Let's Party to the Pendence!
"Where?" This is going to be located all over the Indian country.
"When?" This party will take place on August 15, 1947.
"Why?" Everyone should attend this party because it celebrates a very important milestone for India. It's there Independence date, something that they will be celebrating every year after this. It would be honor just to be a part of the first festival/party celebrating India's independence.
"What To Bring?" All guests must bring as much cotton or materials to make salt as available to them to make whatever you would like to be sold or classic Indian foods to share with other guests.
"R.S.V.P." Please contact the Indian National Congress of Mohandas Gandhi via letter sent through train or boat to book your spot in the party or travel to India beforehand to book your spot, whichever way is fine.
Rich Great Britain
While Great Britain owned India as a colony they would strip India of any raw materials that India could sell for themselves for money. Great Britain would simply sell these raw materias for themselves making them richer and richer. India became more and more frustrated with Great Britain which led to the growth of nationalism which eventually led to India's independence.
Indian National Congress Fights For Freedom
The Indian National Congress was formed in1885 and it was determined to gain rights and opportunities for the Indian people. They had won some self- rule for India by the 1930s. They helped and pushed to gain India's independence.
Mohandas Gandhi, the Indianpendence Maker
Mohandas Gandhi was brilliant man that led the way to India's Independence through, nonviolence and civil diobedience against British rule. He led fasts, protest marches, and boycotts on British goods. All of his struggles for independence from Great Britain eventually brought them to their knees, and Great Britain gave India its independence on August 15, 1947.