Har Ghar Tiranga Campaign: Rules To Hoist Tiranga At Home

The Tricolour on display should occupy the position of honour and should be distinctly placed.

A damaged or dishevelled flag should never be displayed. The National Flag should always be in perfect condition.

The Tricolour should never be displayed inverted, which means the saffron band should never be at the bottom.

The national flag should not be dipped in salute to any person or thing.

No other flag or bunting should be placed higher than or above or side by side with the National Flag.

No object, including flowers, garlands, or emblems, should be placed on or above the flag mast.

The National Flag should not be used as a festoon, rosette, bunting, or in any other way for decoration.

The National Flag should not be used as a festoon, rosette, bunting, or in any other way for decoration.

The National Flag should not touch the ground or the floor or trail in the water under any circumstance or condition.

There should be no lettering on the flag

How should the National Flag be disposed of?

The damaged or weathered national flag must be disposed of as a whole in  private. It can be done by either burning or any other method that  gives due regard to its dignity.

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