Geography topics for you to learn and enjoy

The national flag of India

Indian flag images

Colour in Indian flag

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This colour in flag template comes in three versions, all downloaded in the same document. The first page has a title at the top of the colour in India flag template. The second template gives a large white border to the flag and the third template allows you to colour right up to the edge of the page. Click on the link above to download the document.

India flag bunting - Printable

printable bunting - India flag | free printables - India flag

To download - click on the bunting image.

Free to print off and use in schools and at home

India's flag came into being in July 1947. There are three different coloured bands with deep saffron (orange) on the top, followed by white and then green. It its centre is a navy blue wheel, the Ashoka Chakra, which must have 24 evenly spaced spokes. India's flag, by law, is only allowed to be made from khadi, a specific hand spun cloth made from cotton or silk, made popular by Mahatma Gandhi. 


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