74th independence day of India

 

74th Indian Independence Day Celebration

74th Indian Independence Day Celebration by Embassy of India Kuwait

Embassy of India, Kuwait has been celebrating the Independence Day with participation of Indian nationals, Pravasis, and Friends of India in Kuwait. This year, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to follow local government’s guidelines regarding social distancing and other related regulations, there will be no public function at the Embassy premises on Independence Day. However, Embassy will be live- streaming the flag hoisting and delivery of speech by Ambassador. Esteemed Community Members, Pravasis, and Friends of India are requested not to visit Embassy on Independence Day, 2020 i.e. 15th August, 2020 and watch the celebration at their home.

India celebrates its Independence Day every year on 15 August with great passion. Embassy of India, Kuwait has been organizing several cultural activities during the celebration in collaboration with Indian Schools and Indian Associations. This year, due to the ongoing COVID- 19 pandemic and to follow Kuwait government’s guidelines regarding social distancing and other related regulations, it would not be feasible to organize various cultural and social programmes on 74th Independence Day.

2. In view of the above and in order to facilitate large and vibrant Indian community in Kuwait to participate in the Independence Day celebration, Embassy has planned various online activities to be conducted during Independence Day celebration. Embassy of India requests resident Indians in Kuwait to record patriotic song and send it to Embassy. The selected video will be uploaded on the facebook (@indianembassykuwait) and twitter (@indembkwt) handle of the Mission. Recording can also be sent to Embassy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with details of names, age and passport number.

3. The consent of participants for sharing of their videos by the Embassy of India, Kuwait on its official social media platforms is inherent and included in their act of submission of their entries. The videos should adhere to the laws, rules, and customs of the host government. Participants submitting the videos for this online programme are solely responsible for copyright regulations, if any. Their undertaking that the videos don’t infringe on any copyrights or intellectual property rights is inherent and included in their act of submission of their entries.

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