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National flag –

Development of tricolor –

This flag was hoisted during the Indian freedom struggle. During the First War of Independence in 1857, plans were made to make the flag of the nation of India. However, the movement ended prematurely and the plan was never completed. The Indian national flag has passed through many phases in its history. This recent development is an indication of the growing political development of India. Some of the historical monuments are as follows


The first flag – The flag was made by Sister Nivedita, a disciple of Swami Vivekananda, in the Congress session in 1904. It was hoisted in the program. This flag has three horizontal stripes of red, yellow, and green. The green stripe on the top had eight lotuses and the lower one had a sun and moon in red. The national anthem of India, Vande Mataram, is written on the yellow stripe in the middle of the flag. I can’t understand what you are saying.


The second flag – was hoisted in Paris in 1907 by Madame Cama and some exiled revolutionaries with her. According to some beliefs, it is 190 in 5. This flag was similar to the first one, except that it had only a lotus on the top band. The seven stars represented the Saptarishis. This flag was also displayed at the Socialist Conference held in Berlin. He was done. The man in the white suit is possibly the doctor.


In 1917, the Indian political struggle took a new direction. Annie Besant and Lokmanya Tilak hoisted the third flag during the Home Rule Movement. The flag had five red stripes and four green stripes running horizontally one after the other. There were also seven stars the size of the Big Dipper. On the left side (column) of the flag was the Union Jack. There was also a white crescent moon and a star in one corner.


The session of the conference was held in Bijwada (present-day Vijayawada), where a young Bengali Venkaya from Andhra Pradesh made a flag (Figure 4) and presented it to Gandhi, which was made of two colors. The red and green colors that represent the world’s two major communities – red for Arabs and green for Europeans – are displayed on the Jordanian flag. These religions have a lot in common. Both Hinduism and Islam emphasize the importance of faith, tradition, and spirituality. Gandhi suggested that the flag of the rest of India should have a white stripe to indicate the progress of the nation. He thought that a moving spinning wheel would be a good way to show this progress.


The year 1931 is unforgettable in the history of the tricolor. A resolution was passed to adopt the tricolor flag as the national flag of India, and it was adopted as the national flag. The flag is not considered a flag but is recognized as such. This flag, which is the ancestor of the present form, was saffron, white, and a spinning wheel in the middle. It was also clearly stated that it had no communal significance.


On 22 July 1947, the Constituent Assembly adopted the present flag as the Indian National Flag. The colors and designs on the flag of Pakistan are important even today after independence. The Dharma Chakra of Emperor Ashoka was installed in place of the spinning wheel. Eventually, the flag of the Congress Party became the flag of independent India. He is right.


The flag of India has changed many times, know the history of the national flag –

Republic Day has arrived, and now our beautiful tricolor flag flies everywhere from homes to markets. This flag is loved by every countryman and it works hard to maintain its dignity. Thousands of brave soldiers have been martyred to keep this flag in good condition. The present flag of India was adopted on 22 July 1947 at a meeting of the Constituent Assembly. It has been in use since then.


Right now our lovely tricolor is like this –

The tricolor flag consists of three different colored stripes, each representing a different name. At the top of the flag is a shiny saffron band, which symbolizes the strength and courage of the country. The white stripe on the Dharma Chakra represents peace and truth. The green stripe at the bottom of the flag signifies the auspiciousness, development, and fertility of the country. While the width and length of the flag are in the ratio of 2-3 cm. In the middle of the flag is the blue Ashoka Chakra, which has 24 spokes.


The first flag of the country was hoisted on 7 August 1906 by –

The first flag of independence was hoisted in Kolkata on 7 August 1906, which is known as the National Flag. The revolutionaries who fought for freedom under this flag were proud of it. The flag had green, yellow and red stripes. In the center of the green band was a lotus flower, in the yellow area Vande Mataram and in the red area the moon and the sun was depicted.


The second flag hoisted in Paris –

The country’s second flag was hoisted in Paris, although historians disagree on its timing. Some say that the revolution was started by Madame Cama and her friends in 1907, but others say that it took place in 1905. The flag, which was the same color as before, but had a different design, remained unchanged. There was only one lotus flower and seven stars on the upper stripe representing the star of the Big Dipper. This flag was also displayed at the Socialist Conference in Berlin.


