, paying our homage to the martyrs of the Quit India movement.
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“We want deeper sincerity of motive, a greater courage in speech and earnestness in action” — Sarojini Naidu
“On Quit India Movement day, let us remember the sacrifices made by our leaders for the sake of Independence.”
Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it — Mahatma Gandhi
“Quit India Movement- the most powerful and popular mass movement with Gandhi’s mantra of Do or Die which inspire every Indian.”