The Tiranga will inspire the country’s march forward
The right to display India’s flag within our own country was worth a legal fight over because it symbolizes national ideals and represents the Constitution in a way that’s special to us citizens.
It fills me with immense pride and joy as India celebrates its 75th year of Independence. As a country, we proudly and rightfully claim that we are the world’s largest democracy. Yet, the most solemn symbol of our country, our national flag which we lovingly call the Tiranga, was perhaps truly democratized only on 23 January 2004. A date when the Supreme court of India gave me and every Indian the right to display the national flag with due respect at offices and homes, after a 10 year long legal battle.