Here is again, a high quality images of Indian flags or Tiranga photo, a three colors (Saffron, white and green) flag with Ashoka Chakra in navy blue in the middle. Saffron color symbolizes of renunciation, disinterestedness, courage and sacrifice. Indian Green is the symbol of prosperity, vibrance and life. Seems like another color, the white color also ha a special meaning, this color symbolizes of truth, peace and purity. The Ashok Chakra (wheel) symbolizes of the righteousness, progress and perpetuity.
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Commonly, The Tiranga or The Indian National Flag symbolizes the hopes and aspirations of all the people of India. It is the symbol of their national pride. Over the last five decades, several people including members of armed forces have ungrudgingly laid down their lives to keep the Tiranga flying in its full glory. Finally, feel free to share and save this India Flag photo and share this with your friends. You can also download this wallpaper to celebrate Indian independence day which celebrates annually on 15 August. As we know that India's independence day is 15 August 1947.
History of Tiranga - Indian Flag
Tiranga is "A flag not only of freedom for ourselves, but a symbol of freedom to all people - Jawaharlal Nehru". The Flag Code of India governs the usage of the flag. Initially the use of flag by private citizens was prohibited except on national days like Republic Day and Independence Day. But gradually some changes were made by the Union Cabinet about the usage of flag by private citizens. Most of all, the code was amended about its usage for hoisting and its adaptation on other types of clothes.
As a result, the flag came into being in its present form at the meeting of Constitutional Assembly on 22 July 1947. Since then it has served as the National Flag of the Dominion of India from 15 August 1947 to 26 January 1950 and, thereafter, as the national flag of the Republic of India.
Design and Construction of Tiranga
The designer of Indian National Flag was Pingali Venkayya. The Indian flag has a ratio of two by three (where the length of the flag is 1.5 times that of the width). All three stripes of the flag (saffron, white and green) are to be equal in width and length. The Ashoka Chakra has twenty-four spokes.
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