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First of all I would like to say Happy Independence Day ! Because this day plays an important role in Indian's Life Cycle. Without this they would remain as slaves for Britishers.  Secondly, Indian patriot loves their national flag more than his/her own life. They can't bear any misshappening with their national flag. If you're an indian so you can also understand those feelings. So, would you like to know that Who Designed Indian Nation Flag? I recommend you, you must have to check it out.



National Flag is one of the Most valuable thing for it's country. It doesn't matter who they are, where they live, from which caste they belong. All they have to be is patriot to their home country as well their current country where they are. No one will tease or bear anything happening to their flag. So, be careful about that and always try to wave the flag.


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Who Designed Indian National Flag?
Who Designed Indian National Flag?




As you know National Flag contains 3 colour and one Ashok Chakra in the middle of the flag.  Let's dive into a deep theory of those colour and Ashok Chakra Myth. There are 3 colour in Indian National Flag, which are Saffron (Bhagwa), White and Green. They are adopted into a proper sequel. Each colour stands for a purpose and described as follow:

Saffron (Bhagwa/Kesariya) :

Saffron colour stands for the abandonment of illusion like Money or Lust. Our pioneers must be not interested in material picks up and commit themselves to their work. They must have to pay attention to humanity and social welfare. 


White :

Seeing the colour only reveals that it must stands for peace or serenity. White colour i s in the center and also contain Ashok Chakra. It's shows us the path of truth and the spirit of peace and purity.



Ashok Chakra : 

The Ashok Chakra is in the center of White Colour Strap, designed with 24 spokes in a circular shape with navy blue colour. which stands for the Wheel of the law of Dharma. Again, the wheel denotes motion. There is death in stagnation. There is life in movement. India should no more resist change, it must move and go forward. The wheel represents the dynamism of a peaceful change.




Green : 

Green colour shows us the relation of human and the nature (plants and soil as well) As we live they also, so we have to take care of them also as we do our own. Because human and animal nature depends on plants life. We can feed our stomach because of plants only, because of nature only. So we must have to kind with them.



Indian Flag is mixture of three colour that is why the indian flag also known as "TRICOLOUR or TIRANGA in Hindi"

Now, let's move to the topic and talk about the person who designed Indian National Flag.




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Name of the Person Who Designed Indian National Flag


The legend who was named as Pingali Venkayya. Who was a passionate agriculturist and also a freedom fighter top. He was born at Bhatlapenumarru, near Masulipatnam, in what is now the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Pingali Venkayya's version was first designed for the Indian National Congress and subsequently modified in 1947. 


The first Indian Flag image was represented in a meeting of Constituent Assembly which was held on 22 July, 1947.  Also it was adopted on same date as the National Flag of India.

The Flag was made up of Khadi a special hand-spun cloth of cotton which was made popular by Mahatma Gandhi Ji.



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