Indonesia National Flag
    Indonesia Flag
    Indonesia flag
    Name Sang Saka Merah-Putih
    ("lofty bicolor Red and White")
    Nickname Bendera Merah-Putih
    (Red-and-White Flag)
    Adopted 17 August 1950
    Proportion 2:3
    Similar to Monaco Flag
    Inspired by Majapahit Empire flag
    Indonesia National Flag

    The national flag of Indonesia has two equal horizontal bands of red (top) and white. The official name of the flag, Sang Saka Merah-Putih ("lofty bicolor Red and White") refers to the historical flag called Bendera Pusaka (heirloom flag) and its replica. The flag was introduced and hoisted in public at the Indonesian Independence declaration ceremony on 17 August 1945 in Pegangsaan Timur street
    Indonesia Flag - meaning and symbolism
    Indonesia Flag Colors - meaning
    Red stands for courage and sacrifice
    White stands for purity and peace
    Indonesia Flag symbolism
    Red represents human body (physical life)
    White represents human soul (spiritual life or afterlife)
    Indonesia Flag history
    Indonesia Flag
    Indonesia Flag history
    Red and white colors were sacred in Austronesian mythology. They symbolize Mother Earth and Father Sky. Red and white colors features on the flag of the 13th century Majapahit Empire of Java. The red and white flag was prohibited by Dutch as Indonesian nationalists used red and white flags as an expression of nationalism against the Dutch colonial rule. Indonesia adopted the Red and White flag as the national flag on 17 August 1945, the day it proclaimed its independence from the Netherlands.
    The Bendera Pusaka is the flag that was flown in front of Soekarno's house a few moments after he proclaimed Indonesia's independence on 17 August 1945. The original Bendera Pusaka was sewn by Mrs. Fatmawati Soekarno, and was hoisted every year in front of the presidential palace during the independence day ceremony. It was hoisted for the last time on 17 August 1968. Since then it has been preserved and replaced by a replica because the original flag was deemed to be too fragile.
    Indonesia Flag protocol
    Indonesia flag protocol
    The flag must be displayed everyday at the Presidential Palace, all of government and private office buildings, border posts and outer islands in the territory of Indonesia, and National Heroes Cemetery. The flag should displayed everywhere on special days given below
    Day Significance
    May 2 National Education Day.
    May 20 National Awakening Day
    August 17 ndonesia Independence Day
    October 1 Day of the Birth of Pancasila
    October 28 Youth Pledge Day
    November 10 Heroes Day
    Indonesia Flag anthem
    Berkibarlah Benderaku
    The song was created by Ibu Sud with title Berkibarlah Benderaku (Flutter-on, O My Flag). She made it after seeing the persistence of Jusuf Ronodipuro, the head of RRI (Radio Republik Indonesia), ahead of the Operation Product in 1947, in which he refused to lowering the Red-and-White in the office of RRI, although he was threatened with firearms by Dutch troops.
    Flag anthem English translation
    Berkibarlah Benderaku! Flutter-on, O my flag!
    Lambang suci gagah perwira As symbol of purity and courage
    Di seluruh pantai Indonesia Along the coast of Indonesia
    Kau tetap pujaan bangsa You are still the Idol of the nation
    Siapa berani menurunkan engkau Who dares to lowering thee
    Serentak rakyatmu membela It defend by your people simultaneously
    Sang Merah-Putih yang perwira The brave The Red-and-White
    Berkibarlah selama-lamanya! Flutter-on forever!
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    Indonesia Flag Vs Monaco Flag
    Indonesia Flag and Monaco Flag
    The flag of Indonesia is identical to the Flag of Monaco both in design and color pattern, but they differ in aspect ratio. Indonesia flag's height to width ratio is 2 to 3, while Monaco flag's is 4 to 5.
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    Indonesia Flag Vs Poland Flag
    Indonesia Flag and Poland Flag
    Both Indonesia Poland flags are horizontal bicolors of red and white. Indonesia flag has red and white bands with red band on top while the colors are in reverse for Poland flag (white and red bands with white band on top)
    Indonesia Flag Vs Poland flag
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