Our National Flag Paragraph
Write a paragraph on ‘Our National Flag’ in about 150 words answering the following questions.
(a) What does it symbolize?
(b) Who is the designer of our national flag?
(c) When and where is the initial version of the flag hoisted?
(d) What is its size?
(e) What are its colours?
(f) What do the colours indicate?
(g) Where is it hoisted?
(g) When is the national flag kept at half-mast?
(g) How can you uphold its honour?
Paragraph on OUR NATIONAL FLAG
Our national flag is the symbol of our independence and sovereignty. This flag is designed by the Bangladeshi famous painter, Quamrul Hassan. And the initial version of the flag is hoisted in Bangladesh for the first time at the Dhaka University on 2 March 1971. It is rectangular in size. There is a red circle in the midst of green. The ratio of the length and width of the flag is 10: 6. The green in the flag is the symbol of the youth while the red is the symbol of the sacrifices of the freedom fighters who laid down their lives.
Our national flag represents our national identity. To show due respect and honour to our national flag is our national duty. We pay respect to it by keeping it aloft in all our offices and organizations on all working days. The national flag is kept at half-mast on national mourning days. We can uphold its honour by doing our national duties properly.
Our National Flag paragraph for JSC and SSC
Every free nation has a flag of its own. It is the symbol of independence and sovereignty (of a free) country. Bangladesh is also a free country. So she has got a flag of her own. Her people feel proud of her flag because it means that Bangladesh is a free and sovereign country.
It reminds us of the valiant struggle of our freedom fighters to set the country free. Its shape is rectangular having a proportion of 10:6. It is of different sizes according to its use.
The flag is hoisted every day on top of our important government buildings and educational institutions. It is hoisted everywhere on the occasions of the independence day and the victory day.
The national flag is kept half-mast on the occasions of national mourning days. There are two colours. They are green and red. The green is the symbol of the youth and the red is the symbol of the sacrifices of the freedom fighters who laid down their lives.
We salute the national flag and remember the supreme sacrifice of our freedom fighters. I feel very proud of my national flag because whenever and wherever I see national lag it reminds me that I am a citizen of a free country. I can uphold its honour by doing our national duties properly.
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