Here is a list of kickass ways to make the most of the big day of Azaadi — some by us and others by Dilliwalas1 Click selfies with the flag in the background. The bigger the flag, the more the number of likes you may expect to receive. PS: We plan to petition for Connaught Place’s tri-colour to be declared a national monument.
53 Take a ride in the Delhi Metro. Beware: Parking will be closed from August 14 to 15. Some of the Delhi Metro stations have hoisted the tri-colour.
54 “Colour your hair with the tri-colour,” says Anisha Russell.
55 Feeling overtly patriotic? Go get a tattoo of the flag!
56Check out DLF Promenade’s art exhibition titled Strokes of Freedom.
57 “If you are stuck at work like me, you can dress up in orange, white and green with a dash of navy blue,” says Geetika Rustogi.
58“I am going to be painting other people’s faces with the tri-colour,” says Neha Abraham.
59“I will be celebrating my last I-Day in the country. I am off for studies to Hong Kong. And I plan to enjoy every moment possible, doing all the traditional things I can in the short time available,” says Anish Saksena.
60Watch Farhan Akhtar at India’s First Ever Live Online Concert.
61 “I plan to catch up on all my missed TV shows. 15th shall be dedicated to Torrentz and YouTube,” says Garima Verma.
62 “I think we should make it a point to boycott all unnecessary protests,” says Kanav Gupta.
63 “Not fight with the auto-wallahs. Not bargain with the Sarojni Nagar bhaiyas for `10. And keep my BP in control,” says Hannah Varkey.
64 “I plan to do some Yoga,” says Madan Arora.
65“I plan to spend the day making people aware of the plus points of owning desi dogs,” says Arun Xalxo.
66 “I plan to sign myself up for donating my organs,” says Dhruv Gund.
67“Don’t pay bribe. Ever,” says Kanika Sikka.
68 “I am compiling a wishlist of things the country needs right now for it to function as a better nation,” says Norvina Joel Singh.