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    108 Feet High National Flag – Nalanda World School

    A 108 feet high INDIAN NATIONAL FLAG hoisted in Nalanda Campus on the occasion of Republic Day 2020. Nalanda World School Boasts for having the Highest National Flag in Saharanpur or the highest in the region.

    The Indian National Flag represents the hopes and aspirations of the people of India. It is the symbol of our national pride. Every free nation of the world has its own flag. It is a symbol of a free country.

    This is really amazing to see the various changes that our National Flag went through since its first inception. It was discovered or recognised during our national struggle for freedom. The evolution of the Indian National Flag sailed through many vicissitudes to arrive at what it is today. In one way it reflects the political developments in the nation. 

    Significance Of Colours of the Flag

    In the national flag of India the top band is of Saffron colour, indicating the strength and courage of the country. The white middle band indicates peace and truth with Dharma Chakra. The last band is green in colour shows the fertility, growth and auspiciousness of the land. Highest National Flag in Saharanpur – Nalanda World School.

    The Chakra

    This Dharma Chakra depicted the “wheel of the law” in the Sarnath Lion Capital made by the 3rd-century BC Mauryan Emperor Ashoka. The chakra intends to show that there is life in movement and death in stagnation.

    In a nation as diverse as ours, where it is hard to even singularise ‘one Indian people’, it is impossible to expect everyone to have only one type of emotion towards the nation. There cannot practically be just one type of nationalism that we all adhere to. Highest National Flag in Saharanpur – Nalanda World School.

    There is also nothing political about loving India. Respect, pride and adoration for India’s National Anthem, National Flag – the Tiranga. Or for that matter any other national symbol, is a deeply personal issue. The degree of reverence – or not – towards these symbols is a powerful metaphor of how each one of us ordinary citizens feels towards India. It is is our private nationalism. In fact some of India’s major national symbols have been nurture, spontaneously, by the civil society itself.

    What is a Flag Code?

    Flag code is a set of rules or principles which needs to be followed while hoisting Indian national Flag.

    Upon India’s independence, even when the flag was unanimously adopted by the Constituent Assembly held on July 22, 1947, private citizens could fly the Indian Tricolour only on a few days in a year, such as the Independence Day and the Republic Day of India. We, the citizens of India, fought relentlessly in court for several years and won on January 23, 2004 the rights of ordinary citizens to be able to display the National Flag on all days. Highest National Flag in Saharanpur – Nalanda World School. Amar Jawan Jyoti In Saharanpur.

    Displaying the flag everyday as a symbolic gesture reminds us citizens of our duties towards the Nation. It shows our faith in and love for what we stand for.

    If you  are looking for the best school for your child, reach out to us and let us plan a visit. We are sure, as loving parents you will be more than impressed with our school & faculty alike! Best School in Saharanpur – Nalanda World School.

    Highest National Flag in Saharanpur – Nalanda World School

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