Thousands celebrate Anna's victory at India Gate
"It is a sign of moral evolution in the country. The good days of the corrupt seem to be numbered," added another anti-corruption campaigner Prasad, who was happy to be a part of the "historical" celebration.
Those who had converged at India Gate included people from all walks of life and ages. From a six-year-old to elderly, everybody seemed in a mood to enjoy.
A private band, Sohan Lal and Sons, played patriotic numbers on which many broke into a jig.
"I always play from my heart but today it is special. This is for Annaji," said Mohammad Ayub, one of the band members.