More than 4,000 people are expected to take part in the biggest ever celebrations of the country’s independence in a sprawling and colourful celebration that promises to be the biggest yet.
More than a million spectators are expected on the shores of Lake Goa, including a record crowd of 4,500 on Sunday.
The Indian government has promised to pay up to Rs 10 lakh ($16,500) for tickets.
India’s Independence celebrations, dubbed the ‘Day of India’, are planned for the end of July, when the country celebrates its 100th birthday.
The celebrations will begin at 3pm on Sunday, with more than 1,000 police officers and a large number of police dogs on hand to enforce the law and enforce the curfew.
A large number and security will be maintained by the Indian military and state police, who are already busy enforcing the curfew, and the National Security Guard, which is expected to be deployed to guard the festival sites.
The organisers have also announced that the celebrations will start at 9pm on Saturday, and end at 3am on Sunday morning.
The Indian government will also have a presence on the islands of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Assam.
The authorities will also be in the area of the city of Jaipur and the city-state of Bengaluru to monitor the situation.
Some cities in Assam have already banned the event.
“This event is to be attended by the people, but the security forces are also being asked to ensure that no illegal activities take place,” the organisers said.
The government has also promised that the government-run media, which covers the event, will be fully updated and have full coverage of the event from Monday.
The official Twitter account of the organisers also tweeted: “The media, with its own coverage, will also continue to report the events.
The government will not allow the media to interfere with the freedom of expression.”
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the celebration will be a “historic day” for the country, adding that it will be the “highest point in our country’s history”.
India’s government has said it will “make sure that every single person who participates in this historic event enjoys the same freedom as every other Indian citizen.”
“We are planning to hold an elaborate parade, as we are planning for the next day,” the Indian government said.
“This will be done in the presence of Indian soldiers and officers.
This parade will be held on the same day and day after, and we will be holding a celebration in Jaipura.
We will also host a parade on the banks of the River Indus in Bengaluru, which will be in full view of the media.
The organisers are also expecting an estimated 100,000 participants.
India will hold the event on the first anniversary of Independence in 2019, with the first march on Independence Day, which started in May, marking the countrys first step towards independence.
The next two days will see a parade and a torchlit march across the country.