TricolourIt is really amazing to see the various changes that our National Flag went through since its first inception. It was discovered or recognised during our national struggle for freedom. The evolution of the Indian National Flag sailed through many vicissitudes to arrive at what it is today. In...
A line by Mahatma Gandhi:- "A flag is a necessity for all nations. Millions have died for it. It is no doubt a kind of idolatry which would be a sin to destroy.
The Indian National Flag is a horizontal tricolor standard with a band of deep saffron on the top, white in the middle...
The National Flag of India is a horizontal rectangular tricolour of deep saffron, white and India green; with the Ashoka Chakra, a 24-spoke wheel, in blue at its centre. It was adopted in its present form during a meeting of the Constituent Assembly held on 22 July 1947, when it became the official flag...
is no nation without a flag of its own. When India was under the British rule, there was no national flag of India. The people then became free. India became an independent country in 1947. Since the date of her independence, India has a national flag of her own.
National Flag is a sacred thing for...
FLAG CODE OF INDIA
The Indian National Flag represents the hopes and aspirations of the people of India. It is the
symbol of our national pride. Over the last five decades, several people including members of armed
forces have ungrudgingly laid down their lives to keep the tricolour flying in its...
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Day of India - January 26, 2013
Republic Day, celebrated on January 26th every year, is one of India’s most important national events. It was on January 26th, 1950 that the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly Sovereign, Democratic and Republic state.
On this day India finally...
kavita. Although India obtained its independence on August 15, 1947, the Constitution of India came into effect only on January 26, 1950. During the transition period from 1947 to 1950, King George VI was the head of country. C. Rajagopalachari served as the Governor-General of India during this period...
The national flag of india, on the Red fort in Delhi; a common sight on public and private buildings on national holidays like the 15th of August.
Also called The Fifteenth of August
Observed by India
Significance The day India became independent from...
the Telugu speaking populace in the
freedom movement can be highlighted best by studying the contribution of one man who
gave India her first national identity, the flag. That person was Pingali Venkaiah.
Born on the 2nd of August 1876 in the village of Bhatlapenumaru, Masulipatnam
Although India obtained its independence on August 15, 1947, the Constitution of India came into effect only on January 26, 1950. During the transition period from 1947 to 1950, King George VI was the head of country. C. Rajagopalachari served as the Governor-General of India during this period...
The National Flag is a horizontal tricolour of deep saffron (kesaria) at the top, white in the middle and dark green at the bottom in equal proportion. The ratio of width of the flag to its length is two to three. In the centre of the white band is a navy-blue wheel which represents...
annually on 15 August, is a national holiday in India commemorating the nation's independence from British rule on 15 August 1947. India attained freedom following an independence movement noted for largely nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience led by the Indian National Congress (INC). Independence...
Republic day is a national day. It is observed on 26th January every year, because India, after being an independent country, became a Republic on 26th January 1950.
We got political independence in August 1947. But there was no Constitution of India at that time. It took more than two years to frame...
What Should India Do to Stay Ahead in the Game
Independence Day (India)
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The national flag of India, on the Red...
an annual military and cultural parade held in the Indian Capital of New Delhi on 26 January, the Republic Day of India. Republic Day is celebrated with the hoisting of the national flag, and parades by the armed forces and school children all over the country. The largest, and most important, of these...
The National Flag of a country depicts its identity in the comity of nations. Every country of any significance has a National Flag. This item of a country identifies itself with the character and the typical characteristics of country.
Our Indian National Flag came into existence when we achieved our...
observed annually on 15 August in India commemorating the nation's independence from Kingdom of Great Britain on 15 August 1947. India attained independence following an independence movement noted for largely nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience led by the Indian National Congress (INC). Independence...
Pakistan dayIndependence Day (Urdu: یوم آزادی; Yaum-e Āzādī), observed annually on August 14, is a national holiday in Pakistan, commemorating the day when Pakistan achieved independence and was declared a sovereign nation, following the end of the British Raj in 1947. Pakistan came into existence as...
Also called Swatantrata Divas (Hindi)
Observed by Indians
Date August 15
Flag hoisting, distribution of sweets in schools, flying kites, singing patriotic songs, entertainment and cultural programmes
India’s Independence Day (Hindi: Swatantrata Divas)...
Independence Day of India
"Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time comes when we will redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially. At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which...
( Reaffirmed 1998 )
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Republic Day (26th January). The former is a historical even when India gained independence in 1947 and freed herself from the foreign yoke after a protracted campaign for freedom, whereas the latter bestowed historicity on the day when India became a Sovereign Democratic Republic with a constitution to...
1. All India Trinamool Congress
2. People's Party of Arunachal
1. All India United Democratic Front
3. Bodoland Peoples Front
3. Rashtriya Janata Dal
1. Haryana Janhit Congress (BL)
2. Indian National Lok Dal
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Republic of India
Horizontal tricolour flag bearing, from top to bottom, deep saffron, white, and green horizontal bands. In the centre of...
annually on 15 August, is a national holiday in India commemorating the nation's independence from British rule on 15 August 1947. India attained freedom following an independence movement noted for largely nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience led by theIndian National Congress (INC). Independence...
pronunciation (help·info)) is India's first mission to the Moon launched by India's national space agency the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The unmanned lunar exploration mission includes a lunar orbiter and an impactor. India launched the spacecraft by a modified version of the PSLV C11 on 22...
symbols; we live and learn in symbols. The basis of every culture and every identity is determined by its own established common symbolic expression. India, which is a land of diverse religious, linguistic, social, cultural and racial groups, is very rich in its symbolism. Each of these groups – be a religious...
The 15th of August, 1947 is a red letter day for India because it was on this day that it achieved Independence from British rule. The Britishers had ruled our country for 150 years. In fact, they came to India as ordinary traders but became its rulers. Our internal disunity offered them good scope to...
attended by students representative of all classes of society. Printed books were introduced in India by 1579. Pre-British schools and colleges were maintained by grants of revenue-free land. The East India Company, with its policy of maximizing land revenue, stopped this and thus starved the Indian...