The Indian Tri-Colour Flag


The Indian national tricolor, prominently known as “Tiranga” was embraced on 22nd July 1947. The tricolor comprises of three even groups of profound saffron demonstrating strength and penance, white showing peace and truth and green, demonstrating confidence and gallantry separately. The white band additionally decorates the ‘Asoka Chakra’ in blue demonstrating. According to the principle the banner must be made of khadi (a hand spun material of cotton, promoted by Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the country) .The use of banner is represented by the Flag code of India.

National Emblem


The Indian national insignia is adjusted from the Lion Capital of Ashoka and showcases four lions remaining consecutive that symbolizes power, bravery, pride and is mounted on a round level piece which includes a lion (on the north), bull (on the south), an elephant (on the east) and steed (on the west), isolated by the Ashok chakra (which is seen on the national banner) over a lotus. This is otherwise called the Wheel of the dharma, and has the proverb as ‘Satyamev Jayate’ meaning “Truth Alone Triumphs”

National Bird


A standout amongst the most striking winged creatures, Peacock is viewed as the National Bird of India and has been talked about finally in antiquated sacred texts too. Peacock is an expansive flying creature, and has a superb emanation, particularly because of its lengthened plumes. These plumes are entirely bright and give a regal edge to the flying creature. The most striking element of this flying creature, however still remains its striking neck and bosom in blue shading. Peacock likewise symbolizes elegance, bliss excellence and cherish and is connected to the event of downpour in India.

National Tree


The Banyan tree is viewed as the National tree of India. The banyan tree tends to root themselves and for new trees, connoting life span and is likewise viewed as interminable. Banyan tree likewise holds noteworthiness in Hindu mythology and is viewed as hallowed.

National Game


Cricket has a more prominent following in India; however the national diversion is Field Hockey. This perspective however is exceedingly far from being obviously true, subsequent to the Ministry of Youth Affairs has expressed that India does not have a national amusement basically. India had won 8 Olympic gold awards amid 1928-1956 and it is this hypothesis that impelled, field hockey being the national amusement.

National Fruit


India brags of more than thousand assortments of mangoes crosswise over locales and has a worldwide notoriety. The mangoes are accessible amid summers and are appreciated by both youthful what not. The most well known assortment is Alphonso, which is viewed as the ‘Lord of Mangoes’. It is intriguing to realize that a great deal of these assortments were named by rulers, which managed the nation, particularly amid Mughals.

National Animal


The Royal Bengal is viewed as the national creature of India. An image of intensity and sovereignty Tiger is additionally a creature dreaded by all creatures, and along these lines considered an incomparable expert. It is currently a jeopardized species, because of vast scale executing of this creature, in any case one can see them much of the time in tiger saves.

National Song of India

Vande Mataram, composed by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee is the national song of India.

National Anthem

Jana Gana Mana, composed by the acclaimed Bengali laureate Rabindra Nath Tagore is the national song of devotion of India. The first form of this sonnet was Hindi by Abid Ali. Indians over the globe take pride and remain in pride when the national song of devotion is played and was authoritatively received by the Constituent Assembly on 24th January 1950.

National Pledge

The national promise is a pledge, where every subject swears dedication to his/her district and is discussed amid open occasions, in schools and amid imperative days of national importance. The Indian National Pledge is recorded underneath.

  • India is my country and all Indians are my brothers and sisters
  • I love my country and I am proud of its rich and varied heritage
  • I shall strive to be worthy of it.
  • I shall give my parents, teachers and all elders respect and treat everyone with courtesy
  • To my country and my people, I pledge my devotion. In their well-being and prosperity alone lies my happiness

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