1.5 Lakh Indians Marched On The Streets Of New York At India Day Parade

India celebrated its 72nd Independence Day on 15 August 2018. It is the moment of pride and respect that we have come so far after immense struggle. Today, we can speak what we want to, we have rights to choose our dreams and, to share our opinion and many more.

Well, apart from India, the New York street also witnessed a huge number of Indian participating in the celebration, including Tamil superstar, Kamal Haasan and his daughter Shruti Haasan. All of them took to the streets of New York at the 38th India Day Parade. The celebration was held on 19 August and witnessed 1.5 lakh people.

A video featuring Shurti along with Kamal shared by Emily Drewry with the caption read as: Behind-the-scenes of my time with @shrutihaasan at the #IndiaDayParade today!

Well, this is the largest event organized outside of India where people are gathered to celebrate the country's Independence Day. On the street, people are dancing, singing and performing acts and walked all the way down the Madison Avenue and waved the national flag.  A journalist has shared many pictures and video from the event on her social media account. Here has a look:

Dancing Bihu to the Boy Scouts band. #IndiaDayParade

We’ve got Miss India USA and Mrs Bharat USA in da house. And Dunkin Donuts, where everyone’s a winner. #IndiaDayParade

The event also attended by the Indian film music composer and pop-rock based singer Kailash Kher. As he also shared a video with the caption: At India day parade a pride for all भारतवासी #newyork #manhattan #proudmoment

People also dressed as Gandhi Ji and walked on the street: Marching with “Gandhi” at the #IndiaDayParade

Well, it is the lovey feeling to see such a vast occasion of India's historical day at New York. It is definitely a proud moment for every Indian living here and there as well.

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by Admin | Wed, Aug 22 - 01:03 PM

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