The national flag is the flag of India with a horizontal rectangular shape three-color (deep saffron, white and green) and Ashok Chakra with 24 spokes in navy blue in the center.
The rectangular tricolor flag consists of three equal horizontal segments, with upper saffron, white in the middle and green bottom. In the center of the white strip there is an image of Ashok-chakra in navy blue. It is a circular hollow wheel and has 24 spokes radiating the center.
Meaning of Indian Flag
The colors and symbols of the Indian national flag have a profound philosophical meaning. Each color is a special aspect of Indian culture, which deeply resonates in the hearts of citizens. Saffron means sacrifice and renunciation, white means peace, and green means for courage and immortality. Ashok Chakra is the depiction of Dharma Chakra. It has 24 spokes radiating the center. It represents righteousness, justice and progress. A symbol of wheel is a constant movement that heralds progress and repels stagnation.
Title: Tricolour / Tiranga
Use: National flag
Adopted on: 22 July 1947
Colors: Saffron, White and Green; Navy Blue in the Askoka Chakra
Designed by: Pingali Venkayya