The goal of the Har Ghar Tiranga, Har Din Tiranga campaign is to encourage every citizen to carry the tricolour with them every day of the year: CEO of Flag Foundation

The aim of the initiative was to inspire every Indian citizen to keep the tricolour in their hearts all 365 days of the year . The event came after the central government launched its Har Ghar Tiranga initiative .

New Delhi, India, August 7, : CEO Ashim Kohli said at a cultural event held at central park, Connaught Place, the national capital, that the aim of the initiative was to inspire every Indian citizen to keep the tricolour in their hearts all 365 days of the year.This is not just a three-day festival, but the message is that every citizen should have a tricolour in their house for the next 365 days and continue it in subsequent years.They should unite to help lead the country forward, said CEO Kohli.The event came after the central government launched its Har Ghar Tiranga initiative, and it was held with the intention of raising awareness of the use of the national flag and its display with reverence, according to Kohli.Here, we have distributed flags and will be distributing them around the country.

Gill also performed the Flag Foundations new anthem Jeetega India to a brisk reception, and President Flag Foundation of India Naveen Jindal said that seeing the Tiranga at all homes in India would be a dream come true for him.The simple act of patriotism is the display of the national flag.It is equally important to draw inspiration from the flag and live by its ideals.I am grateful to the Govt of India for taking up this wonderful initiative and introducing the necessary amendments to the Flag Code of India, easing and eliminating the need for a national flag display, Gill said in an official statement.

The Tiranga flag was established by Naveen Jindal and Shallu Jindal in India with the intention of popularizing it as a fundamental right of every citizen, with a sense of pride.