History About Indian Flag

The tricolour unfurling on the national mast is the biggest sense of achievement and pride for all Indians. Unity in diversity is glorified in each state with our vast geography.
The cosmopolitan culture is not just typical about metros but also the rural masses are getting ahead to prove their names in the Indian and global map. Be it sports, science or technology Indians are everywhere. The struggle from changing over from a developing country to a developed nation has to begin at home.
Education, empowering the girl child, eradicating poverty and ignorance are the key issues. The government and social organizations are networking to bring about the renaissance, but individual efforts at self reliance work the best.

Our Indian Flag

Our Indian flag is in a beautiful combination of green, white and orange. The central 24 spoked charka in navy blue is the ‘dharma charka’ or duty. This has replaced the earlier ‘charkha’ which was the indigenous symbol of khadi making propogated by Mahatma Gandhi. The Indian flag is a process of evolution.
As the British ruled us and the Indian freedom struggle would be incomplete without a flag, the national leaders both who belive in violence and satyagrahis (non violent supporters) made their synchronized effort to give colour and design to the national flag.
The Indian flag was firstly unfurled as Sister Nivedita flag in 1904 at Calcutta. With a series of interesting changes, rejections and suggestions the flag finally came in being a few days before our Independence in 1947.
The flag is a symbol of purity, self respect and pride of free India. This not only represents our nation in the international stage but also is a tribute to the martyrs who laid their lives in preserving our right to freedom. The flag is a mark of respect for its countrymen and the tolerance India shows to accommodate all religions.
Hindi is the national language of India. Our national anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’ is a meaningful composition again accentuating the fact of unity in diversity. ‘Jai Hind’ is the official mantra after saluting our national flag.

Indian Flag Rules

Strict rules and codes are promulgated to preserve respect to the flag. The national flag is allowed only to be carried on certain vehicles that too related to national leaders and political deputees.
Showing disrespect to the flag by pointing it downwards, unfurling it anywhere without permission, trampling it or touching it on the ground are punishable offences.
The flag can be enfolded with flowers before unfurling and in any sad event when the flag is mutilated, the flag has to burnt completely as a procedure. The patriotic fervour has to maintained at all times and just not on national celebrations. Let the spirit of India be felt by all each day and may we impart the same to our future generations.

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