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20 Beautiful Images Of Indian Flag That Will Make You Feel Proud To Be An Indian

Since 1950, India celebrates it’s Republic Day every year on 26th January. It is already here. And this year, Indians are going to celebrate their 70th republic day. For those who don’t know India celebrates Republic day every year to honor the constitution of India.

India is a country of colors, different races, and cultures, that gives the suitable ‘Incredible India’ title to this country. But none of them would be possible without the constitution of India, that keeps us all together and tell us we are not Hindus, Muslim or Sikh we are Indians.

The entire world knows about its existence and we have proved that we are best in everything. So, don’t you think you should feel proud to look at your national flag “Tiranga”? Moreover, there are many facts about the Indian flag that you might not have known.

Here are 20 beautiful of the Indian flag, that will make you feel proud to be an Indian along with some cool facts about the Tricolor.

1. The Tricolor became the official flag of India on 15 August 1947

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2. The Indian flag is based on the Swaraj flag ( flag of the Indian National Congress)

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3. It was designed by Pingali Venkayya

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4. Pingali Venkayya was an agriculturist and Indian freedom fighter.

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5. By law, the Indian flag is to be made of a special cloth called ‘khadi’

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6. The manufacturing process for the Indian flag is given by Bureau of Indian Standards

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7. Usage of the flag is governed by the Flag Code of India

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8. All three stripes of the Indian flag are to be equal in width as well as length

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9. The size of the Ashoka Chakra is not specified in the Flag code

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10. But it has to have twenty-four spokes which are to be evenly spaced

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11. The standards were created in 1968 and were updated in 2008

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12. Manufacturing standards for the Indian Flag have a chart that details the size of the Ashoka Chakra

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13. Gandhi had first proposed a flag to the Indian National Congress in 1921

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14. Saffron represents courage and sacrifice

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15. The Ashok Chakra represents the Laws of Dharma

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16. Nine standard sizes of the flag are specified by law

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17. Only four places in the country are licensed to make the cloth for the national flag

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18. They are  Karnataka, Marathwada (Maharashtra), Barabanki in UP, and Banetha in Rajasthan

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19. The flag should be flown at half-mast as a sign of mourning

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20. The decision to do so lies with the President of India

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In Conclusion:

Even though the craze of celebrating Republic day has become a formality for today’s youth, it doesn’t mean that we can’t push them towards having enthusiasm and respect for our national flag. One should always remember the struggle Indians had to face before they could have their own constitution.

This Republic day, let us join hands and make sure that everyone around you pays respect to the Tricolor that is a beacon of our Independence and freedom from the rule of Britishers.

Happy Republic Day!

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