Independence Day of Pakistan (14 August) is a day of celebrations and it must not be treated just like a normal holiday. Everyone should be delighted and thankful to God for freedom. Our forefathers had sacrificed so much for this country and we should always remind ourselves of all the events that led to independence. Pakistan is made in the name of Islam and hence we should celebrate 14th August with our families and loved ones as enthusiastically as possible.

Here are 5 phenomenal things that you can do in order to celebrate this auspicious day with full zeal and zest.

National Songs and BBQ

BBQ on Independence day

You can arrange a nice BBQ party for your family and play all the national songs like “Dil Dil Pakistan”, Mera Paigham Pakistan (Nusrat Fateh Ali), Tera Pakistan He, Chand Mere Zameen, Ham Zinda Qaum Hain, Is Parcham Ke Saye Talay Hum Aik Hain, Pakistan, Aey Mard E Mujahid Jaag, Aey Quaid E Azam Tera Ehsan, Aey Rah E Haq Kay Shahido, Hamara Parchuam, Hum Zinda Qaum Hai, Khayal Rakhna, Maun Ki Dua Puri.

Sing National Anthem Loud on Your Roof Tops

National anthem of Pakistan

Make sure everyone hears it. Sing it at the top of your voices and record it as well. After you are done with recording send your videos to us on Facebook ( and Instagram ( We will share them on our Social Media Sites and the best one will get a reward.

Translation of National Anthem

Blessed be the sacred land, Happy be the bounteous realm. Thou symbol of high resolve, O Land of Pakistan! Blessed be the citadel of faith. The order of this sacred land, The might of the brotherhood of the people, May the nation, the country, and the state, Shine in glory everlasting! Blessed be the goal of our ambition. The flag of the crescent and star, Leads the way to progress and perfection, Interpreter of our past, glory of our present, inspiration for our future! Shade of God, the Glorious and Mighty.

Make Green and White Dessert

Pakistan independence day cake

While making such yummylicious desserts do not forget the actual symbol of green and white in your flag. Green symbolizes the majority while white symbolizes the minority. Do not forget to be kind to your minority. Remember the message of Quaid-e-Azam Muhamad Ali Jinnah where he urges the nation to safeguard the rights of minority.


Kids decorating on independence day

Buy flags, decorate your car, homes and any other place you want to but remember to respect and take care of the green color even after 14th August. Not everything should be done for the sake of show off. It is our pride. The national flag was designed by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, and was based on the original flag of the Muslim League. It was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 11 August 1947, just days before independence.

The flag is referred to in the national anthem as Parcham-e-Sitāra-o-Hilāl. It comprises a dark green field representing the Muslim majority of Pakistan with a vertical white stripe in the hoist, representing religious minorities. However, in the center is a white crescent moon, representing progress, and a white five-pointed star, representing light and knowledge. The flag symbolizes Pakistan’s commitment to Islam, the Islamic world and the rights of religious minorities.

Read about National Heroes

national heroes of paksitan

On THIS BIG DAY DO NOT FORGET to remember all the heroes who gave their lives for our independence. The least we can do is read about them and tell our little ones about them. It is important to keep them alive in our hearts as they have done a lot for us. If it was not for them, we would not have a separate homeland to practice our religion. Try to search as much information you can about our heroes. Although the creation of Pakistan was not a result of a war but we should also shed light on the soldiers who are keeping it secure from external threats, who fought wars and still fighting just to keep our country safe and peaceful. They have continued to sacrifice their today for our tomorrow.

So, have an amazing Independence Day of Pakistan on 14 August.


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