A piece of fabric mostly rectangular that contains a certain pattern, design, or symbol constituting it is coloured differently as a flag. When this country is associated with a nation it holds far more importance. Each colour signifies a certain history and there are reasons and meaning for the colours and everything that the flag holds about the country. Every country that is no longer ruled by another and is a free nation, has a flag that represents its heritage. Many take interest in learning about the flags representing a country across the globe. Vexillology is the term that is used to describe the study of flags for history and symbolism. In this National Flag Speech article, we will learn about the different ways to present a Speech on National Flag, it can be a long or even a short one.
This format of National Flag Speech is helpful for students in higher grades from 8-12 as they are organizers of many such national events in the school and this simple speech can come in handy.
Good morning everyone, Respected Principal, teachers and my dear friends, I am REB (mention your name) and I feel honoured to be here today to speak about the national flag. Now I am certain that we have all seen our national flag, it is a tri-colour with a navy blue chakra in the centre.
But did you know that every country has its own set of colours that are displayed in their national flags? And each colour symbolises a certain meaning and holds a value for the people of the respective country.
As for our national flag, it is a rectangular fabric and horizontally coloured with saffron at the top the colour is also called Kesari, white in the middle and green at the bottom. A navy blue Ashoka Chakra with 24 spikes is placed at the centre. This triband is also called ‘Tiranga’ which means tri-colour.
Pingali Venkayya, a freedom fighter and a Gandhian ideologist, designed our national flag. It was first adopted 73 years ago on 22nd July in the year 1947 by the Constituent Assembly of India. When we were a republican and the same year when we obtained our independence. It has since been referred to as the Indian National Flag. And is representative of our nation on the world stage. In 1921, the idea for a flag was first proposed to the Indian National Congress.
The top saffron band denotes courage and strength that was exhibited by our young and new nation, the white band in the middle represents peace and truth. And the green band represents the growth, fertility as well as auspiciousness of our motherland.
The most striking symbol in our national flag is at the centre and the middle of the white band. The symbol is the Ashoka Chakra or the Dharma Chakra. Chakra means a wheel that further reinforces the idea that change is the only constant and our lives like the wheel must move ahead because in stagnation lies death. And of the fact that India should embrace change instead of resisting, as that makes the dynamism more peaceful.
This design of the chakra or the wheel is seen on the abacus of the Sarnath Lion Capital of Ashoka or the Ashoka Pillar, with 4 lions on top, which is the National emblem of our country. Made during the Mauryan Dynasty by the emperor Ashoka- The Great.
Our National Flag also evokes a sense of patriotism, in every aspect of our country from its diversity in culture, rich heritage and history. There is no other country in the world as diverse as ours, and we must take pride in that. Unlike earlier when the use of our national flag was limited, today national pride can be expressed in many ways and many civilians do so by the use of Tiranga in our cars, homes, clothes and homes. Every time our flag is raised I am reminded of what a great country I was born into and our flag completely justify its representation.
This short and simple National Flag speech is helpful for students in grades 4-7 as one can keep it brief and still convey all the important points of the topic.
Good morning everyone, respected principal, teachers and my dear friends, thank you for giving me this opportunity to deliver a speech on National Flag. A flag is specific to each country that can design in a way that displays the country’s history and what they stand for today. Every free nation has its own flag specific to its culture, tradition, history and heritage.
Indian Flag is a tri-cloured flag also known as Tiranga, designed by Pingali Venkayya, a freedom fighter. And was adopted in our year of Independence 1947 on July 22. Our national flag very thoughtfully designed denotes the values our nation has adopted and will do so even in the forthcoming years.
The 3 bands are saffron at the top, symbolising courage and strength because of which our countrymen fought bravely for independence. The middle white band symbolises peace and truth with a Dharma chakra of Ashoka Chakra with 24 spikes enhancing the importance of movement and not resisting change which is the only way to grow. And the bottom green band denotes the fertility and the growth of a young nation like ours with untapped potential.
Until the year 2005 after so many amendments in the act of using the national flag the ban or limitations were removed. And today one can freely use the national flag or its symbol in outfits, vehicles, offices and homes displaying national pride. I am proud of my country and the rich history and diversity it embodies.
This is a brief National Flag Speech which will prove to be helpful for students in grade 1-3.
The national flag represents the ideas, values and virtues of the citizens and the nation with which it moves forward.
The flag was adopted in 1947 on 22nd July that was designed by a freedom fighter who was also a Gandhian Pingali Venkayya. Although it was in 1921 when the idea of a flag for the nation which was under British rule was proposed in the Indian National Congress Assembly.
Every country has its own flag with meanings and symbols with colours they hold some value to.
The Indian National flag is also called Tiranga indicating 3 bands of colours and a 24 spike Ashoka Chakra.
The saffron or Kesari means courage and strength, it is the top band that is horizontally coloured alike the other two.
Right below it in the middle is the white band symbolizing truth and peace that also holds a Dharma or Ashoka Chakra.
The chakra or the wheel indicates that there is life only when one embraces change because once you stop you are stuck and stagnant that can only mean death or no growth.
The green band at the bottom of our flag represents fertility, growth and the nurturing nature of our motherland, India.
Salute to the leaders who brought us independence, and the national flag that will forever hold their legacy and our history intact.