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Our National Flag

National flag is the symbol of independence to a nation. Every nation of the world has a national flag of its own. Bangladesh has also a national flag. The proportion of its length and breadth is 10:6. Our national flag is a piece of rectangular green cloth with a round red dislike patch in the middle. The radius of the red circle is one-fifth of the length of the flag. The green color represents the admiration of youthful vigor as well the green fields and the ever green subtropical forest of Bangladesh. The circle symbolizes the rising sun with new hopes and aspiration of a new nation. The flag is hoisted everyday on top of our important government building and educational institutions. It is hoisted everywhere on the Independence Day and the victory day. Our national flag always inspires us to dedicate our lives for the greater interest of the country. So we are proud of it (design flag).

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