This is to inform all Proud Indians IYCO is celebrating birthday of saheed bhagat singh in jaipur city. - who may or may not be aware - that 28th September is the birth date of Shaheed Bhagat singh ji . He was born on 28th Sept 1907 . " Dil se niklegi na mar kar bhi watan ki ulfat, meri mitti se bhi khushboo-e-watan aayegi" These are the words said by one of the greatest revolutionary of Proud India and not only whose words but actions too reflect love for the country, who accepted his death with a smile so that our generation could survive in an independent and FREE INDIA So let us all celebrate the birthday of our greatest freedom fighter Bhagat Singh Ji. Please change your profile picture to the picture of Shaheed-E-Azam Bhagat Singh on 28th Sept. Lastly and most importantly. Go to the event and invite all your friends. Plese All persons who are Proud to be Indians can join this community below...
Thanks Jai Hind Jai Bharat
IYCO will be celebrating independence day on15th august2013 in ambala Haryana.INDEPENDENCE is the freedom of the soul, a perception of the mind and a feeling understood by the heart. This freedom, perception and more importantly, this feeling is that of liberation, patriotism, self-dependence and other such things. When all such terms are put together and imposed upon the majority, it is a big responsibility on the youth of that nation and on those who create it. That nation is India. “I’m proud to be an Indian.” How often have you heard that phrase and felt the emotion coming through, like a quiver of arrows? Maybe once, maybe twice or maybe you never gave it a thought. Now that is freedom of thought. But, is it any good? However, with the evolving face of the youth of India, the insight levels of the Indian youth is increasing, and for the better. Independence of India from a responsible Indian point of view is not only the sense of belonging, but a sense of contribution and existence in every step that our nation takes. We constitute our nation, it does not constitute us. Independence is not our right to express but our right to be heard. Independence is not only smart politics, but being a part of a smarter public. Independence of our nation is not what we feel, but what we make of it and most importantly, independence is not about rights, but our duties towards the nation. With such a lot of brainstorming over Independence and its importance in our lives, it is not difficult to believe that the youth are concerned about the issues of the nation, as long as they are given platforms. The need of today’s youth is to be heard, not passed off. The need of today’s youth is to be free, not restrained. The need of today’s youth is realization of values and not imposition. The need is not a need, but a want that must be satisfied. Indian Youth Club is feeling proud to launch its Campaign “I am Responsible” 'Youth power will be proved as one of the powering systems' The youth is indeed a powerful resource and they are contributing to all sectors of the economy. Youth power indeed becomes more powerful, if every youth has the confidence 'I can do it' and this will result in 'we can do it,' leading to 'the nation will perform.' Come forward and join this revolutionary step.
Jai Hind!!!!!! Jai Bharat!!!!!!
IYCO WILL CELEBRATE 27 MARCH.2013 HOLI MILAN FESTIVAL AT Faridabad Haryana. Holi festival is extremely popular among children, youth and every age person Splashing coloured water, smearing friends with gulal (coloured powder) and tossing water balloons on each other, playing with colours, exchanging Holi gifts, listening to evergreen Holi songs . the day and any offence caused to anyone is washed away. Throughout India Holi is celebrated with fun and excitement. This is a time when enemies turn friends and put colours on each other and say aloud 'Bura na mano Holi hai' JAI HIND!!!!!.........JAI BHARAT!!!!!
IYCO will have REPUBLIC DAY celebration at dehradun ( uttarakhand))
What is PATRIOTISM to you…
This word has variegated meanings, varying from person to person … for some its doing something for their country without grumbling, for others its just anatomizing the way country is, without offering much for its amelioration … for some its just showing their true grit patriotism and love for their country only on special days such as REPUBLIC DAY or INDEPENDENCE DAY, for others, everyday is a special day to do something in their own little way.. Life is such.. People believe in whining more than taking stand and do something about those laments…
Just imagine, what you will do if someone comes at your home and spits on the floor, or for that matter unzips his pants and starts pissing in your drawing room.. You will have urge to kill them for this committing such filthy nuances, right! …And after that you will control your dark side and end up just probably insulting them or have a brawl and throw them out of your house.. Now imagine what we are doing for our main home which is our country.. We are known by our country when we go abroad.. And once you say you are INDIAN.. Foreigners think you are coming from poor country, a country whose 60 % people are illiterates and poor, but with a bright future as we are the country who produces large number of people who works for NASA and other high ranking foreign offices..
