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National Emblem

National Emblem

The National Emblem of India is a republic of the Lion of Sarnath,near Varanashi in Uttar Pradesh.

The Lion Capital was erected in the third century B.C by EmperorAshoka to mark the spot

where Buddha first proclaimed his gospel of peace and emancipationto the four quarters of the

universe. The National Emblem is thus symbolic of contemporaryIndia’s reaffirmation of its ancient

commitment to world, peace and goodwill. The four Lions (onehidden from view) - symbolizing

power courage and confidence rest on a circular abacus. The abacusis girded by four smaller

animals - guardians of the four directions, the. Lion of thenorth, the Elephant of the east, the horse

of the south, and the Bull of the west. The abacus rests on alotus in full bloom, exemplifying the

fountainhead of life and creative inspirations. The motto ‘SatyamevaJayate’ inscribed below the

emblem inDevanagiri script means ‘Truth Alone Triumphs’

National Flag

National Flag

The Indian flag was designed as a symbol of freedom. The firstPrime Minister jawahaelal Nehru

called it a flag not only of freedom for ourselves, but a symbolof freedom to all people.

The flag is a horizontal tri-colour in equal proportion of deepsaffron on the top, white in the middie

and dark green at the bottom. The ratio of the width to the lengthof the flag is two is to three. In

the centre of the band, there is a wheel in navy blue to indicatethe Dharma Chakra, the wheel of

law in the Sarnath Lion Capital. It’s diameter approximates thewidth of the white band and it has

24 spokes. The saffron colour stands for courage, sacrifice andthe spirit of tenunciation; white for

purity and truth; green for faith and fertility.

Note : Colouryour National Flag accordingly

Every word that youexpress will return to you."


National Tree of India

National Tree of India

The Banyan Tree

The National Tree of India is The Banyan Tree. This huge treetowers over its neighbours and has  

the widest. The National Trees of India is The Banyan Tree. Thishuge tree towers over its neighbors

and has the widest reaching roots of all known trees, easilycovering several acres. It sends off new

shoots from its roots, so that one tree is really a tangle ofbranches, roots, and trunks. The banyan

tree regenerates and lives for an incredible length of time-thusit is thought of as the reflection,

not to mention protection from the hot sun! It is still the focalpoint and gathering place for local

councils and meetings. India has a long history of honoring thistree; it figures prominently in many

of the oldest stories of the nation.

National Sports of India

National Sports of India

Hockey, in which India has an impressive record with eight Olympicgold medals, is officially

the National sports. The Golden Era of hockey in India was theperiod from 1928-1 956 when

India won 6 consecutive gold medals in the Olympics. During theGolden Era, India played

24 Olympic matches, won all 24, scored 178 goals (at an average 0f7.43goals per match) and

conceded only 7 goals. The two other gold medals for India came inthe 1964 Tokyo Olympics

and the 1980 Moscow Olympics.

“Prayer is when you talk to God; meditation is when you listento God.”

National Flower of India

National Flower of India

Lotus scientifically known as Nelumbo Nucifera is the NationalFlower of India. It is a scared

flower and occupies a unique position in the art and mythology ofancient india and has been an

auspicious symbol of Indian culture since time immemorial. TheLotus symbolises divinity, fertility,

wealth, knowledge and notto (orget enlightenment. Lending to itsueness, the flower grows in

murky waters and rises on a long stalk above the surface to bloomglorious. It is also a symbol of

triumph, since the Lotus is rooted in the mud and can survive toregerminate for thousands of years.

It represents long life, honor, and good fortune Untouched by theimpurity, lotus symbolises the

purity of heart and mind.


National Animal of India

National Animal of India

The tiger is the symbol of India’s wealth of wildlife. Themagnificent tiger, a striped animal. The

tiger is the symbol of India’s wealth of wildlife. The magnificenttiger, Panthera tigris (Linnaeus), is

a striped animal. It has a thick yellow coat and enormous powerhas earned the tiger its pride of

place as the national animal of India. Out of eight races of thesoecies known, the Indian race, the

Royal Bengal Tiger, is found throughout the country except in thenorth-western region and also in

the neighbouringcountries, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh

National Fruit of India

National Fruit of India

The Mango is the National Fruit. It has been cultivated in Indiasince time immemorial. There are

over 100 varieties of mangoes of India, in a range of colors,sizes and shapes. Common in tropical

part of the world, mangos are savored for their sweet juice andbright colors. People in India eat

mangos ripe, or prepare them green as pickles or chutneys. Theyare rich Vitamin A, C and D.

“Prayer is the coin paid to Gratitude.”