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National Symbols of India

In today’s article from Adda247, there is another opportunity for the candidates preparing for the upcoming exams to strengthen their general awareness…that is, one more topic which can prove helpful for you in the upcoming exams…today’s This article provides all the information related to the National Symbols of India…

List of National Symbols-List of National Symbols of India

Every nation has its own unique identity, which is unanimously accepted by everyone. A nation is identified by its symbols and its citizens. The national symbol of a country has its own history, personality and uniqueness. There are total 17 national symbols of India, Today through this article we will learn about all the national symbols of India with the help of which India has a different place in the world. National Symbols- Do you know what are the national symbols of India? Let us see what these symbols are-

Topic National symbol
National flag tricolor
national anthem Jan Gan Man
national calendar Saka calendar
National anthem Vande Mataram
national symbol Ashoka Pillar
national fruit Mango
national river Ganges
National Animal Royal Bengal Tiger
national tree Indian Banyan
national vegetable Pumpkin
National currency indian rupee
national bird Peacock
National flower Lotus
national reptile King Cobra
national heritage animal Elephant
national aquatic animal gangetic dolphin
highest national award Bharat Ratna
national script Devanagari Hindi

National Flag – Tricolor

The national flag was adopted by the Indian Constituent Assembly on July 22, 1947. It has three horizontal stripes of saffron, white and green colors in equal proportions. The colors of these three stripes have a different significance. Like saffron color symbolizes renunciation and sacrifice, white color symbolizes peace, truth and purity and green color symbolizes the prosperity of the country. The ratio of length and width of the flag is 2:3 respectively and there is a dark blue circle on the white stripe in the middle. There are 24 spokes in this wheel. This Chakra has been taken from the Ashoka Pillar located in Sarnath.

National Anthem- Jana Gana Mana

The Indian Constituent Assembly adopted “Jana Gana Mana”, composed by Rabindranath Tagore, as the national anthem of India on January 24, 1950. It was first sung at the Calcutta session of the Indian National Congress on December 27, 1911. It takes approximately 52 seconds to sing. There are 5 posts in this. It takes about 20 seconds to sing the first and last stanza.

Jan Gan Man Adhinayak Jaya hey

Bharat Bhagya Vidhata!
Punjab Sindhu Gujarat Maratha Dravid Utkal Banga
Vindhya Himachal Yamuna Ganga surging water wave
Then auspicious names arise, then auspicious blessings are asked,
Gahe tav jai gatha.
O people, auspicious Jai, the creator of India’s destiny!
Jai hei, jai hei, jai hei,

Jai Jai Jai Jai.

National Calendar- Saka Calendar

The Saka calendar was created by the Calendar Committee in 1957. The help of Indian almanac was taken in its construction.

National song- Vande Mataram

“Vande Mataram”, composed by Bankimchandra Chatterjee, was adopted as the national anthem of India in 1950. It was first sung by Rabindranath Tagore in 1896 in the political context of the Indian National Congress. This song has been written by Bankimchandra Chatterjee in his novel “Anandmath” whose language is Bengali and Sanskrit. There are total 6 verses in it.

Vande Mataram
Sujalan Suflam
Suhasinim sweet speaking
happy blessings blessings

Vande Mataram.

National Symbol- Ashoka Pillar

This symbol is taken from the Ashoka Pillar built by the Maurya Emperor Ashoka in Sarnath. It was adopted as the national emblem of India on January 26, 1950. It has “Satyamev Jayate” written in Devanagari script which means “Truth always wins”. “Satyameva Jayate” has been taken from Mundakopanishad. It has four lions with their backs towards each other. Below this there are figures of elephant, horse, bull and lion. There is a circle between all the animals.

National Fruit- Mango

The scientific name of mango, the king of fruits, is Mangifera indica. It has been adopted as the national fruit of India.

National River- Ganga

Ganga, one of the longest rivers and sacred rivers of India, is called the national river of India. It originates in the form of Bhagirathi River from the Gangotri Glacier of the Himalayas and meets the Sundarbans of the Bay of Bengal. Its total length is approximately 2510 km. Is. Among its tributaries, the names of Mahakali, Karnali, Kosi, Gandak, Saryu, Yamuna, Son and Mahananda are prominent.

National Animal- Royal Bengal Tiger

The Royal Bengal Tiger or Bagh was adopted as the national animal of India in April 1973. It has bright yellow stripes on its body. Their maximum age is 20 years. Their scientific name is ‘Panthera Tigris’.

National Tree- Indian Banyan

The Indian banyan has been adopted as the national tree of India. This tree has special recognition in Hindu religion. Many medicinal properties are also found in it.

National Vegetable- Pumpkin

Other names of pumpkin are Sitaphal, Kashiphal, Ramkohala, and in Sanskrit, Kushmand, Pushpphal, Brihatphal, Valliphal. Vitamin A is found in abundance in it.

National Currency- Indian Rupee

The work of controlling the Indian rupee is done by the Reserve Bank of India.

National Bird- Indian Peacock

The Indian peacock has been adopted as the national bird of India. They have been provided protection under the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Section 1972 and their illegal trade has been banned. Its scientific name is Pavo Crittatus.

National Flower- Lotus

Lotus has been adopted as the national flower whose scientific name is Nelumbo nucifera.

National Reptile- King Cobra

King Cobra is the longest poisonous snake in the world. Its scientific name is Ophiophagus Hannah.

National Heritage Animal – Elephant

The Indian elephant is called a national heritage animal. Its scientific name is Elephas Maximus.

National Aquatic Animal- Gangetic Dolphin

Dolphin found in river Ganga is called the national aquatic animal. Its scientific name is Platanista Gangetica. It has been adopted as the national aquatic animal of India on 18 May 2010. It is a mammalian animal that can survive only in pure and fresh water.

Highest National Award- Bharat Ratna

Bharat Ratna was established on January 2, 1954 by the then President of India Rajendra Prasad. It is awarded in the fields of art, literature, science, public service and sports. In this, the image of the Sun is decorated on the shape of Peepal leaf. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was awarded the first Bharat Ratna in 1954. Sachin Tendulkar is the only sportsperson and the youngest person to be awarded the Bharat Ratna.

National Language- Devanagari Hindi

Hindi was adopted as the national language on September 14, 1949, hence September 14 is celebrated as Hindi Day every year.

Note- You must have been reading till now that the national game of India is hockey but let us tell you that no game is named as the national game of India.

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