Nepal Flag | National Flag of Nepal

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Nepal Flag | National Flag of Nepal

The current Nepalese flag was adopted on December 12, 1962. The individual flags that make up the national flag had been used during the past two centuries and the double flag has been in use since the 19th century.The upper triangle bears a white silhouette of the moon, which represents the royal family and its power. The lower triangle that holds the symbol of the sun stands for Rana family and the political power. The combination of these two symbologies should represent the hope for Nepalese independence to last as long as there are the sun and the moon. The flag´s serrated shape also evokes the peaks of the Himalayas. The red color of the background indicates energy.

In Which Year the national flag is adopted?
Ans: December 12, 1962.

In Which Date the national flag is adopted?
Ans: December 12, 1962.

What are the colours of the flag ?
Ans: White.

What do the colors of the flag mean?
Ans: The upper triangle bears a white silhouette of the moon, which represents the royal family and its power.