National flag of India is rectangular in shape and has three horizontal stripes of saffron, white and green from top to bottom respectively. The white stripe in middle has a 24 spokes Ashoka Chakra in navy blue at its centre. The National flag was adopted by the constituent Assembly on 22nd July 1947 and officially became the Flag of the Dominion of India on 15th August 1947 and the Republic of India after 26th January 1950.
It is also called Tiranga (in Hindi) or Tricolor, which means having three colors. The design of the Indian National Flag was hugely inspired from a flag designed by freedom fighter Pingali Venkayya for Indian National Congress in 1921. The National Flag is made of Khadi and has a length to breadth ratio of 3:2. The saffron color of the flag represents strength and courage, white represents peace and tranquility and green represents prosperity and fertility. The Ashoka Chakra depicts Dharma chakra and is taken from edicts of Ashoka.
The Bureau of Indian Standards decides on the manufacturing and specifications of the flag, while its display is governed by the Flag code of India. The Flag Code of India has been amended twice, first in 2002 to allow the flag’s display by general public and again in 2005 to use it in certain specific form of clothing.
Slogans on National Flag in English
Indian National Flag is the pride of the citizens of India. Just by looking at the National flag furling atop a building or an institution, ignites the feeling of pride, honor, dignity, integrity and unity in every citizen of India. Below I am writing few slogans on national flag to ignite same feelings in you while you read them and of also to honor the National Flag.
You can use these national flag of India slogans at any related events and occasions in your school, college, office or society. You can also read these unique and catchy national flag slogans to get fact based information about the national flag of India. I hope these slogans on national flag of India are useful to you and you will enjoy reading following slogans:
Unique and Catchy National Flag of India Slogans
National flag is our pride and thus be protected and respected.
Our flag symbolizes that we are free; remember the ratio two is to three.
The flag was designed on a freedom fighter’s idea, his name was Pingali Venkayya.
Indian National Flag is like a book of the nation with nothing written on it.
Flag colors tell the story, of our past and present glory.
Like your ambitions let it fly; let it flutter reaching the sky.
Saffron, white and green; more enticing even than any rainbow ever seen.
Our Symbol of Azadi is made from Khadi.
National Flag is the Nation’s guiding principle.
Display of National flag of India is governed by the flag code of India.
Hold it high, take it around but never let it touch the ground.
Display the National flag as you would display your pride.
Flying the National Flag is our fundamental right, provided that we don’t undermine its dignity and do it right.
Thousands have laid down their lives to keep it high; flutter it must on the blue sky.
It symbolizes our unity and integrity; treat it with honor and dignity.
On schools, colleges, offices it must fly, but remember to place it high.
It can be flown even after sunset, but proper light it must get.
Hoist it fast and lower it slowly; must treat it respectfully as an idol holy.
Display the flag in the right order; inverted display amounts to dishonor.
If displayed vertically, keep this in mind; it is like a book read from top to bottom and left to right.
Nothing except the body of Martyrs should be draped in the National Flag.
When in a parade either random or planned, always hold the flag in your right hand.
Hold it right and high is rule number one; don’t dip it down to salute anyone.
It must never be burned, disrespected or destroyed; only with dignity it should be displayed.
Either full or a quarter, it should never be dipped in water.
Never put it on ground and never drag; teach our children to respect the National Flag.
It should hold nothing else than flower petals; while unfurling on occasions those are special.
It is a symbol of National pride and represents our progressive stride.
It must fly high with full glory; to tell the truth and a glorious story.
Tricolor is the India’s ornamentation and her highest form of decoration.
You have a right to display, but should also know what the colors say.
Display it correct and adore it with utmost respect.
Initially adopted as a symbol of self rule, it also represents the freedom struggle that it fuelled.
It is the nation’s identity; proclaiming to the world its unity and integrity.
Let it fly in shine and in rain; pack it if you have to but let the glory remain.