What Is the New ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ Campaign By Indian Government?
During ‘ Mann Ki Baat’, a monthly radio program, our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi has encouraged all Indians to support the ‘ Har Ghar Tiranga’ Abhiyan by posting images of the tricolor on their social media or by hoisting the National Flag on their residential places. This campaign is a major part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.
Every one of us can register for the ‘ Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign by visiting the website https://harghartiranga.com/. The next step is to select a profile picture and enter your personal information. Then, allow the website to access your location and there itself attach the flag to the website.
The best part of registration is that you can get the certificate after the above process is completed successfully. The Har Ghar Tiranga certificate will be offered in PNG image format which you can download anytime.
Another perk of this campaign is that the government has declared an online flash sale of National Flags on the website www.indiapost.gov.in through the postoffice portal. To buy, we need to visit this website. After that, on the website’s front page, click the image of the Indian Flag. One option will pop up to purchase the flag, select the option. Make sure you have mentioned the number of legs and delivery address properly. Enter your valid phone number and then the final step is to make the online payment to complete the purchase.
Talking about the material of the National Flag, things have changed over the years. The Flag Code of India, 2002 got updated on December 30, 2021. According to this revised law, the National Flag can be machine-made or can be manufactured with polyester material. It can also be manufactured from textiles made by hand-weaving, hand-spinning, wool, khadi bunting, silk, and many more.
All in all, as per the Government of India, the aim of this innovative campaign is to create a special bond with the flag and have it stand for togetherness in our beloved Country. The campaign will nurture a sense of patriotism in every Indian and raise public awareness for our National Flag.
So, let’s stand together to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Independence!