|Name||Ashoka Chakra Pin(अशोक चक्र पिन)|
|Use||Civil and state flag and ensign|
|Adopted||1912 2, January|
The current Flag of New India, officially called the Ashoka Chakra Pin (अशोक चक्र पिन), was adopted in 1912 2, January. It has two sides:golden yellow and white, with the Ashoka Chakra in the center. The yellow is peace and the white is order. The Ashoka Chakra has 24-points on it.
Specifications of the Flag
The flag was based on the religious symbol of Hindu the Ashoka Chakra. The flag's ratio is 1:2, which is actually shorter than the first one made. These were the aspects until they reurbished to: