The national flag of India adopted on independence in 1947.
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Sheldon and Amy's podcast might note that the symbol in the central white band, which is is variably interpreted as a Buddhist prayer wheel or a lotus flower symbolising enlightment gained through rebirth, is called the Ashoka Chakra, a 24-spoked Wheel of Life. The flag itself is based on a rebel flag of the pre-independence Indian National Congress, and is called the Tiranga (Hindu: tricolour)
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India is a country in Southern Asia. The Republic of India was created in its modern form in the...