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Red with a blue border around the flag's peculiar shape (two superimposed triangles); the upper, smaller triangle bears a white stylized moon; the larger, lower triangle features a twelve-rayed sun.
Red symbolizes the color of the flowers of the rhododendron plant and victory in war; blue represents peace; the crescent moon symbolizes the royal house; the sun symbolizes the Rana family. Originally these were two independent triangular 'pennants' which later merged into one unusual flag. The flag of Nepal is the only national flag in the world which is not square or rectangular.
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The national flag of Nepal is one of the oldest national flags in the world and represents the unity of the country. It consists of two triangles tied together, symbolic of the Himalayan mountains. The flag is colorful and has an emblem in the center that represents a white sun wheel with a moon underneath.
The flag of Nepal was first used in 1816 during the time of the Kingdom of Gorkha. It consists of two symmetrical red stripes with a white stripe in between. The white stripe contains a blue emblem, which is a three-headed eagle in the center. The eagle symbolizes the national unity, strength and pride of Nepal. The flag was officially recognized as the national flag in 2007.
The national flag of Nepal is a two-color rectangle. It consists of two horizontal stripes of equal size in red and blue. The upper stripe is red and the lower stripe is blue. In the center of the flag is a white triangle framed by two green arcs, with a white sun and a white crescent moon.