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INDIAN FLAG HISTORY The need for an Indian flag came in the start of the 20th century when the independence movement was on its zenith. Sister Nivedita a disciple of Swami Vivekananda came up with the first national flag in 1904. The flag then named as Sister Nivedita's flag.


History: the indian flag is in this picture, it has 3 stripes, green white and saffron and a chakra in the middle. The saffron (an orangy color) stripe stands for dedication and sacrifice. The white stands for truth and the green stripe stands for the fertility and growth of the land. The chakra stands for “the idea that there is life in movement and death in stagnation.”

Our flag honors those who have fought to protect it, and is a reminder of the sacrifice of our nation's founders and heroes. As the ultimate icon of America's storied history, the Stars and Stripes represents the very best of this nation. Oldest Flag of India ..!!!!! #flag #oldflag #ourflag #indiaflag #indianflag #india #nation #national Read More at-

A WW-2 leaflet showing a Sikh soldier of Indian National Army with Indian flag in background and trampling flags from US and UK

Evolution of Indian National Flag -- Happy Independence Day Dude.! Do you know that our Indian national flag was not compiled at a single go? Yes, our tricolor flag went through various changes before what is it today. Let’s traverse through history to find the breakpoints in the evolution of our Indian national flag.

This flag seems to have been inspired by the drawing of the Choctaw flag "carried by the Choctaw Confederate Troops" as depicted in the 1958 sheet from the Oklahoma Historical Society entitled "Fourteen Flags Over Oklahoma" ("Official Seals of the Five Civilized Tribes") This set of flags was created in 1940 to honor the tribes that once lived in Alabama. They were given as gifts to the five nations. All five flags were white with full color reproductions of the pertinent seal.


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Iroquois Flag. This lesson has a lot of helpful resources, especially since I'm focusing on American Indians who lived in Ohio.