Flag of Vishwamitra
|Civil and state flag
|11 October 2020
|A blue field charged with a gold encircled federal crown in blue, and six vertical strips in golden representing the six provinces.
|Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
The National Flag of Vishwamitra (Hindi: राष्ट्रीय ध्वज) is a blue field charged with a gold encircled federal crown in blue, and six vertical strips in golden representing the six provinces, which is the current civil and state flag of Vishwamitra and one of the most important national symbols of the nation. It was adopted in its present form on 11 October 2020 following a nation-wide flag referendum which was held between 7 and 10 October 2020. The colours have been based on that of the Swedish flag and was designed by National Artist Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu.
Design and symbolism
The flag of Vishwamitra is a bicolour standard with a width:height aspect ratio of 3:2. All the six vertical strips (in golden) are equally sized. The two colours and the design has been uniquely selected to represent the unique monarchy in the nation. Vishwamitra being an elective monarchy comprising of six royal provinces, each headed by a monarch. The six golden strips represents the six provincial monarchies and its role in the federation and the crown in the center representing the Rashtradhyaksh who is an integral and unifying figure in the nation.
Flag of the Children's Group (2010 - 2017)
Flag of the Friends Society (27 Jan - 07 April 2017)
Flag of the Friends Society (07 April - 27 Dec 2017)
Flag of the Friends Society, later, Commonwealth of Friends Society (27 Dec 2017 - 07 Jun 2020)
flag of State of Vishwamitra (08 Jun - 11 Oct 2020)
Current flag of Vishwamitra (11 Oct 2020 - present)
The first flag of the Vishwamitra was designed in 2010, with the initial years being flagless. The flag consisted of a white field and the national emblem of it.
The first flag of the Friends Society was adopted on 27 January 2017, with the name being changed from Children's Society to Friends Society. The first flag composed of a white field and the coat of arms on it.
On 13 May 2017, the Parliament voted to change the flag and a new flag was adopted. The design was - "a horizontal triband of light blue (top and bottom) and white with a Sun of May centered on the white band.
On 27 December 2017, the flag was again changed and a new flag was adopted which was composed of a brown background and the national emblem in golden.
With the usher of the monarchical era, a new flag was proposed and adopted on 06th June 2020, just two days before the adoption of the new system on 08th June 2020. The new flag composed of a blue background and the Nordic cross in golden (much similar to the national flag of Sweden). The flag composes of the federal crown and six stars representing the six provinces of the State while the crown symbolises the Rashtradhyaksh as the one who unifies the provinces and the federation. However, it cease to be used from 11 October 2020.
A referendum was held between 7 and 10 October 2020, in which a new design was voted in order for the new national flag. On 11 October 2020, the results were declared and was used to be in use from the same day.
Flag of Purvanchal
Flag of Beltola
Flag of Uttaranchal
Flag of Madhya Prant
Flag of Kamrupa
Flag of Basistha
Towns and National Capital
Flag of the Maligaon
Flag of the Gotanagar
Flag of the Dadara
Flag of the Noonmati
Flag of the National Capital Region
|The Royal Standard
|01 August 2020
Another official symbol of the Vishwamitra is the Standard of the Rashtradhyaksh. It was first introduced in 2020 for the Rashtradhyaksh.