Now, just ask yourself, what’s the utmost service you can provide to your Nation? Many of you will come up with answers like I will feed hungry souls, I will be responsible citizen, I will do more charity, or greatest I will go to India gate and light a candle for a cause.. Now just try to think, about the sacrifices of those freedom fighters who have fought till their last drop of blood oozing out of their body, who had left their families for a free nation knowing, there is no guarantee that they would not be alive to see a Free INDIA. They even died with smiling faces chanting “ VANDE MATARAM “ only for the sake of their dream to provide a free nation for their future generations to come.
Its high time to wake up.. It’s because of these freedom fighters we are living noble life with our head held high, we are able to breathe in free nation.. Or else we also would had been slaves to British nationals.. Although we are still slaves, but only our masters are changed, now we are slaves of politics, illiteracy and crime lords backed by powerful people who runs this country…
AS FAMOUS QUOTE FROM AN AD SAYS “JAAGO RE “ .. Its high time to realize our responsibilities towards our nation and be a responsible citizen..
Indian has produced a plethora of great leaders. Some of them have played a vital part in Indian freedom struggle while other have taken India to great heights post independence. The simplicity, courage, perseverance, and fortitude of these leaders continue to be a source of inspiration for the common masses. Here is a brief profile of 12 famous Indian Freedom fighters with their rare real pictures…. Brief might be tedious as its long but TRUST ME .. its worth reading every word of it ….
HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY !!! Jai Hind!!! Jai Bharat!!!
Indian Youth Club Is Going Celebrate Independence Day With A Huge Youth Group In Goa. With A New Thinking And New Direction How We Can Solve Country's Problem. We Want To Free From Corruption , Crime, Terrorism. And We Want A Good Environment, Fruitful Relation, Fullest Unity And Integrity. Indian Youth Club Wants You All To Join The Celebration. Jai Hind!!!!! Jai Bharat!!!!!
desh par shaheed huye veero ko sat-Sat naman. IYCO is going to celebrate shaheed diwas 23rd of march-2012 at gurgoan.Only few of us now remember that 23 March 1931, Indian freedom fighter Bhagat Singh was hanged along with Rajguru, and Sukhdev. Bhagat Singh was born in Jat Sikh family in India, as a teenager he studied European revolutionary movements and was attracted to anarchism and communism. He was famous among the youth and is still remembered amoung the famous freedom fighters in India. here is a small tribute to him and the other men who fought for our country. JAI HIND!!!!! JAI BHARAT!!!!!
IYCO WILL CELEBRATE HOLI MILAN FESTIVAL. 6TH MARCH.2012 AT NEW DELHI. Holi festival is extremely popular among children, youth and the newly wedded couples. Splashing coloured water, smearing friends with gulal (coloured powder) and tossing water balloons on each other, playing with colours, exchanging Holi gifts, listening to evergreen Holi songs is the order of the day and any offence caused to anyone is washed away. Temples are decorated and Lord Krishna and his consort Radha's idols are placed on swings and devotees sing Holi Folk songs and worship them. Throughout India Holi is celebrated with fun and excitement. This is a time when enemies turn friends and put colours on each other and say aloud 'Bura na mano Holi hai' Playing pranks with newly-wedded couples is the most common thing in Holi. JAI HIND!!!!!.........JAI BHARAT!!!!!
Republic Day Parade: A national festival that no tourist should miss. Celebrated on the 26th of January when India became a Republic. It is the most spectacular pageant of Delhi. The march past includes military displays, elephant pageantry, floats representing different states etc.