The Secrets Behind The Tri Colour Indian Flag 2020 Update

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The Secrets Behind The Tri Colour Indian Flag 2020 Update.

Indian Flag: There is no sovereign nation without a flag. All sovereign Nations of the world have their own flags. It symbolizes the freedom, strength and autonomy of a nation.

The Indian National Flag was adopted in its present form during the meeting of Constituent Assembly held on the 22 July 1947. Just a few days before India’s independence from the British on 15 August, 1947.

It served as the national flag of the Dominion of India between 15 August 1947 and 26 January 1950 and was still maintained as the national flag of the Republic of India thereafter.

If you used the word “tricolour” in India, you would be directly referring to the country’s national flag.

The Indian Flag


At the centre of the flag there is a circular symbol which houses the Ashoka Chakra, the wheel of dharma and the cosmic law that upholds the order of the universe.

Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism all believe in the concept of the dharma. Hence, many of the religious traditions present in India are represented in the flag.

The wheel also represents motion, a reminder that India cannot oppose change as progress is the key to national success in a fast-paced modernizing world.


The saffron color is meant to denote courage and selflessness. It is religiously significant to the Hindus, Buddhist and Jain religions.

It signifies renunciation and the absolution of the ego which is synonymous with these religions.

It is the color worn in the spirit of detachment and it is meant to remind political leaders to conduct their work without seeking material gains, but rather for the good of the nation.


The white colour represents honesty, purity and peace, cleanliness and knowledge.

It luminates the path of truth that guides India’s national conduct. The white stripe also functions as a reminder to India’s leaders that the ultimate objective is to maintain a state of peace, considering the bloodshed that surrounded India’s fight for independence and subsequent partition.


The green colour at the bottom of the flag represents faith, fertility of the land and prosperity.

It is considered to represents life and happiness. This colour stands as a reminder to political leaders to protect the land from invasion and human destruction.

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CSN Team.

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