Berhampur,14/08/19:Let the flag high, It doesn’t means that flag bearer’s rule spreads to infinite, It’s not about ego, it’s not about egoistic pride, even not about egoistic togetherness. It’s about the representation of the characteristics of community, community men and nature there. Let the flag high is to motivate them to imbibe those higher energies, which conveyedby the flag.
What are the energies of Indian-ness (Bhartiyata) , This was the basic thoughts behind the Tirangaa. That should be something like that which includes all the possible tones of Indian-ness, that was the efforts and thought of Gandhi and Gandhi-men’s. After several distillation with time the current national flag Tirangaa came.
The Ashok Chakra at the centre, previously Charkha- the spinning wheel at the centre, the three colours all these are the motivations to wave Indian-nessaround.
That is not red, that is Bhagwa, The saffron. That is not red means that that is not only about sacrifice, power. That is bhagwa, the saffron, the mix of red, high energy and yellow, the higher purpose. That is about fearlessness with sense of right. That is about Ram.
The white is pure light, peaceful light. It represents beings of that character which makes everything pure and peaceful, by involving themselves in them absolutely. This is Budhh, this is about lotus.
The green is the colour of nature. With nature, while seeing it, while feeling it, a balance is happened inside. So green is harmonious living with nature. It’s about sustainable &Eco-friendly ways.
Charkha convey democratic ways, it’s about self-dependency, it’s about third government the panchayat, and it’s about real independence.
The Ashok Chakra represents the life cycle. As about life-death-life…, about Karma-result-destiny-karma-result…, about start-end-start-eternal-lity. So, becauseof this it’s the wheel of dharma i.e. the correct sense of life.
If there is any world flag that will be of no shape no colour, an invisible one. Or that will be of all shape, all colours, and still invisible one. Means either that will be all or nothing. That will remain same in any perturbation. That will be Shiva, the well of all energies.