PM Narendra Modi on Friday disclosed the new Naval ensign in Kochi, Kerala. The new Indian Navy banner was revealed in front of the charging of the Indian Aircraft Carrier (IAC) Vikrant because of PM Narendra Modi.
The Saint George’s cross which has been on its banner since the British rulers put it during the pre-autonomy period has been eliminated from the new Indian Navy banner.
The components of the new Indian Navy banner comprise of the public banner (tricolor) in the uppper left canton, representing the public soul of India’s oceanic power.
In the lower right hand corner on the fly side, the Indian Navy’s new symbol comprises of the Indian public seal with the public proverb ‘Satyamev Jayate’ engraved in Devanagari content, anchor and Navy’s saying: Shan no Varunaha (Be favorable unto us goodness Varuna) inside a blue octagon.
The octagon portrays eight bearings, representing favorable luck, forever, recharging and draws positive energy from all headings.
Strangely, the brilliant line of the octagon addresses the Rajmudra of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the unbelievable sixteenth century Maratha hero, whose vision to lay out a swarajya stretched out past the land boundaries of his realm and ruled the oceans through his strongholds like the Sindhudurg, Janjira and others.
Developments, boats and foundations of the Indian Navy would embrace the new Naval ensign.
Guard Minister Rajnath Singh, Governor Arif Mohammad Khan, CM Pinarayi Vijayan and different dignitaries were additionally present on the event alongside PM Narendra Modi.