Secrets Of Indian National Flag

Secrets of TIRANGA, how to maintain dignity of indian national flag, precautions to be taken while using national flag.
secrets of indian national flag, do's and don't with tiranga of india
Know about indian national flag

Indian national flag is the symbol of success, power, prosperity. Every indian is proud to see there national flag any time specially on 15th august, 26th January. It is the responsibility of every Indian to maintain the dignity of our national flag and for this it is necessary to have some key knowledge of our national flag. 

Now a days we are seeing that every one try to put the flag in office, home street corners etc. So it is necessary to have some basic knowledge our TIRANGA.

Let's Know Some Important Things about TIRANGA:
1. It should in the size of 3X2 (length and width).
2. There must be 3 colors in Indian flag i.e. Kesaria at top, White in middle and Green at bottom.
3. There must be a Ashoka Chakra in the middle of white color area and it must have 24 lines.
4. Government of India has approved 9 different sizes of Indian flag.
5. The design of our TIRANGA was approved on 22nd july 1947 by indian constitution.
6. It is necessary to host our national flag with full respect.
7. If children are using small flag then do teach them properly about the significance of it. Don't throw it any where after use. 

Beware In Handling Indian National Flag:

Any insult of our national flag may lead to 3 years of jail or fine. So use national flag with great care.
1. Tearing, burning and cutting our national flag is a crime. 
2. Any change in design is also not permissible.
3. Don't write any thing on national flag.
4. Don't throw it anywhere or don't let it down any where in land.
5. Don't use it as a wrapper.

TIRANGA is the symbol of Power, it is the sign of our independence, it motivate us to move continuously towards our aim. Let's salute our NATIONAL FLAG. 

Secrets of TIRANGA, how to maintain dignity of indian national flag, precautions to be taken while using national flag.

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