Unknown Trivia Facts About The Indian National Flag! Quiz

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This is an unknown trivia fact about the Indian national flag! The Indian flag is made up of three colors, which are saffron, white, and green. Each of the colors represents something from India and is a symbol of pride for Indian citizens. How well do you know the Indian flag? Take up this test and get a deeper understanding of this national symbol.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How many SPOKES are there in "ASHOK CHAKRA" situated in our flag?

    • A.

      24

    • B.

      26

    • C.

      25

    • D.

      22

    Correct Answer
    A. 24
    Explanation
    The Ashok Chakra, situated in the center of the Indian flag, consists of 24 spokes. These spokes represent the 24 hours of the day and symbolize the continuous progress of the nation. The Ashok Chakra is inspired by the Lion Capital of Ashoka, an ancient sculpture that is now the national emblem of India.

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  • 2. 

    Meaning of SAFFRON color in our Indian Flag...

    • A.

      Power and unity

    • B.

      Truth and simplicity

    • C.

      Pwer and energy

    • D.

      Truth and Unity

    Correct Answer
    A. Power and unity
    Explanation
    The saffron color in the Indian flag represents power and unity. It symbolizes the strength and courage of the Indian people, as well as their commitment to stand together as a united nation. The color saffron is also associated with sacrifice and renunciation, highlighting the selflessness and dedication of the Indian people towards their country.

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  • 3. 

    What is LENGTH: WIDTH ratio of our Flag?

    • A.

      2:3

    • B.

      4:6

    • C.

      3:2

    • D.

      4:2

    Correct Answer
    C. 3:2
    Explanation
    The length to width ratio of the flag is 3:2. This means that for every 3 units of length, there are 2 units of width.

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  • 4. 

    When was the flag for free India adopted?

    • A.

      15th Aug, 1947

    • B.

      22nd July, 1947

    • C.

      26th Jan, 1953

    • D.

      1st Jan, 1953

    Correct Answer
    B. 22nd July, 1947
    Explanation
    The flag for free India was adopted on 22nd July, 1947. This date marks an important milestone in India's history as it signifies the country's independence from British rule. The adoption of the flag symbolizes the sovereignty and freedom of India as a nation.

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  • 5. 

    Name the person whose design of the national-flag for free-India was finally accepted.

    • A.

      Badruddin Tyabji

    • B.

      Pratibha Patil

    • C.

      Rabindra Nath Tagore

    • D.

      Pingali Venkayya

    Correct Answer
    A. Badruddin Tyabji
  • 6. 

    After India became a free nation, where did the first outdoor official flag hoisting take place in the world?

    • A.

      Canada

    • B.

      Pakistan

    • C.

      U.S.A

    • D.

      Australia

    Correct Answer
    D. Australia
    Explanation
    After India became a free nation, the first outdoor official flag hoisting took place in Australia. This event occurred on September 22, 1947, at the Victorian Parliament House in Melbourne. The flag was hoisted by the then Prime Minister of Australia, Robert Menzies, to celebrate India's independence. This historic event marked the beginning of a new era for India and its relationship with other nations around the world.

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  • 7. 

    Last amendment (changes) in "Flag code of India", takes effect from......

    • A.

      January 01, 2002

    • B.

      January 26, 2002

    • C.

      Aug 15, 2002

    • D.

      January 26, 1953

    Correct Answer
    B. January 26, 2002
    Explanation
    The last amendment to the "Flag code of India" took effect on January 26, 2002.

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  • 8. 

    When was Tiranga firt planted on the Mountain Everest?

    • A.

      27th May, 1958

    • B.

      29th May, 1971

    • C.

      29th May, 1953

    • D.

      27th May, 1999

    Correct Answer
    C. 29th May, 1953
    Explanation
    On 29th May, 1953, the Tiranga (Indian national flag) was first planted on the Mountain Everest. This date marks the historic achievement of Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary, who became the first climbers to successfully reach the summit of Mount Everest. The planting of the Tiranga symbolizes the triumph and pride of India in this remarkable feat.

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  • 9. 

    Who was the First Indian to have raised an Indian flag on foreign soil?

    • A.

      Bhikhaji Rustom Cama

    • B.

      Mahatma Gandhi

    • C.

      Lala lajpat rai

    • D.

      Pandit Nehru

    Correct Answer
    A. Bhikhaji Rustom Cama
    Explanation
    Bhikhaji Rustom Cama was the first Indian to have raised an Indian flag on foreign soil. She was a prominent figure in the Indian independence movement and a leading activist for women's rights. Cama hoisted the flag in Stuttgart, Germany, during the International Socialist Conference in 1907. Her act was a symbolic gesture of defiance against British colonial rule and an assertion of India's struggle for independence. Cama's courageous act paved the way for future Indian leaders to assert their national identity on the world stage.

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  • 10. 

    The design and manufacturing process for the national flag is regulated by...

    • A.

      Parliament of India

    • B.

      Flag Foundation Of India

    • C.

      Khadi Gram Udhyog, India.

    • D.

      Bureau of Indian Standards

    Correct Answer
    D. Bureau of Indian Standards
    Explanation
    The Bureau of Indian Standards is responsible for regulating the design and manufacturing process of the national flag in India. They ensure that the flag is produced according to the set standards and guidelines to maintain its integrity and symbolism. This ensures that the national flag is made with the appropriate materials, colors, and dimensions, and is of high quality. The Bureau of Indian Standards plays a crucial role in upholding the dignity and respect of the national flag.

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