There is a spirit. The main need of human beings is also given an important place. It has been 50 years since our country India became independent. As the "50 Years of Independence" celebrations take place today, one thing comes to mind that even after so many years of independence, the general public of India still does not have a full knowledge of our national festivals or national symbols.

Our first duty as citizens is to realize our national anthems, national flags, national emblems, etc. Each country has its own festivals. Our country also has its own festivals. Which we call national festivals. Such as - Azaddin - 15th August, Republic Day - 26th January, Martyrs Day - 30th January etc., on the day of Ova festivals we hoist our national flag, many heroic martyrs have sacrificed their lives for the freedom of Mother India to keep this flag high.

That is when the national flag is flying. So first of all our national symbols. National flag: - National flag is the pride of the country. It floats on our state and government buildings like Parliament House, Legislative Assembly, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Collectorate. It is made of khadi cloth, it has three colors, orange - white - green, in between is Ashoka Chakra. Colors are also of special importance. (I) Orange color: - Indicates renunciation and heroism.

Indicates saffron or sacrifice to protect the country. (2) White color: - is an indicator of peace and truth. It is a catalyst for a spirit of brotherhood throughout the country. (2) Green color: - Greenery and indicator of faith. The Ashoka Chakra, the motivator of the feeling that the greenery of the country grows and the country remains green with prosperity, is reminiscent of the Dharma kingdom of Emperor Ashoka. Also, after we get information about the national flag to make progress and strive for manhood, should it also have some rules?

(1) The national flag must be as per rectangle - 2: 8, (2) The national flag can be hoisted on the day of national holiday. (3) The cloth of the national flag should not be torn, twisted or perforated. (4) ષ્ટ્ર Rashtra Dev Ja Alabhai Maru: The land or wall should not be touched, (5) The national flag should not be fluttered, (6) The national flag cannot be flown two at a time (two on a stick), (7) Clothes of the national flag can be made that Can't be worn. (8) The act of burning, tearing down the national flag etc. becomes a crime. (0) Other flags cannot be flown higher than the national flag. (10) The national flag should be on the right side of the marcher during a rally or parade, (11) If the other flag is to be flown in a single line, it should be hoisted on the left side of the national flag. (12) The national flag may not be hoisted on a motor vehicle or other vehicle. (13) The national flag should be lowered at sunset, thus we should respect our national flag as it is the pride of our country.

National Anthem: Jana Gana Man is our second most important organ just like the national flag. National anthem. Our national anthem is Jana Gana Mann Adhinayak Jai Hai 'which was composed by the poet Rabindranath Tagore in the year 1911-12. Another feature of this is that the poet himself has composed its slope (raga). The song was sung at the Indian National Convention in Calcutta in 1911. As it was written to address the destiny of India, Mother India, this song, which instills a sense of nationalism in the people of India, has made a significant contribution to India's freedom struggle.

It was sung at the historic session of the Constituent Assembly at midnight on August 14, 1947. . . suggesting . . Fabrics: - Silk, polyester or other fabrics are available abroad. While in India, the national flag is made from khadi cloth, because of the poor economic conditions of the villages in khadi and the need to live a simple life.




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