How the children of the nineties celebrated independence with which the children of the twenty-first century are unfamiliar


How the children of the nineties celebrated independence with which the children of the twenty-first century are unfamiliar




Patriotism is part of the human yeast, which is why people around the world celebrate their country's Independence Day with great enthusiasm. In our country too, this day is celebrated with special enthusiasm. The excitement that was seen in the children of the nineties in celebrating this day is missing in the children of that era. The children of the present age who are the children of the digital age and the age of social media have every expression of their passion confined to social media and they do not seem ready to do anything in practice. The children of the 1950s practically did many things that the new generation seems to be deprived of.


1: Making flags

With the arrival of the month of August, the children started saving their out-of-pocket expenses and then the money saved from their out-of-pocket expenses was used to buy flags at the rate of one hundred and then these flags were used for flour. They were made and threaded - then they were taught. After drying, the flags were carefully wrapped in a special way to decorate their homes, schools and streets on August 13. Can be used for -

2: Let the highest flag be ours

From the 1st of August, hoisting the Pakistani green crescent flag on the roof of the house and watching it proudly wave was the greatest hobby of the children of the nineties - to make their flag the highest in the surrounding houses. Searching and then tying these bamboos in such a way that they can withstand the wind, no one but the children of that time knew about this Jatt - the elders of the house also gave their full support in this endeavor on the far side of the street. Today's children are unfamiliar with the green crescent flag that used to stand and wave over their house.


3: White pants of Sevana

On Independence Day, it was mandatory for boys to wear white shalwar kameez as an Eid festival, and all the boys wore white shalwar kameez and the girls chose a flag-colored dupatta with white shalwar kameez for the occasion. And the joy of wearing this pair did not make them sleep all night - this white couple was hung with a cliff and as soon as they woke up in the morning, this couple was dressed and dressed as if on the day of Eid. Was prepared -

4: Buy colorful badges and bangles

Placing a green crescent flag badge on the left side of the chest with a white pair and choosing the badge so that our badge is the most unique and prominent was the biggest hobby of the children of that time - girls too. She used to fill her hands with green bangles and make special arrangements for this happy day by applying henna.

5: Participate in tablo and national song competitions

Nowadays, Independence Day is a public holiday, so schools usually hold their Independence Day function on August 13, while in the past, schools were open on this day, especially for flag-raising ceremonies. They used to go and have songs, speeches and tableaux competitions among the children - so that on that day every child had the same slogan on his tongue that long live Pakistan.


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