Independence Day, Republic Day, and Gandhi Jayanthi are the three national holidays. In 1947, India’s two-hundred-year colonisation by the British came to an end on August 15, marking the end of the British Empire’s two-hundred-year colonisation of the country. Due to its rich mix of distinct cultures, ethnic origins, languages, religious beliefs, diversified history, and various customs in various states, India is known as the country of festivals.
In India, three national festivals are observed. Independence Day, Republic Day, and Gandhi Jayanti are the three national holidays. People in India celebrate national festivals with the same fervour as they do regional religious holidays. On all three occasions, the residents of the country are showered with patriotism.