National Symbols of India and their significant
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National Symbols of India and their significant

Here we provide information on National symbol of India which includes some of introduction and their significant as National symbols of Indian. Below we covered National Symbols of India and their significant such as National Song, flag, Anthem, game, bird, animal, fruit, flower, tree and some other things.

Below are the list and some small description of National Symbols of India and their significant.

National Indian Flag: Tiranga

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Indian Flag is known as “Tiranga” in Hindi.  Flag have three colors white, green and orange and at the centre flag have a wheel of law and indicate the freedom and sovereignty of India and Indian people.

National Anthem of India: Jana gana mana

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Indian Anthem is written by the Rabindranath Tagore, the popular Noble laureate. It was 1st sang in the session of Indian Congress in the yet not free India in Calcutta on 27th December 1911.

India’s National Animal: Tiger

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Tiger is the national animal of India. Tiger is popular for his royal grace, Strength, ability and enormous majesty and power. India hosts more than ½ populations of the tiger in the world and there are 8 native species of tiger found in India.

National Bird of India: Peacock

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Peacock is the symbol of grace, joy, beauty and love. It also carries religious meaning. In Hinduism, Lord Indra has been depicted in the form of a peacock, In Christianity it is symbol of “Resurrection” and in Islamic building are adorned by figures of it.

National Flower: Lotus

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It is Aquatic plant that grows in shallow water & muddy swamps. It is symbol of divinity, purity & resurrection because even in murky surroundings it remains pure & beautiful. It is also National flower of Vietnam.

National Fruit: Mango

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Mango is the largest produce fruit in India and it has more than 100 varieties in the world. It famous for its medicinal properties. It is also national fruit of Pakistan and Philippines.

National Tree: Banyan

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It is consider as National tree of India because it convey the message of accommodating every culture and tradition and nurturing them to develop pluralistic society.

National Song: Vande Mataram

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It is composed by the Bankim Chandra Chattopadhya and the music was by Jadunath Bhattacharya. It was written in Bengali and Sanskrit as hymn for goddess Durga. It was an inspiration for people of India during freedom struggle fighting for freedom.

National River of India: Ganga

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It is choose as national river of India because of it is a symbol of India’s age long culture and civilization, ever changing, ever flowing and yet ever the same Ganga.

National Motto: Satyameva Jayate

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It means that Truth along Triumphs.

National Calendar of India: Saka Samvat

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It based on the Saka Era where first month is start from Chaitra as and general years of 365 days.

National Emblem of India:  4 Lions of Ashoka Sthambh

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It was adapted by Government on 26th January 1950 and it is symbol of power, courage and confidence.

National Sport of India: Hockey

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Hockey is the National Game of India. Federation of hockey was formed in 1925, November at Gwalior. India won 5 Olympic Gold medals in row from 1928 to 1056.

Indian Currency: Rupee (INR)

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IT was adopted by Indian government on 15th July 2010. The new symbol was designed & conceptualized by Uday Kumar.

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    Please correct the line “India won 5 Olympic Gold medals in row from 1928 to 1056” it should be “India won 5 Olympic Gold medals in row from 1928 to 1956”