The National Flag is a symbol of the Nation’s respect and pride. There is liberal use of the flag on Independence Day and Republic day. There is a new trend of selling flags made of paper and plastic, which is incorrect. With a sense of national pride, people enthusiastically buy such flags – but the very next day, we find these flags being trampled upon on the roads, in dustbins and elsewhere.
By allowing this to happen, people forget that they are insulting the flag. Often, these flags are burnt along with garbage. It is the duty of every individual to maintain proper respect towards our National Flag.
It 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. Indian national flags are shown here so that people know the history of India on the occasion of Independence Day and they note the diversity in various flags. Read more »
The National flag, which is a symbol of the Nation’s pride, is respectfully hoisted on National festivals like Independence Day and Republic Day. Some rules have been laid down regarding the usage and hoisting of the National flag in order to prevent its denigration. The Ministry of Home affairs has set up the ‘Flag code … Read more
Video : Respect the National flag What care one should take regarding Flag ? Do’s and Don’ts Hoist the Flag at a height and in a suitable manner. Do not let small children use the National Flag as a toy. Do not buy or use plastic Flags. Do not use paper Flags to pin up … Read more