Flag of Nepal

The  national flag of Nepal is the world’s only national flag that is non-quadrilateral in shape. The flag  is a simplified combination of two single pennons, the Vexillological word for a pennant. Its crimson red is the color of the rhododendron, the country’s  national  flower .Red is also the sign of victory in war. The blue border is the color of peace. The blue border symbolizes  the peace and harmony that has prevalent in the country since the age of Gautam Buddha, who was born in  Nepal. The crimson red is Nepal’s national color, and it indicates the brave spirit of the Nepalese people. The two triangles symbolize the himilayan mountains and represent the two major religions, Hindhuhism and Buddhism. the depiction of celestial bodies represents permanence the hope that Nepal will last as long as the sun and moon. the moon represent that the Nepalese are soothing and calm, while the sun symbolizes fierce resolve. The moon also symbolizes the shades and the cool weather of the Himalayas, whereas the sun symbolizes the heat  and the high temperature at     the lower part of Nepal.The flag’s shape symbolizes the a Nepalese pagoda

The sun is taken as the head of the planets and a symbol of the soul, similarly the moon is taken as the  head of the asteroids and a symbol of the heart. The sun even symbolizes eternal light. the colors used  in the flag also have religious and emotional significance. Red symbolizes closeness and blue symbolizes distance, whereas white symbolizes neutrality. Red is related to fire and blood, and blue is related to the vast sky and deep sea. Red is the symbol of  extreme heat;  blue is the symbol of extreme cold. It seems quite meaningful that the sun , the moon , and the blue  and  red colors are used together. red symbolizes bravery. It shows that  the Nepalese are brave by birth. It is even the symbol of good luck in Hindhuism. blue symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, honesty, tranquility and peace. red has the quality of arousing love , enthusiasm and energy to the soul. it is even  belived that red is the first color used by human beings.

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