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Indian Navy Warships Hoist Tricolour across 6 Continents, 3 Oceans & 6 Time Zones on Independence Day

Tags: National Defence

On the anniversary of the 75th Independence Day, Indian Navy warships hoisted the tricolour across six continents (except Antarctica), three oceans and six different time zones.  

The Indian Navy warships reached different ports in the world on August 15 to hoist the Indian tricolour in the presence of the Indian diaspora and other top leadership and local representatives of the host country. 

Africa 

The Indian navy’s INS Tabar ship hoisted the national flag at Mombasa Port, Kenya.

South America

 National flag was hoisted onboard INS Tarkash on 15 August. The ship docked at Pier MAUÁ in Brazil on 13 August. It will also participate in a ceremony to celebrate the Bicentennial of Independence of Brazil in September.

North America  

INS Satpura hoisted the National Flag in the United States of America. The warship conducted a 75-lap “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav Run” at San Diego US Navy Base. These laps are dedicated to those 75 stalwarts for their sacrifices for the Independence of India.

Europe 

The Indian Navy personnel onboard INS Tarangini hoisted the National Flag at sea in Europe. 

At the Commonwealth Memorial gates in London (UK), the crew of the INS Tarangini paid homage to the Indian soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice during the two World Wars. 

Australia 

The Indian flag was hoisted on the Indian Navy’s INS Sumedha ship which is docked at Perth in Australia.

To commemorate the spirit of Independence, a large number of the Australian Defence Forces officers were present on the occasion. 

As part of the Indian Navy’s Operational Deployment, INS Sumedha has been deployed to the South Eastern Indian Ocean.

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