India’s Independence day coloring pages can be a creative way to teach kids about festivals. You can download and print these India’s Independence day coloring pages for free.
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India’s Independence day Coloring Pages For Kids – Free Printables
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Enjoy coloring the independence day theme based pictures for kids. You will get all possible pictures associated with independence. Fill colors in all of them.
Here, you will get some pictures associated with the independence in which you will fill color in them. You will be provided with free printables to fill color. There are maps of India, India Gate, Laal Kila, Rangoli, pictures of Gandhiji, National Flag of India, Ashok Chakra, and a symbol of Indian rupees. All these pictures will be given in the form hardcopy. You may select whichever color you want.
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This is a picture of the map of India and on the center of the map you can locate the Ashok Chakra. The Ashok Chakra is a depiction of dharmachakra. If we look closely, the map is divided into three parts by two horizontal lines. Which makes it look like an Indian national flag. Therefore, it would be appropriate to feel it with the colors same as in the national flag. Upper most part should be colored with saffron color, the middle part should be colored with white color and the lower part should be colored with green dark color.
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This is the second printable picture. This is the India Gate which is located in Delhi. It was established and opened in 1921 and 1931 respectively. It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It was built to commemorate the British Indian Army which fought in the First World War. Today, it commemorates 70,000 soldiers. India Gate is also known as Delhi Memorial. The monument stands 42 meters in height. Children can color this India Gate however they like. Suggested ways are to refer to the original India Gate or color it with the same colors on the national flag.
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This is another picture of Red Fort also known as Lal Kila. This monument is located in Chandni Chowk, Delhi. It is one of the most popular and largest monuments in Delhi. Every year on 15th August, Independence Day, the national flag is hosted by the Prime Minister of India. Construction was commissioned by the Emperor Shah Jahan on 12th May, 1638, because he decided to shift his empire from Agra to Delhi. It stands 18-33 meters. The architect of the Red Fort was Ustad Ahmad Lahori. Kids can color this picture by taking the reference of the Red Fort.
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This is the fourth printable picture for color. It is a picture of a rangoli. Rangoli is an art form which originated from the Indian subcontinent. The rangoli is made on the floor as well as on the top of a table during festive seasons like Diwali, Laxmi pooja or during a marriage ceremony. It depicts harmony, happiness and positivity. There are different types of rangolis, such as Alpana in West Bengal, Aripan in Bihar, Chita in Odisha, and Madana in Rajasthan. Kids can color this rangoli pattern by using several colors to make it look colorful and visually appealing.
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This is another printable for coloring purposes. It is a map of India. India, the seventh largest country in the world, is located in the southern part of the Asian continent. It is a diverse country, it is home to different religions, such as Hindus, Muslims, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists, Christians, various tribes and many more. There are 28 states and 8 union territories in India. Children may show their creativity while coloring the map. They can also use the bits of paper or dal and rice to fill the map. Kids can come up with their own ideas as well.
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Another printable color is given. This is a picture of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as, Father of Nation. He was an Indian lawyer and one of the freedom fighters. He was born on 2nd October, 1869. He played an important role during the freedom struggle of India. His spouse was Kasturba Gandhi. And, he had four children. Amongst children, he was called bapu, which means father. Children can color his outfit white as he mostly wore white colored dhoti. His hair and mustache could be colored with black color. His face and hand could be colored with skin color.
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This is another picture of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi wearing an Ashok Chakra badge. It is a picture of the time when Gandhiji was old. He contributed immensely during the freedom struggle. He led the Satyagraha Moment, Non-Cooperation Movement, Dandi March, the Champaran Agitation, and many such moments. He was an anti-colonialist. He died in 1948. Children could color his dhoti white, and his Ashok Chakra badge could be colored in blue. His face, scalp, and ear could be colored in skin color. His hair, eyebrows, and mustache could be colored in gray. His chashma could be colored in brown color.
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Another picture is given here, it is the national flag of India. Though today our national flag looks like this, earlier it had different designs. What we see today is the sixth design of the national flag. Before, there were 5 designs. The 5 designs were created in 1906, 1907, 1917, 1921, and 1931 respectively in sequence. Present one was designed in 1947. And, the dimension of the flag is in 2:3 proportion. Children should color the upper most strip of the flag with the saffron color, the middle with white color, and the third strip with dark green.
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Another picture for coloring is of the Ashok Chakra. The Ashok Chakra depicts dharmachakra, it has 24 spokes in it which represents 24 principles that should be in humans. The symbol is geometrically constructed. The Chakra was adopted on 22nd July 1947. Use of this chakra could be seen on the National Flag of India and this use was suggested by Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar. Children just need only one color, that is blue. Though it is colored in navy blue color. Hope that this was fun coloring for all the children.
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This given picture is a symbol of the Indian currency. Indian currency is rupees, its symbol was designed by Udaya Kumar Dharmalingam. In currency ranking, India stands fourth. 1 Indian Rupee equals to 0.012 United States Dollars. Children may use any color they like to color this Indian Rupee symbol. This coloring activity could be performed by 4-6 years old kids. From this, children could learn about the Indian Currency and its value in the world. And, they will also get to know about the symbol of the Indian Currency. I hope this was enjoyed by all the children.
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