Showing posts with label Independence Day SMS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Independence Day SMS. Show all posts

Saturday, 8 August 2015

August 08, 2015

14 August Songs Pakistani 2015 Free Download

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Tuesday, 4 August 2015

August 04, 2015

Kisi Ne Sar Kataya Tha Na Jane Kitno Ne Ghar

Kisi Ne Sar Kataya Tha Na Jane
Kitno Ne Ghar Lutaya Tha Ye
Din Mushkil Sy Ata Ha Ye Din
Mushkil Sy Aya Tha Salam
Beshumar Azadi K Un Shaheedon
Par Jinho Ne Rah_E_Azadi Mein
Apna Khoon Bahaya Tha Salam Un
Maaon, Behino, Betiyon Par
Jinho Ne Apne Muqaddas Anchal
Sy Ye Azeem Parcham Banaya
Tha, Happy Independence Day
August 04, 2015

Pak sar zamin shad badKishwar-e-hasin

Pak sar zamin shad bad
Kishwar-e-hasin shad bad
Tu nishan e azm e alishan
Markaz-e-yaqin shad bad
Pak sar zamin ka nizam
Quwat e ukhuwat e awam
Qaum, mulk, sultanat
Pa-inda tabinda bad!
Shad bad manzil e muradParcham
e sitara o hilal
Rahbar e tarraqqi o kamal
Tarjuman e mazi, shan e hal
Jan e istiqbal!
Sayah e Khuda e Zal Jalal
August 04, 2015

Pak sar zamin shad bad

Pak sar zamin shad bad
Kishwar-e-hasin shad bad
Tu nishan e azm e alishan
Markaz-e-yaqin shad bad
Pak sar zamin ka nizam
Quwat e ukhuwat e awam
Qaum, mulk, sultanat
Pa-inda tabinda bad!
Shad bad manzil e
August 04, 2015

Jahaan dal dal par sone ki

Jahaan dal dal par sone ki.
Chidiya karti hai basera.
Woh PAKISTAN Desh hai mera.
Woh PAKISTAN desh hai mera.

Ae vatan ae vatan humko teri kasam.
Teri rahon pe jaan hum luta jaayenge.
Phool kya cheez ha tere kadmon pe hum.
Bhent apne saron ki chadha jaayenge.

'Happy Independence Day'
August 04, 2015

14 August Shayari

14 August Shayari
Utha Kar Talvar Jab Ghode Pe Sawar Hote
Baandh Ke Saafa Jab Tayyar Hote
Dekhti Hai Duniya Chhat Pe Chadke
Kehte Hai Ki Kaash Hum Bhi Aise Hoshiyaar Hote
August 04, 2015

Aazaadi Ki Kabhi Shaam

Aazaadi Ki Kabhi Shaam
Aazaadi Ki Kabhi Shaam Nahi Hone Denge,
Saheedon Ki Kurbani Badnaam Nahi Hone Denge,
Bachi Ho Jo 1 Bond Bhi Garam Lahu Ki.
Tab Tak PAKISTAN Ka Aanchal Nilaam Nahi Hone Denge.

Happy Independ

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

August 12, 2014

14th Aug Messages, Facebook 15 Aug Wishes, Pakistan Day Greetings, India Day Quotes

Independence Day should be celebrated with full enthusiasm, post the best one facebook 14 aug status on your wall. It’s the biggest day of Pakistan history so; get the latest 14th aug status and 14 august quotes for your wall. Here we keep adding fb 14 Aug status. Dont hesitate to click on LIKE button if you like 14 Aug facebook statuses. We have added new collection of fb 14th august messages and 15th aug sms. Celebrate independence day this time by sharing 14 aug fb status or 15 aug facebook wishes. Celebrate Pakistan day and India day in new way this time.  

Thousands laid down their lives so that our country breath this day… never forget their sacrifice., Happy Independence day.

I wish you all a very Happy Independence Day. May our country progress in everywhere and in everything so the world would be proud of us Pakistan Zindabad!

Independence Day is a good time to examine Who we are and how we got here Happy Independence Day!!

They Join hands in Hands Brave Pakistanis all By uniting we stand by dividing we fall Jashne Azadi Mubarak Allah Bless our country.

May Allah Bless our Pakistan!!!!! Happy Independence Day!!!

Our ancestors have devoted their lives to get this land, so this the day of breathing.

This country is the reason of our existence,our life our recognition.

Like this land, may you have independence in your life.

We have gained this land after many sacrifices, so value your land. Enjoy the day of independence.
Solitude is independence.

One flag, one land, one heart, one hand. Happy Independence Day!
Celebrate your freedom in the world’s larget democracy “Pakistan”. Happy Independence Day.

It’s a fine line between standing behind a principle and hiding behind one.
Where liberty dwells, there is my country.

Without freedom, no one really has a name..

Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better.

I love my freedom, I love my Pakistan

May the sun in his course visit no land more free, more happy, more lovely, than this our own country..

