Indian National Flag
A flag is a pride of any country! It not only represents a place, but also the people from there. In 1921 Gandhiji initiated the idea of a flag, which was later designed by Pingali Venkayya. The tri colour flag defines each Individual of the country, as the top collar saffron indicates the strength and bravery of the country. Middle strip of white indicates peace and honesty. The third strip of green represent the growth and prosperity of the country, whereas the presence of Dharma Chakra in the center. The authentic Indian flag is made from the Khadi which was promoted my Gandhiji and is the pride of India. Indian fag has gone through several changes from the time India started struggling for freedom. In 1947 after the independence, the final tri colour flag was designed for the Independent India.
Significance of a Flag
Flag is a very basic necessity for any country, it represents sentiment and strength of a country. It represents a free nation that is why, it is a constitutional offence to disgrace or manhandle a flag. The basic rules regarding the flag implies that it should never touch the ground, rather it should always be flown. It is strictly prohibited to wear the Indian flag as a garment.
The Indian flag is a ray of hope for all Indians. It not only provides them with a sense of freedom, but also reminds everyone about the great sacrifice our ancestors made for us.