TEN SENTENCES ESSAYS - 1
1. The National Flag is a symbol of a free country.
2. It stands for the whole county.
3. It is a tri-colour flag with an Ashok Chakra in the middle.
4. Ashok Chakra for non-violence.
5. On the occasion of national days, we hoist our national flag.
6. The flag is the symbol of our honour and dignity.
7. We should pay our homage to it.
8. It will remind us of our duty to the country.
9. We should always keep its prestige everywhere.
10. We should respect our country flag.
TEN SENTENCES ESSAYS - 2
1. We have a national flag of our own.
2. It stands for the whole nation
3. It is a tri-colour flag with Ashoka Chakra in its middle
4. Ashoka Chakra stands for non-violence
5. The flag is the pride of the country.
6. We have accepted it since our independence.
7. We should keep its prestige at any cost.
8. On national days we hoist our national flag.
9. We bow before the flag.
10. We sing national, anthem in its honour.
Essay on Flag of India – 3 (200 words)
You must have seen our tri-colour, national flag waving proudly in the breeze over the highest tower of the Red Fort at Delhi. Years of hard struggle and sacrifice made it possible for India to become free on 15th August 1947. And then the tricoloured flag became the National Flag. Every free nation in the world has its own flag. This is flown from Government buildings on national holidays and other important occasions. In India, we have 15th August and 26th January as our national holidays. On 15th August (Independence Day), the flag is unfurled by our Prime Minister from the Red Fort, while on 26th January (Republic Day), the President of India salutes the flag from a platform near India Gate at New Delhi.
Our national flag has three colours, orange, white and green. In the middle, we have the Ashok Chakra, which stands as a symbol of the ancient civilisation of India.The three colours of our flag stand for peace, strength, courage, and prosperity. The orange colour stands for strength and courage, the white for peace and justice and the green one for welfare. The cloth of the flag is pure hand-woven khadi. We should always love and respect our national flag. We should always stand up when the flag is unfurled, and the national song is sung.
INDIAN NATIONAL FLAG ESSAY
The Indian National flag is a tricolour flag which is called “TRIRANGA”. India is our country and the national flag is very important for all of us. It the symbol of unity for the people of different religions living here.
The national flag is a unique identity of being a citizen of an independent nation. The independent nations have their unique flag. The National flag is hoisted on every national occasion by the government official. But in India, the Indian citizens are also allowed to fly the national flag on national events. It is hosted in the government offices, schools and other educational institutions on the occasions of Republic day, Independence Day and other national events.
The Indian national flag was first time adopted on 22nd July in 1947. Our national flag is a beautifully designed with three colours called as the tricolour flag. It is made up of hand-made khadi clothes. It is completely restricted to make the Indian flag using clothes other than the Khadi. It was designed horizontally using tricolour strips of saffron, white and green. The middle white portion has navy blue colour Ashok chakra with 24 spokes. These all have their own meaning and significance. The topmost colour of the national flag is saffron, the middle is white and lower is deep green. The saffron colour symbolizes the sacrifice and selflessness, white colour is for truth and purity and green is for youth and energy. And the Ashok chakra symbolizes the peace and courageousness.
India got the freedom after long years of struggle of many people more than thousands brave Indian Freedom fighters. And we became independent on 15th August in 1947 from the British rule. Before the independence of India, the national flag of India was adopted on 22nd July in 1947 as the symbol of unity and great triumph. Our national flag is courage and inspiration for us. It makes us remember the sacrifices of our great Indian freedom fighters. And it makes us realize that how tough that moment was for them. Getting freedom was not easy. We should always respect our flag and never let it go down for our motherland.
Before the independence of India, various Indian flags were designed to precede the Indian Independence movement to get freedom from the British rulers. Finally, the present design of the national flag was officially adopted. Earlier the display of national flag was prohibited by the common people and it was only displayed by the government officials during any national event and later it was allowed to the common public.
Our national flag teaches us the lesson of unity, peace and humanity. It helps us to believe in the truth and unity. It is hosted every year by the Indian prime minister on 15th August and by the president of India on 26th January. It is hosted by both of them at red fort followed by an address to people of India. There is a huge program on these events by the people of every state.
We all are to be an Indian and we all should respect our national flag and never let its honour go down.