India celebrated its 68th Independence Day this year. Just imagine, it has been more than 6 decades since we won our freedom back. We have accomplished a lot, but many struggles continue still. The struggles of our ancestors were different from those that we face today.
Hike , the #1 Indian messenger, ran a Twitter campaign asking the youth how they'd want to #HikeUpIndia . The response was massive.
The largest democracy in the world has numerous voices waiting to be heard. And when they got a chance to speak up, this is what some of them had to say:
Many decided to bring about a change by changing themselves:
— Divya (@JadduJhappi) August 14, 2014
— *OldSchool*NewThots* (@heena29784) August 13, 2014
Some were assertive about the pertinent issues they brought to the table:
There were complaints:
— Shweta (@Chidiyagiri) August 13, 2014
And there were aspirations:
Some celebrated little victories:
And some celebrated the #1 Indian messenger:
And then, there were some amusing ones:
The day we understand that the black cat crossed the road only to get to the other side of the road, we will #HikeUpIndia— prashantnandan (@nandanprashan) August 13, 2014