Tajikistan Flag Meaning
The red color symbolizes the great warriors, who were not afraid to protect the open spaces and the limits of their home state. Warriors, who can sometimes sacrifice their lives only to protect their land.
The green color symbolizes farmers, their relationship with nature, prosperity, wealth of natural resources – they describe the green at that time.
Well, white, the color of purity and innocence symbolize spiritual power. It also meant the spiritual purity of holiness and thoughts and people.
The Seven Stars
The seven stars represent prosperity and modern happiness. Number seven in Tajikistan refers to magic numbers that bring luck and prosperity.
Tajikistan Flag History
The national flag of Tajikistan was adopted on 25 November 1992 following the independence of that country, the last of the former Soviet Republics to adopt their own emblems after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
The current national flag of Tajikistan is similar to the flag of the former Soviet Socialist Republic of Tajikistan, designed in 1952 consisting of the red background with the sickle and hammer symbol (same as the Soviet Union flag) and a white stripe and one smaller green strip located on the lower half of the fabric. The symbol was removed from the flag in 1991 after Tajik independence and the design was maintained until the adoption of the current flag.
When in 1992 the decision on the adoption of a new national symbol, a new flag was described in these words: “The new flag represents the unshakeable unity of the workers, peasants and intellectuals.” Consequently, the red represents the working class, green – the peasantry and white represents the intellectuals.
The flag consists of three horizontal bands of red, white and green colors. In the white part of the flag is placed one crown of gold, which is crowned with seven stars pentagonal.
Flag consists of three horizontal bands of red, white and green colors. On the white part of the flag is placed a gold crown, which is crowned with seven pentagonal stars. When in 1992 the decision on the adoption of a new national symbol, a new flag was described in these words: “The new flag represents the unshakeable unity of the workers, peasants and intellectuals.” Consequently, the red represents the working class, green – the peasantry and white represents the intellectuals. However, mistakenly believing that the color data has been selected at random. In fact, this color scheme dates back to the first time the existence of the ancient Iranian society in the territory of modern Tajikistan.