Everything About National Flag of India

Updated: Sep 4

National Flag is a symbol of Identity, Pride, Self respect, and Freedom for any Country. Indian National Flag is a reflection of the great struggle of freedom fighters and pride. Let's Know


Everything About National Flag of India

National Flag of India
The 24 spokes of the Ashok Chakra correspond with the 24 hours of the day, implying that there is life in movement and death in stagnation

STRUCTURE OF THE FLAG :

Indian National Flag is a horizontal tricolor of deep saffron at the top, white in the middle, and dark green at the bottom in equal proportion. In the middle of the white band, there is a navy-blue wheel. Its design is that of the wheel which appears on the abacus of the Lion Capital of Ashoka. The white color of the flag represents Peace and Truth, Saffron color indicates the strength and courage of the country and the Green color shows fertility growth and auspiciousness of the land. The 24 spokes of the Ashok Chakra correspond with the 24 hours of the day, implying that there is life in movement and death in stagnation. the format of the flag is 2:3. The flag is made of Khadi.


Structure of Indian National Flag

HISTORY OF INDIAN NATIONAL FLAG :

The Congress Working Committee was appointed a seven-member Flag Committee on 04.07.1931 to finalize the of the Flag. Later in 1931, the final resolution on the flag was passed at the Congress Committee met at Karachi (Now in Pakistan). The tri-color flag with the Charkha of Gandhi adopted then, was designed by Pingali Venkyya.


The National Flag of India was adopted its present form with Ashok Chakra in the middle during an ad-hoc meeting of the constituent Assembly held on 22 July 1947.


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS -


Q) What do the 3 colors of the flag mean?


Ans. The 3 colors of the flag define different things - The white color of the flag represents Peace and Truth, Saffron color indicates the strength and courage of the country and the Green color shows fertility growth and auspiciousness of the land.


Q) What is the color of the National Flag?


Ans. The National Flag of India has 3 colors, Saffron, at the top, White in the middle, and Dark Green at the bottom, and the color of Ashok Chakra is navy-blue.


Q) What does the Indian Flag symbolize?


Ans. National Flag is a symbol of Identity, Pride, and Self respect for any Country. Indian National Flag is a reflection of the great struggle of freedom fighters and pride. The white color of the flag represents Peace and Truth, Saffron color indicates the strength and courage of the country and the Green color shows fertility growth and auspiciousness of the land. The 24 spokes of the wheel correspond with the 24 hours of the day, implying that there is life in movement and death in stagnation.


Q) Why Ashok Chakra is blue?


Ans. The blue color is the primary color. The blue color symbolizes serenity, stability, inspiration, and reliability, and the Ashok Chakra of the Indian National Flag implying that there is life in movement and death in stagnation. Both complement each other.


Q) Who Designed the National Flag of India?

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Who is made Indian Flag?

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Who first made the Indian Flag?

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Who found the Indian Flag?


Ans. The present design of the National Flag of India is designed by Pingali Venkyya.


Q) Which is our National Flag?


Ans. Indian National Flag is a horizontal tricolor, saffron at the top, white in the middle, and dark green at the bottom in equal proportion. A navy blue Ashok Chakra is in the middle of the white band.


Q) What does the blue wheel represent?


Ans. The blue wheel in the Indian National Flag is Called "Ashok Chakra". The 24 spokes of the Ashok Chakra correspond with the 24 hours of the day, implying that there is life in movement and death in stagnation.


Q) What is the format of the Indian National Flag?


Ans. The format of the Indian National Flag is 3:2


Q) Indian National Flag is made of?


Ans. Indian National Flag is made of Khadi.


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STATES OF INDIA

  • Andhra Pradesh

  • Arunachal Pradesh 

  • Assam 

  • Bihar 

  • Chhattisgarh

  • Goa 

  • Gujrat

  • Haryana

  • Himachal Pradesh

  • Jharkhand 

  • Karnataka 

  • Kerala

  • Madhya Pradesh 

  • Maharashtra 

  • Manipur 

  • Meghalaya 

  • Mizoram 

  • Nagaland 

  • Odisha 

  • Punjab

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  • Sikkim

  • Tamilnadu

  • Telangana 

  • Tripura 

  • Uttar Pradesh 

  • Uttarakhand 

  • West Bengal 

  • Andaman & Nicobar Island

  • Chandigarh 

  • Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu 

  • Delhi 

  • Jammu & Kashmir

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  • Lakshadweep 

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