|Adopted||22 July 1947|
|Design||A horizontal triband of India saffron, white, and India green; charged with a navy blue wheel with 24 spokes in the centre.|
|Designed by||Pingali Venkayya|
Which state of India has its own flag?
The state of Jammu and Kashmir had an officially recognised state flag between 1952 and 2019 under the special status granted to the state by Article 370 of the Constitution of India. The flag was red with a plough in the centre. The red background stood for labour and the plough stood for agriculture.
Why Ashoka Chakra is blue?
The Ashoka Chakra is rendered in navy blue on a white background replacing the symbol of the charkha of the pre-independence version of the flag. The chakra signifies that there is life in movement and death in stagnation. It represents the dynamism of a peaceful change. India should not resist the change.
How many Indian flags are there?
A horizontal triband of India saffron, white, and India green; charged with a navy blue wheel with 24 spokes in the centre.
Design and construction details.
|Flag size||Width and height (mm)||Diameter of Ashoka Chakra (mm)|
|3||2700 × 1800||555|
|4||1800 × 1200||370|
|5||1350 × 900||280|
|6||900 × 600||185|
What was the first flag of India?
According to Knowindia.gov.in, the first unofficial flag of India was hoisted on August 7, 1906, in the Parsee Bagan Square (Green Park) in Calcutta, now Kolkata. It featured three horizontal stripes of red, yellow and green.
What does the 3 colors of the flag mean?
According to custom and tradition, white signifies purity and innocence; red, hardiness and valor; and blue signifies vigilance, perseverance, and justice.
What is the name of Pakistani flag?
Flag of Pakistan
|Name||Parcam-i Sitārah o Hilāl (Flag of the Star and Crescent)|
|Adopted||11 August 1947|
|Design||A white star and crescent on a dark green field, with a vertical white stripe at the hoist|
Who can use Indian flag on car?
Display on Motor Cars 3.44 The privilege of flying the National Flag on motor cars is limited to the:— (1) President; (2) Vice-President; (3) Governors and Lieutenant Governors; (4) Heads of Indian Missions/Posts abroad in the countries to which they are accredited; (5) Prime Minister and other Cabinet Ministers; …