Fly your Tiranga with Pride
(keep following in Mind)

The official book/ booklet that lays down the instructions or the use of our National Flag is the "FLAG CODE OF INDIA".

The time in which the national flag is normally flown during the daytime lies between the sunrise and the sunset. If it is to fly at night then it must be adequately lighted.

The Tiranga can be printed, stitched as a part of your dress or costume but not below the waistline.

When the Tiranga is flown with the national flag of another country it will be placed/flown to the left of the other country's flag. However, when the Tiranga is flown with the United Nations' flag it can be flown on either side of it.

History of Indian Flag Features Related Rules Flag Code of India 2002