Patriotism is your conviction that this country is superior to all other countries because you were born in it.

Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.

Liberty, when it begins to take root, is a plant of rapid growth.

Liberty is the breath of life to nations.

Let freedom never perish in your hands..

The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.

If you see the magic in a fairy tale, you can face the future.

Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom.

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

August 13, 2013

Independence Day in Pakistan

Pakistan’s Independence Day, which is annually held on August 14, celebrates the country’s independence from the British rule on that date in 1947. This day is an occasion to promote patriotism and national unity.

Many people dress in or use the colors green and white, which are Pakistan’s official colors, during Pakistan's Independence Day.

What Do People Do?

People all over Pakistan celebrate Independence Day with patriotic zest. Many people who attend the Independence Day parades dress up in green and white, which are the Pakistani flag’s colors. People visit national monuments and places of national significance to celebrate Independence Day. This is also a time to meet relatives, exchange gifts and visit recreational spots.

Pakistan’s national flag is hoisted on public, private buildings, residences and monuments at dawn. Official buildings, including Parliament House, are decorated and colorfully lit. The prime minister and president address and congratulate the nation and talk about the day’s significance. Streets and houses are decorated with candles, oil lamps and pennants. Firework shows are put together on the eve of Independence Day.

Pakistan’s Independence Day also pays homage to people who devoted their lives for Pakistan’s freedom movement and made sacrifices to attain Pakistan’s independence. A change of guard takes place at national monuments, including the mausoleums of Muhammad Iqbal, who was a poet, philosopher, and politician, and Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who is considered by many as Pakistan’s founder and Quaid-i-Azam (supreme leader).

Events held during the day include special theatre shows, national song competitions, concerts, and Independence Day pageants. Radio and television stations broadcast national songs and specially prepared Independence Day programs.

Public Life

Independence Day is an official holiday in Pakistan on August 14. All governmental, non-governmental offices, organizations, educational institutions, post offices, and major markets are closed.

Public transport remains unavailable on all major routes. Traffic congestion is common due to Independence Day parades.


The Indo-Pak subcontinent remained a British colony from 1849–1947. The subcontinent’s inhabitants did not approve of the British rule in united India. An uprising that occurred in 1857 eventually formed the shape of a freedom movement, which exemplifies the efforts of the people of British India in gaining their independence.

Muslims ruled the subcontinent before the British incursion and suffered due to the 1857 uprising against the British East India Company. Leaders such as Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and Syed Ameer Ali worked diligently for the Muslim people’s political advancement.

The Indian National Congress was formed in 1885, which later on became British India’s largest political party. Major Muslim political leaders, including Muhammad Ali Jinnah, were members of the Indian National Congress and worked towards Hindu-Muslim unity and India’s independence.

The All India Muslim League was founded on December 30, 1906. There was growing demand for an independent Muslim state in India. In 1930 Muhammad Iqbal presented the idea of a separate Muslim state that would geographically consist of the Muslim majority areas in the subcontinent. The word Pakistan is a conjunction of two words Pak meaning Pure and Stan meaning Land, a name coined by Choudhary Rahmat Ali.

Strong Hindu nationalism gave birth to the Two Nation Theory, an ideology that is accredited as being the basis for Pakistan’s creation. In 1940 the Pakistan Resolution was passed in Lahore demanding greater Muslim autonomy in British India.

After World War II, it was expected that the British colonies would soon disintegrate. The Pakistan Movement, spearheaded by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, resulted in creating a Muslim state. Pakistan gained independence from the British rule on August 14, 1947. At its birth, Pakistan had two parts commonly referred to as East and West Pakistan. In 1971 East Pakistan parted from West Pakistan and became Bangladesh.


Green and white are Pakistan’s official colors. White represents peace while green symbolizes prosperity and good fortune.

Independence Day Observances

Note: During a public holiday, government offices and most businesses are closed so people have a day off work.
August 13, 2013

14th August 2013 SMS

I’m Proud To Be A Pakistani
Where At Least I Know
I’m Free
Won’t Forget The Men
Who Died,
Who Gave That Right To Me
Protect Ur Country Ppl !
Stand Up Against The Haters Of Pak !
Proud As I Ever Could Be 2 Be A Paki !
Happy Independence Day Long Live Pakistan
August 13, 2013

14th August 2013 Poem

We remain
Think for our selves
For ponderers?
Who cares?
They feel
They cry
Then become quiet
Yes, paupers
Suppress them
We’ve wealth
They’ve poverty
We’ve huge laughter
They’ve little happiness
They join us
Vice versa is rare
We seek laden Eidis
They seek little company
They asked us
We remained for ourselves, pious
They again
By smiles
We refused
Like carried off the flies
Don’t forget them
We’ll be questioned
They’ll remain unquestioned
Who’ll be better?
Here we’re etchers
Happy Independence Day 2013 Pakistan