Indian National Flag

Indian National Flag

Flag Code of India, 2002, takes effect from January 26, 2002 and supersedes the 'Flag Code-India' as it existed.

PART 1- GENERAL

The National Flag shall be a tri-colour panel made up of three rectangular panels or sub-panels of equal widths. The colour of the top panel shall be India saffron (Kesari) and that of the bottom panel shall be India green. The middle panel shall be white, bearing at its centre the design of Ashoka Chakra in navy blue colour with 24 equally spaced spokes. The Ashoka Chakra shall preferably be screen printed or otherwise printed or Tenciled or suitably embroidered and shall be completely visible on both sides of the Flag in the centre of the white panel.

The National Flag of India shall be made of hand spun and hand woven wool/cotton/silk khadi bunting.

The National Flag shall be rectangular in shape. The ratio of the length to the height (width) of the Flag shall be 3:2.

An appropriate size should be chosen for display. The flags of 450 x 300 mm size are intended for aircrafts on VVIP flights, 225 x 150 mm size for motor-cars and 150 x 100 mm size for table flags.

The standard sizes of the National Flag shall be as follows:—

SL.NO SIZE IN MM
1. 4200x6300
2. 2400x3600
3. 1800x2700
4. 1200x1800
5. 900x 1350
6. 600x900
 

PART 2 - DESCRIBES ON METHOD OF HOISTING/DISPLAY/USE OF NATIONAL FLAG BY MEMBERS OF PUBLIC, PRIVATE ORGANISATIONS, EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ETC

This sangha started its activity of Khadi production since 1954 & later wef 1975, it entered into agreement of production KHADI CLOTH as per ISI standard & supply of the same to Mumbai Khadi gr sangha –Borivili, for manufacture of INDIAN NATIONAL FLAG by the sangha., till its closure during the year 2002.

There after since 2003 , this unit is manufacturing the INDIAN NATIONAL FLAG DIRECTLY as per FLAG CODE & ISI Standards & supplying the same to Govt of India /State Govt/NGO’s /Schools/ colleges etc.

At present the sangha turn over is Rs 1.00 crore /Annum and employed locally around 300 artisans in Garag village.