Finally, no other flag in the world is well thought and well designed as the Nepali Flag. Each and every aspect of Nepali flag conveys the history, symbolize the Geography of Nepal and also character of the Nepalese people.
|Proportion of Nepal Flag:||11:9|
|Adoption of Nepal Flag:||December 16, 1962|
|Design of Nepal Flag:||Combination of two red triangles with blue border, with a sun and crescent moon.|
|Nepali Flag before Dec 16, 1962|
|Flag of Mustang:|
|Flag of Kirat State - Nepal:||
Maoist Declared, the Kirat Autonomous State out of the districts: Solukhumbu, Sankhuwasabha, Okhaldhunga, Khotang, Bhojpur and Udayapur. This is a national flag of the Kirati people which represented the Kirat-Desh (Kirat Country) in the very ancient War of Kurukshetra, described in the epic of Mahabharata and dated sometime between 5561 BC to 800 BC. Kirat Flag served as a model for the Nepali Flag and some are suggesting it should be adopted as the new national flag for Nepal
Color: The saffron yellow represents the sun will never set in Kiratdesa (Nepal)
Shape: The unique double triangle of Kirat flag symbolize Kirateas during Vedic age which is over 5000+ years ago. Also, represent the Himalayas
Symbol: The Circle represents the universe, both external and internal. The inner circle represents the Mother earth. The outer circle represent the sky or the Father sky. The bow and arrow symbolizes "Kiratas" as warriors.
The fact this significant piece of Nepali history was hidden from the world was because of the censorship imposed by the previous Hindu Shah-Rana leaders. But with the abolition of last Nepali monarch and the establishment of a federal democratic republic of Nepal in May 28, 2008, this is one of the many facts of Nepali history that is coming into daylight. [Source: Courtesy: New Spotlight & NTY 2011]
|Veer Savarkar wrote:||To the Independent Hindu kingdom of Nepal all Hindus feels itself most loyally attached and would ever strive to strain every nerve in defending its honour and integrity. It is the only part of our Mother Land which continues down to this day as a Dharma Kshettra unsullied by the humiliating shadow of an alien non-Hindu Flag|