The Indian national flag has a rich and fascinating history as well as It has undergone several changes over the years, and each iteration has carried its own significance, so in this article, we will take a visual journey through the history of the Indian flag from 1906 to 1947.
It all started with the desire to create something special for my country in honor of India’s 75th anniversary of independence, so as a 3D animation enthusiast, I wanted to use my skills to create something unique and meaningful.
With this intention, I came across an image that showed the evolution of the Indian flag from 1906 to 1947, and I knew that this was going to be my project.
How Many Days did It Take To Make The Video?
I spent countless hours using 3D animation to bring the concept in my head to life, carefully recreating each stage of the flag’s evolution, and I believe it took more than three days to complete. Finally, with only four days until Independence Day, I uploaded my video, “History of Indian Flag 1906-1947,” to the internet.
My video received an unexpected response and was reposted by politicians, officials, celebrities, and popular pages like RVCJ and Tatva, even appearing on TV. Despite being thrilled by the impact, some people shared it without giving me credit and removed my name and logo. Though disheartening, I was still happy it reached many people.
Many people who saw the video thanked me for educating them about the evolution of the Indian flag, and some even offered me animation jobs, But I’m still learning new things, so I decided not to take any job.
Let me know in the comments what you’d do if you were in this situation.
In the end, I’m just grateful to have had the opportunity to share something meaningful with my country and Thank you to everyone who has used my video as a WhatsApp status or on Twitter and Facebook for Independence Day and hopefully, Republic Day. My name is Bhagath Goud, and I’m from Telangana state. Software used: Blender
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Behind the scene
Evolution of Indian Flag from 1906 to 1947
The first iteration of the Indian flag was hoisted on August 7 by Madam Bhikaiji Cama. Three horizontal stripes of green, yellow, and red. Eight white lotuses at the top, Vande Mataram in the centre, and the moon and sun at the bottom.
The Home Rule Movement was led by Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Annie Besant. A flag was designed with five red and four green horizontal stripes. Featuring the Union Jack in one corner, seven stars, and a crescent with a star.
The Indian National Congress officially adopted this flag as the national flag of India in 1921. However, the flag underwent several changes over the next few decades.
The use of a spinning wheel (charkha) in the center suggested by Mahatma Gandhi. The 3 stripes; the green color represented the Muslim community, the red color represented the Hindu community, and the white color represented all the other religions.
The spinning wheel as the national symbol adopted by The Indian National Congress officially, surrounded by a white border with three horizontal stripes of orange, white, and green.
For the newly independent nation, The Constituent Assembly of India adopted featured three horizontal stripes of saffron, white, and green, with a navy blue chakra in the center.
The saffron represented courage and sacrifice, the white represented peace and truth, and the green represented faith and chivalry.
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