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INDIA NATIONAL SYMBOLS -1 (Four Loin with ashok chakra)

World Largest Democracy India having 14 National Symbols.

1. National Symbol - This symbol has taken from Ashokan pillar at Sarnath near Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh represents four lions on the top standing back to back showing the power and Royalty. Its base has an elephant,a horse, a bull and a lion separated by intervening wheels over a bell-shaped lotus and a Dharma Chakra represents the Wheel of Law carved on it. This symbol was adopted as the National Symbol of India by the Indian Government on 26th January 1950.

The two-dimensional picture of this allegory has become the official symbol of the government now that only shows three of the four lions and the base having the Dharma Chakra in the center and a bull and horse on either side and an engraved phrase that reads 'Satyameva Jayate' (Truth always wins) in the Devanagari script.

2.National Flag.

3.National Anthem.

4.National Song.

5.National Bird.

6.National Animal.

7.National Flower.

8.National Tree.

9.National Fruit.




Jaana Gaana Maana Adhinayaka Jayehai
Bharata bhagya vidhata;
Punjaba Sindhu Gujarat Maratha,Dravida Utkala Banga,

Vindhya, Himachala, Jamuna, Ganga,
Ucchhala Jaladhitaranga;
Taba Shubha Naame Jaage
Taba Shubha Ashish Maage
Gaye taba jaya gaatha.

Jana gana mangala dayaka jaya hai Bharata bhagya vidhata.
Jaya he, jaya he, jaya hai, 
Jaya jaya jaya, jaya hai!

In the year 1950 on the 24th of January, The Constituent Assembly of India decided to adopt the song  JANA-GANA-MANA as The National Anthem. The song was written and composed by noble prize winner "RABINDRANATH TAGORE". Before this The song VANDE-MA-TARAM was the National Anthem of India written and composed by "BANKIM CHANDRA CHATTOPADHYAY" is now National Song of INDIA.

The NationalAnthem InHindi fonts:-

जन गण मन अधिनायक जय हे
भारत भाग्यविधाता
पंजाब सिन्धु गुजरात मराठा
द्राविड़ उत्कल बंगा
विन्ध्य हिमाचल यमुना गंगा
उच्छल जलधि तरंगा
तव शुभ नामे जागे
तव शुभ आशीष मागे
गाहे तव जयगाथा

जन गण मंगलदायक जय हे


On 15th July 2010, The Indian government announced the Indian currency sign which is a combination of the Devanagari letter "र" (ra) and the Latin capital letter "R" without its vertical bar. The two parallel lines on the top with spaces between them gives a feel of Tricolor "TIRANGA" national flag and depict an equality sign, which symbolizes the nation's desire to reduce economic disparity.

The government planned to incorporate the new Indian rupee sign into currency notes in denominations of INR 10, 100, 500 and INR1000 from January 2012.
The character has been encoded in Unicode 6.0, at code position U+20B9 Indian rupee sign.

The Indian currency symbol is Designed by Udaya Kumar, a post-graduate in Design from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay has been chosen from Five sign short-listed from thousands of entries. The competition was held on 5 March 2009, and finally, the symbol created by Udaya Kumar is selected by the Indian finance minister.


The Indian national calendar is based on the Saka Era. The first month is Chaitra and a normal year of 365 days. It is adopted as a national calendar of India on March 22nd, 1957. Dates of the Indian national calendar have a permanent correspondence with the Gregorian calendar dates- 1 Chaitra normally falls on 22 March and on 21 March in a leap year.

The National Calendar of India is used along with the Gregorian calendar for the following official purposes- (i) Gazette of India, (ii)calendars issued by the Government of India (iii) news broadcast by All India Radio and (iv) Government communications addressed to the members of the public.


The Ganges is not only a river in India it is the lifeline of Indian society, culture, heritage, and center of spiritual sustenance of Hindus. It is worshiped as the goddess(Maa Ganga) in India. Holy river the Ganges is declared the National River of India.

Its origin is Gangotri glacier (Gomukh 3,900meter) the western Himalayas as the Bhagirathi River in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. The Ganges flows towards south and east through North India to Bangladesh, where it falls into the Bay of Bengal. After Alaknanda meets and merges in Bhagirathi At Devprayag it is known as Ganges(Ganga).

The headwaters of the Alakananda are formed by snowmelt from such peaks as Nanda Devi, Trisul, Kamet Satopanth glacier above Badrinath. The Alaknanda also contains the water of the Dhauli, the Vishnu Ganga which meets at Joshimath or Vishnu Prayag, the Mandakini River at Nandprayag, the Pindar River at Karnaprayag, and the Mandakini River at Rudraprayag before meeting Bhagirathi.

The Ganga enters th…


The Ganges River Dolphin is commonly known as "SUSU" and the scientific name is ' Platanista Gangetica' declared as National Aquatic Animal of India by the Prime minister in the year 5th October 2009 and also accepted by Ganga Basin Authority(NGRBA). The freshwater dolphins found in the Ganga are a rare species. The Indian government has taken a decision, to save Ganges Dolphins represents the purity of the Ganges river.

