Flag Foundation of India held a HarGharTiranga celebration on Saturday at central park, Connaught Place, New Delhi . The HarGharTiranga campaign is being commemorated by the Flag Foundation of India .
New Delhi, India, August 6: The Flag Foundation of India held a HarGharTiranga celebration on Saturday at central park, Connaught Place, New Delhi, commemorating the 75th anniversary of India's independence.Since more than two decades, the Flag Foundation of India has been dedicated to raising awareness of the use of the national flag and its display with reverence, under its president, Naveen Jindal.On Saturday, hundreds of people gathered in central park to celebrate the historic evening under the central park's majestic Monumental National Flag.Parleen Gill and his band, a renowned Indian Idol artist, enchanted the audience with his patriotic songs.The HarGharTiranga campaign is being commemorated by the Flag Foundation of India, which began as a wish of its president Naveen Jindal, who fought a decade-long legal battle to win the right for any Indian to wear the National Flag on all days of the year with reverence.The flag displaying is a little act of Patriotism.It's equally important to draw inspiration from the flag and live by its ideals.I am so grateful to the Government of India for taking up this noble cause and adding to it the necessary changes to India's Flag Code, facilitating greater accessibility and removing barriers in the display of the national flag. When we fly the banner, we lift above our partisan and religious positions and simply proclaim ourselves to be proud Indians.The Flag motivates us to perform our respective jobs safely and commit ourselves to nation-building.In a statement, Naveen Jindal, President of Flag Foundation of India, said that nothing will stop India from becoming a prosperous nation.Flag Foundation of India was established as a non-profit organisation under the Societies Registration Act of 1980. Naveen Jindal and Shallu Jindal founded the Flag Foundation of India with the intention of popularizing the Tiranga amongst Indians, with a high sense of pride; FFOI has been trying to inspire countless Indians from around the world to wear the national flag, bringing laurels to the nation in whatever niche they are.In an attempt to foster the use of the national flag by the general public, the Foundation has been hosting talks on the subject, and has released books on the National Flag, as well as CDDVDs of patriotic songs by noted Indian singers.The Flag Foundation has also run Tiranga runs in Delhi and Haryana, and has erected more than 90 monumental flags around India.