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‘The Country I Call Home’ Poem By 11 year old Anagha Chaturvedi From Delhi

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Anagha Chaturvedi

Hello friends! Your friend, Sara here. Today on Youth Day, commemorating the great patriot Swami Vivekananda’s birthday, here is 11 year old Anagha from Delhi writing about the love she feels for our country. What are your thoughts about your country? Tell us!

Anagha is a student of Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute.

‘The Country I Call Home’ Poem By 11 year old Anagha Chaturvedi From Delhi

It was 15th August, the day of independence,

Standing in attention, was a mere pretense!

Stuffy and stodgy, I let out a sigh,

All my boredom vanished,

as I saw my ‘Tiranga’ rising high!

Oh! That proud feeling, when I looked around,

Children of all religions, with spirits so profound!

 

That’s when i knew, what India meant, 

The land of thousand rivers, with cultures so vibrant.

The chirping streets and the undying bond like none,

Despite all differences, we all stand as one!

Neither is this Paris, nor is it Rome,

This is my Bharat, I proudly call it home!

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