The Indian Government Planned to clean river The Ganga that cost around 15,000 Crore. A normal dolphin weight 100Kg with a length of 8Ft.Male dolphin is around 90-100 kg with a length of 2.0-2.2 meters on the other hand female dolphin is around 90-115Kg in weight with a length of up to 2.4-2.6 meters. A baby dolphin at the time of birth weighs around 4-7.5 kg with length 70cm -90 cm.

The Ganges dolphin breeding season is from January to June and mating takes place around March and June, After a gestation period of 9moths, a single baby born. The ne…


In The Union of India, The National Pledge is an oath of allegiance. It is commonly recited by Indians in unison at public events, during school prayers,  and on the Independence Day and Republic Day Observance Ceremonies.

The National Pledge was composed in 1962 by "Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao" in the Telugu language. And it first recited at school in "Visakhapatnam" in the year 1963. In 1963 The National pledge is translated into other Indian languages including English. And in the year 1965 on 26th January, it is introduced officially to all Indians on The Republic day.

भारत मेरा देश है | हम सब भारतवासी भाई बहन हैं |
मुझे अपना देश प्राणों से भी प्यारा है |
इसकी समृद्धि और विविध संस्कृति पर मुझे गर्व है |
हम इसके सुयोग्य अधिकारी बनने का सदा प्रयत्न करते रहेंगे |

मैं अपने माता-पिता, शिक्षकों एवं गुरुजनों का सदा आदर करुँगा और सबके साथ शिष्टता का व्यवहार करुँगा |
मैं अपने देश और देशवासियों के प्रति वफादार रहने की प्रतिज्ञा करता हूँ |
उनके कल्याण और समृद्धि में ही मेरा सुख न…

maa maya devi temple whishes comes true - haridwar

Maa Maya Devi Mandir{temple} is situated in holy city Haridwar, Uttaranchal, INDIA. It is one of the Shakti-peeth {Seedha peeth} from three Sakti-peeths situated in Haridwar(Holy city of INDIA) other two are Maa Chandi Devi & Maa Mansa Devi. It is believed that the heart and navel of goddess Sati fell in the region where the temple stands today.

It is an Ancient Temple(Mandir) constructed in the 11th century. According to the INDIAN Ancient tales, Goddess Devi Sati wife of God Shiva sacrificed her life because her father Daksh insulted her husband God Shiva. She jumped in the holy fire and finished her life. When God Shiva gets to know about her wife he got sad and anger he took her body{Devi Sati dead body}. To save the earth and entire Universe God Vishnu* used his "Sudharsan Chakra" to cut the body of Devi Sati into small pieces. Sati's navel & Heart fell down where the Maya Devi temple is located today.

The Goddess Maa Maya Devi is the Chief Goddess(deity) of H…


Maa Chandi Devi Mandir{temple} is located on the top of the "NEEL PARWAT"Shivalik hills{the southernmost mountain chain of the Himalayas} in holy city Haridwar, Uttaranchal, INDIA. The temple is also known as Neel Parvat Teerth is one of the Panch Tirth (FivePilgrimages) located within Haridwar.
This is an ancient temple constructed by Suchat Singh (King of Kashmir) in 1929 AD. But the tales saying that the deities were set up by a spiritual reformer Adi Shankaracharya in 8th of the greatest priests of Hindu religion.

Goddess Maa Chandi Devi rested at this place after killing Shumbh and Nishumbha{demon kings}. This is one of the Shakti Peethas (Siddh Peetha)of India. It is one of three such Peethas located in Haridwar, the other two being Mansa Devi Temple and Maya Devi Temple. The temple is visited by thousands of devotees every year to get the blessings and power from Goddess Devi Chandi. It is believed that if you want something from the pure heart you will ge…

MATA MANSA DEVI TEMPLE HARIDWAR"where wishes come true"fulfilled"

"Maa Mansa Devi Mandir" {Temple} is situated on the peak of a hill that is known as "Bilwa Parwat" Shivalik hills{the southernmost mountain chain of the Himalayas} in holy city Haridwar, Uttaranchal, INDIA.There are two ways to go to the peak of the hill up to temple premises {ropeway and trolley} by using Cable Car or by walking. The total length of the rope-way is 540 meters (1,770 ft) and the height it covers is 178 meters (584 ft). On a normal day, the temple is open between 8 am and 5 pm, except for lunch closings from 12 pm to 2 pm. It is 2.5 km from the main city. From the top of the hill, you can see whole Haridwar a very fine beautiful panoramic view of Haridwar.

Maa Mansa Devi Mandir is a very popular and holy temple among peoples in INDIA. It is also known as "Bilwa Tirth".
It is one of the Panch Tirth (Five Pilgrimages) within Haridwar. The temple is famous for being the holy abode of Manasa, a form of Shakti and is said to have emerged from th…