The Indian Constituent Assembly adopted the National Flag of India as the Flag of the Dominion of India on 22nd July 1947. The same Flag had later retained as the Flag of the Republic of India when the Constitution of India came into effect on 26th January 1950. Indian National Flag has the name Tricolour or Tiranga as it has three colours and is rectangular. The Tricolour is a symbol of India’s freedom and displays its unity and strengths. The National Flag of a Country represents its cultural and spiritual inclinations, its diversity, the pride of the nation and its rich heritage.
Ten Lines on National Flag of India
1) National Flag symbolizes India’s pride for its land and diversity.
2) The Flag has evolved through many stages in obtaining its present form.
3) Pingali Venkayya has designed the national flag of India at Machilipatnam.
4) The Constituent Assembly adopted it on 22nd July 1947.
5) The ratio of the length to breadth of National Flag is 3:2.
6) All the three horizontal stripes saffron, white and green should be equal in length and width.
7) Ashoka Chakra in the centre depicts the Eternal Wheel of Law.
8) The Flag Code of India 2002 regulates the display of Indian Flag.
9) Any insult to the National Flag is an offence punishable by law.
10) Adorned with much enthusiasm and patriotism on National holidays.
1) The colours saffron, white and green together makes the flag look very elegant.
2) It had undergone many changes since the first freedom struggle.
3) The present form of the national flag came into existence from 22nd July 1947.
4) Pingali Venkayya, who has designed the Indian Flag, was an Indian freedom fighter.
5) The Ashok Chakra in the flag symbolizes the eternal wheel of law.
6) Indian flag is the symbol of freedom to all the people.
7) The Indian Flag unites the people of different religions in one thread of brotherhood.
8) The three colours in the flag represent courage, peace and prosperity.
9) We should give utmost respect to our national flag.
10) The Indian flag is the symbol of pride, patriotism and self-reliance.
1) We should always keep Indian Flag in the standing position
2) National Flag of India symbolizes free and Democratic India.
3) Initially, the civilian had no right to hoist the Indian flag.
4) The first Indian Flag, by Pingali Venkayya, was Swaraj Flag.
5) Mahatma Gandhi had first proposed Swaraj Flag to Indian National Congress in 1921.
6) The ratio of the length and width of the Indian flag is predetermined.
7) Disrespecting Indian flag is constitutionally a punishable offence.
8) Centre white strip has a navy blue wheel (Ashok Chakra) with 24 spokes in the middle.
9) Saffron represents courage, white represents peace, unity, and the green represents prosperity.
10) The wheel of Ashok Chakra represents the eternal wheel of law.
1) It is mandatory to hoist the national flag on National festivals.
2) Students from schools carry out parade by holding the national flag on the occasion of the national festival.
3) The national flag represents the aspirations of the people of India and is a symbol of our pride.
4) Madam Bhikaji Cama was the first person to hoist the national flag in a foreign country, Germany, in the year 1906.
5) Government of India issued a postage stamp in 2009 to commemorate the contribution of Pingali Venkayya.
6) The unmanned lunar orbiter 'Chandrayaan-1' has hoisted the Indian national flag on the moon on 14th November 2008.
7) Indian astronaut Wing Commander Rakesh Sharma had flown the national flag into space in 1984.
8) Khadi Development and Village Industries Commission of India manufacture the Indian Flag.
9) The Commission uses only Khadi or cotton cloth to make Indian Flag.
10) The Indian National reached Mount Everest, the highest peak of the world, on 29th May 1953.
Every Indian should respect the Indian Flag throughout the year, not only on the occasion of national festivals. We should strictly adhere to the rules and regulation set for the use of the national flag. It is a symbol of national pride and patriotism. Every citizen has to protect the protect it against any insult or damage and to safeguard its honour and dignity.