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Indian flag and its reformations

Indian flag and its reformations
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Indian Flag And Its Reformations. The national flag of India which we presently use was designed by Pingali Venkayya, a freedom fighter of India. Various so-called national flags had been used by members of the Indian independence movement prior to independence being achieved in 1947. Venkayya\'s version was first designed for the Indian National Congress and subsequently, which was subsequently modified in 1947.

The national flag of India which we presently use was designed by Pingali Venkayya, a freedom fighter of India. Various so-called national flags had been used by members of the Indian independence movement prior to independence being achieved in 1947. Venkayya's version was first designed for the Indian National Congress and subsequently, which was subsequently modified in 1947.

The Indian national flag is the symbolic representation of India's long struggle for freedom and is to be considered as a national treasure. It connotes the status of India as an independent republic. The Indian National Flag came into being in its present form at the meeting of Constitutional Assembly on 22nd July 1947. Since then it has first served as the National Flag of the Dominion of India from 15 August 1947 to 26 January 1950 and thereafter as the national flag of the Republic of India.

Before this current flag, there were many flags in force. The pictorial representation of various flags with the year of their emergence is placed below:

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