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Telly Celebs suggest places to visit on Independence day!

India still lives in villages, patriotic song, folk dance,flag hoisting and happiness on faces of Children’s and adults will make your day memorable. On the occasion of India’s 70th Independence Day here is the list of places telly celebs suggest one can visit during the holiday to celebrate the free spirit of India.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee: The Red Fort is the best place to celebrate India’s Independence Day with so many attractions such as Dance,parade and flag hoisting.

Shubhangi Atre: India Gate,the patriotic monument of India where the Amar Jawan Jyoti(the flame of the immortal soldier) is burning as a shrine of Indian Soldier’s.

Suyyash Rai: Amritsar massacre or Jallianwala Bagh Massacre was an unforgettable tragedy of Indian history,located in the Indian city of Amritsar.

Manish Goplani: The Azad park also known as Company Garden is the place where freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad sacrificed his life during the Indian independence struggle.

Helly Shah: Netaji Bhawan of Calcutta is the memorial hall or short of museum where he was put under house arrest then organized the Indian National Army.

Manu Punjabi: Sabarmati Ashram occupies a special place in the history of Indian National Movement and a place of Satyagraha or started the Dandi march.

Tejasswi Prakash: Raj Ghat is the place where memorials of Mahatma Gandhi,Jawaharlal Nehru,Lal Bahadur Shastri known as Vijay Ghat are located.

Pearl V Puri: Wagah Border is the only road border between two country and a must visit place to see Wagah border ceremony before sunset each day.

Kunal Jaisingh: The Cellular jail of Port blair in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a place where many notable dissidents were imprisoned during the struggle for India’s Independence.

Mahika Sharma: The fort of Maharani Jhansi,where Lakshmi Bai started one of the greatest centres of freedom struggle of India, now a place of Jhansi Mahotsav.

Yuvika Chaudhary: The Barrackpore Mangal Pandey Garden at West Bengal in the memory of Mangal Pande where the Indian soldier of rebellion of 1857 was hanged.

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