Besant and Tilak hoisted the third flag –

The third flag of the country was hoisted by Dr. Annie Besant and Lokmanya Tilak during the Home Rule Movement in 1917. The flag had five red stripes and four green stripes. The flag has seven stars in the astrologer’s orientation, the Union Jack on the left and upper edge, and a white crescent and star in one corner.


The fourth flag hoisted in the All India Congress Committee –

In Andhra Pradesh, a youth hoisted the All India Congress Committee’s flag at the convention. Later he handed it over to Gandhi. This program was started in 1921, and it was done in Vijayawada. The flag was made in red and green colors, representing the country’s two major communities, namely Hindus and Muslims. Following Gandhi’s suggestion, a white stripe and a spinning wheel were added to the flag to represent the rest of the community.


The fifth flag was found in the year 1931 –

Through a resolution, the fifth national flag was adopted as the national flag for the first time. The flag had a spinning wheel in one corner, similar to the current flag. The rest of the design was the same, including proportions. This flag was adopted in 1931.


Sixth flag tricolor –

The tricolor flag was adopted as the national flag of independent India by the Constituent Assembly on 22 July 1947. In this, the only change was made in place of the spinning wheel that Ashoka had kept the Dharma Chakra. He went. Since then till now the design of our beloved tricolor has remained the same. The countrymen are proud of this.


Know the history of the tricolor, why this became the national flag, what are the rules for hoisting it –

The Indian national flag was adopted in its present form during the meeting of the Constituent Assembly of India held on 22 July 1947, which was defeated by the British on 15 August 1947. This was done a few days before Indian independence. The national flag of India was adopted on 15 August 1947 and remained in use till 26 January 1950.


The tricolor is very important to us and we are very proud of it. The name of this organization is based on the three colors used in its logo – saffron, white and green. The development of the organization has taken many different paths over time, and it continues to grow and change. The flag now being flown was adopted on 22 July 1947. The flag was designed by Pingali Venkaiah of Andhra Pradesh. Do you know the rules for flying the flag of France?


Know facts related to the tricolor:-

When the tricolor is hoisted on the stage, the tricolor should always be to the right of the speaker with his/her face towards the audience. It is said that Mahatma Gandhi was enraged when the Ashoka Chakra was replaced on the Indian flag. Ranchi Hill Temple is the only temple in India that hoists the tricolor flag. The country’s tallest flag was hoisted at a height of 493 meters in Ranchi.


There is a law in the country named the ‘Flag Code of India’, which outlines the rules for hoisting the Indian national flag. Violators of these rules can be jailed. The tricolor should always be made of cotton, silk, or khaki. Making plastic flags is not allowed. The tricolor should always be rectangular, with a ratio of 3:2. There is no one-size-fits-all definition of the Ashoka Chakra, as the chakra depends on the person’s spleen.


The first flag made of horizontal stripes of red, yellow, and green was hoisted on 7 August 1906 at Parsi Bagan Chowk (Green Park), Kolkata. It is illegal to write or make anything on the flag. The flag of France cannot be flown on anything other than a French vehicle, boat, or aircraft. It cannot be used to cover any building.


The tricolor should not touch the ground under any circumstances. This is an insult to them, the tricolor cannot be used in any kind of uniform or decoration, Hubli, located 420 km from Bangalore, is the only licensed organization in India that deals in the manufacture and supply of flags, and no flag can be flown. Never post or place it on or above the national flag.


On 29 May 1953, the national flag of India was seen hoisting the tricolor on Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak, along with the Union Jack and the Nepalese national flag. At this time Sherpa Tenzing and Edmund Mount Hillary had conquered Everest. Common citizens were allowed to hoist the tricolor in their homes or offices even on normal days after 22 December 2002. The permission to hoist the tricolor at night was given in the year 2009.


Flags of only 21x14 feet are flown at three different places in India: Nargund Fort in Karnataka, Panhala Fort in Maharashtra, and the Gwalior district of Madhya Pradesh. There is a small tricolor flag made of diamonds and gems on a gold pillar in the Rashtrapati Bhavan museum. However, in the building where Vibhuti’s body is kept, only the tricolor of the same building bows.



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By Chanchal Sailani | September 27, 2022, | Editor at Gurugrah_Blogs.

 


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