Wednesday, August 17, 2011

[Mcm2Ada] India and Pakistan celebrate their Independence Day

Two independent countries emerged at the same time, at midnight, August 15, 1947. Nevertheless, the Independence Day of Pakistan celebrated on the 14th of August, and India on August 15, because in 1947 the transfer of power ceremony was held in Pakistan on the day before, to the last British viceroy Lord Mountbatten of Burma, was able to take part in celebrations ceremonies in both Pakistan and India.

(25 photos)

1. Maj. Gen. Mohammad Mian Pakistani army Hilal Hussein treats sweets Deputy Inspector General of the Indian Border Security Service Sandzhiva Bhanota at Wagah border post, in honor of Independence Day celebrations.

2. Children in traditional costumes during the celebration of Independence Day of India in Bangalore.

3. Indian school children lined up to form a national flag during the celebration of Independence Day of India in New Delhi.

4. A man with his face painted in the colors of the national flag of Pakistan, during the celebration of Independence Day at Wagah border post on the outskirts of Lahore. Pakistan gained independence from Britain in 1947.

5. Marsh Special police units from the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh during the celebration of Independence Day of India in Secunderabad.

6. Performance of the team riders "Tornado" during the celebration of Independence Day of India in Bangalore.

7. Military motorcycle stunt during celebrations of Independence Day of India in Bangalore.

8. A Pakistani boy inflates the green and white balloons (the colors of the national flag of Pakistan) around the parliament building in Islamabad.

9. Pupils staged, reproducing one of the events of the struggle for independence during the celebration of Independence Day of India in Bangalore.

10. Indian students in traditional costumes took part in the celebration of Independence Day of India in Bangalore.

11. Children with the national flag in Karachi during celebrations of Independence Day of Pakistan.

12. The boy on the background of portraits of national heroes in Calcutta.

13. The dancers in masks perform a traditional dance during the celebration of Independence Day of India in Guwahati, north-eastern part of the country.

14. The girl hid her face in the national flag during a ceremony celebrating the Independence Day of Pakistan in Quetta.

15. Division of Police of Jammu and Kashmir is on the bagpipes during the celebration of Independence Day of India Bakshi Stadium in Srinagar.

16. A girl with a flag on the Pakistani side of Wagah border post.

17. A boy from an ethnic group Sonoval Cachar stands during the celebration of Independence Day of India in Guwahati

18. Pakistani (in black) and Indian soldiers shake hands during a ceremony at the Wagah border post, in honor of Independence Day celebrations.

19. Female military unit marching at the mausoleum of Pakistan founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

20. Statement of Pakistani students during a solemn flag-raising ceremony in honor of Independence Day celebrations in Islamabad.

21. Indian border guard opens the gate to the Indian side of the border post Suchategarh.

22. Border Guard soldiers take part in the celebration of Independence Day of India at Agartala, capital of north-eastern Indian state of Tripura.

23. Indian students in the pouring rain listen to the speech of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi.

24. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh concludes his address to the nation in New Delhi.

25. Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani during the national anthem and flag raising in honor of Independence Day celebrations in Islamabad.

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