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National Flag Adoption Day

National Flag Adoption Day is Celebrated all over the country on 22nd July of every Year on the memory of Indian national flag adopted on july 22nd by Sri.Pingali Venkaiah which is the present national flag of India.

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National Flag Adoption Day

  1. 1. By, Subrahmanya
  2. 2. The National Flag of India has great importance in every Indian people’s heart as it denotes and represents our country as well as provided our country and all the people living in it, freedom from the British rule in 1947. Through the celebration of National flag adoption day, we rememorize the adoption day of our national Flag, significance of our National Flag, pay heartily salute, honor and respect as well as lead the Indian cultures and traditions to our new generations
  3. 3. Why National Flag Adoption Day is celebrated Indian national flag adoption day is celebrated to commemorate the adoption of tricolor Indian National Flag on 22nd of July. Tricolor of the Indian national flag was adopted to represent the true meaning of patriotism as well as spreading true essence and energy among the Indian people especially youths and future generations.
  4. 4. History of Indian National Flag Adoption Day The Indian National Flag, designed by Pingali Venkayya, was first adopted by the Indian Constitution Assembly in a meeting on 22nd of July in the year 1947 that’s why it is being celebrated every year since 1947 all over the India by the title “Indian National Flag Adoption Day” on 22nd of July. The present form of the national flag came into power when it was officially declared as an “official flag of the Dominion of India” in the meeting of Constitution Assembly.
  5. 5. EVOLUTION OF OUR NATIONAL FLAG
  6. 6. MADAMCAMA HOLDING FIRST FLAG
  7. 7. Second Flag Called the 'Saptarishi Flag', this was hoisted in Stuttgart at the International Socialist Congress held on August 22, 1907.
  8. 8. Manufacturing process of INDIAN flag The design and manufacturing process for the national flag is regulated by three documents issued by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). All of the flags are made out of khadi cloth of silk or cotton. The standards were created in 1968 and were updated in 2008. Nine standard sizes of the flag are specified by law, and the largest size 90×60 ft. is hoisted at the highest flagpole in Delhi,

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National Flag Adoption Day is Celebrated all over the country on 22nd July of every Year on the memory of Indian national flag adopted on july 22nd by Sri.Pingali Venkaiah which is the present national flag of India.

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