On a previous post I had talked about The Serenity Park being the place to unwind and relax. Today is a special update on a new addition to the park.
The Serenity Park in Ferozpur witnessed a historic moment yesterday on 25 Jan 2015 when the tallest flag in Punjab was unfurled there. The flag pole is 106 ft tall and the flag is 36 feet x 24 feet x 36 feet. It is a wonderful sight to behold in all its glory. The flag fluttered in the wind and was looking resplendent in the morning.
|The National Flag being unfurled.|
The ceremony was attended by all the army and civil dignitaries along with the GOC, Collector & Commissioner. It was indeed an honor to be present to witness such a significant occasion in Ferozpur.
|Buddha waits; before the Flag.|
As I sat and witnessed the unfurling of the flag it was a unique experience for me and my little one. We were lucky indeed to be a part of the ceremony. The 5 odd minutes it took for the flag to be raised was momentous. We had our eyes glued to the flag as it slowly inched its way to the sky; our ears were paying rapt attention to the history of our flag being spoken.
A pin drop silence and a standing ovation followed with such patriotic fervor and emotion of national solidarity. We all also took a ‘voters oath’ to support and participate in Democratic process of the nation I wish we have such a massive flag in all our towns and cities. It is a wondrous initiative for reinforcing the solidarity and kinship of our nation.
|In All Its Glory.|
A Salute to the Army, Mr Naveen Jindal and all officials of http://www.flagfoundationofindia.in/ who made it possible with their hard work and initiative.
On this Republic Day I urge all of you to value, cherish and inculcate the spirit of being Indian in yourself and your children.
Teach them young & cherish your legacy.
Happy Republic Day!