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Saturday, 15 August 2020

How the tricolor became the ensign of India, who put the Ashoka Chakra rather than the radio

How the tricolor became the ensign of India, who put the Ashoka Chakra rather than the radio

Today, the country is celebrating Independence Day, while the celebration of independence is incomplete without the tricolor. When it involves the country, then forgetting everything, the entire country paints the ensign in three colors of the tricolor. But does one know the story of India's tricolor, how our ensign was made? allow us to explain intimately about it.

The tricolor was adopted during the meeting of the Constituent Assembly of India persisted 22 July 1947, a couple of days before India's independence from British on 15 August 1947. it had been adopted because of the ensign of India between 15 August 1947 and 26 January 1950.

Let me tell you, the tricolor was designed by Pingali Venkaiah of Andhra Pradesh. In 1916, Pingali Venkaiah thought of a flag that might keep all Indians in line. With them, S.B. Bowman and Omar Soma joined forces to make the ensign Mission.

At an equivalent time, Venkaiah was considerably inspired by Gandhi. In such a situation he considered it better to hunt his advice for the ensign. Gandhiji advised him to put Ashoka Chakra within the center of this flag, which might be a sign to unite the entire of India.

Let me tell you, that Pingali Venkaiah brought Ashoka Chakra on a red and green background. But Gandhiji didn't think that this flag could represent the entire of India. At an equivalent time, there have been various discussions about the ensign.

The British were forced to go away to India in 1947. Just a couple of days before the country's declaration of independence, an issue arose against the Congress on what form the ensign should take now.

For this, a committee headed by former President Dr. Rajendra Prasad was reconstituted and three weeks later, on August 14, the committee recommended that the flag of the All India Congress be declared because of the ensign. On 15th August 1947, the tricolor became a logo of our independence and therefore the independence of our country.

After making the ensign, the flag of Pingali Venkaiah became very fashionable among the people under the name of "Zanda Venkaiah". Pingali Venkaiah died on Independence Day, 1963. The flag was hoisted for the primary time on the red, yellow, and green horizontal strip on August 7, 1906, at Parsi Bagan Chowk (Green Park) in Kolkata.

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