- Who found India flag?
- Where is Ashok Chakra located?
- When did Rama Bhanot died?
- Who Honoured Neerja Bhanot?
- Why Ashoka Chakra has 24 lines?
- How many were killed in Pan Am Flight 73?
- What happened to Pan Am 73 hijackers?
- Who was Neerja Bhanot married to?
- Why Ashoka Chakra is blue?
- What does orange color represents in Indian flag?
- Who won Param Vir Chakra 2019?
- Who got first Ashok Chakra award?
- Who got Ashok Chakra in 2020?
- Which award is highest in India?
Who found India flag?
Pingali VenkayyaGandhi first proposed a flag to the Indian National Congress in 1921.
The flag was designed by Pingali Venkayya..
Where is Ashok Chakra located?
It was originally placed on the top of the Ashoka pillar at the important Buddhist site of Sarnath by the Emperor Ashoka, in about 250 BCE. The pillar, sometimes called the Aśoka Column, is still in its original location, but the Lion Capital is now in the Sarnath Museum, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
When did Rama Bhanot died?
September 5, 1986Rama was also the mother of flight attendant Neerja Bhanot who lost her life trying to save the lives of 379 passengers from terrorists on board the hijacked PanAm Flight 73 on September 5, 1986. Neerja was India’s youngest and first woman recipient of the highest civilian honour, the Ashoka Chakra, posthumously.
Who Honoured Neerja Bhanot?
Subhashini VasanthSubhashini Vasanth The Neerja Bhanot Award was instituted in 1991 in the memory of the brave Senior Flight Purser Neerja Bhanot, who saved hundreds of lives while sacrificing her own, during a Pan Am plane hijack at Karachi Airport in September 1986.
Why Ashoka Chakra has 24 lines?
This is the motive taken up by Ashoka and portrayed on top of his pillars. The 24 spokes represent the twelve causal links taught by the Buddha and paṭiccasamuppāda (Dependent Origination, Conditional Arising) in forward and then reverse order. The first 12 spokes represent 12 stages of suffering.
How many were killed in Pan Am Flight 73?
22 peopleSecurity forces laid siege to the New York-bound plane for 16 hours at Karachi airport after the jet was taken over by Palestinian militants on 5 September 1986. There was a bloody end – 22 people killed and about 150 injured.
What happened to Pan Am 73 hijackers?
Pan Am Flight 73 was a Pan American World Airways flight from Bombay, India, to New York, with scheduled stops in Karachi, Pakistan and Frankfurt, West Germany. … All the hijackers were arrested and sentenced to death in Pakistan. However, the sentences were later commuted to life in prison.
Who was Neerja Bhanot married to?
Naresh Mishram. 1985–1985Neerja Bhanot/Spouse
Why Ashoka Chakra is blue?
The Ashoka Chakra is rendered in navy blue on a white background replacing the symbol of the charkha of the pre-independence version of the flag. The chakra signifies that there is life in movement and death in stagnation. It represents the dynamism of a peaceful change.
What does orange color represents in Indian flag?
In the national flag of India the top band is of Saffron colour, indicating the strength and courage of the country. The white middle band indicates peace and truth with Dharma Chakra.
Who won Param Vir Chakra 2019?
Commander Abhinandan VarthamanIndian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who spent some days in Pakistani custody when his MiG-21 was shot down in a fight with PAF jets a day after the February 26 Balakot airstrike, will be awarded the Vir Chakra on Independence Day i.e. August 15, 2019.
Who got first Ashok Chakra award?
Suhas BiswasSuhas Biswas was the first Indian Air Force officer to be awarded the Ashoka Chakra.
Who got Ashok Chakra in 2020?
Jyoti Prakash NiralaPresident Ram Nath Kovind awarded India’s highest peacetime military decoration Ashok Chakra (31) posthumously to Indian Air Force (IAF) Garud commando Corporal Jyoti Prakash Nirala. He had laid down his life after gunning down two terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir.
Which award is highest in India?
Bharat RatnaBharat Ratna is the highest civilian award of the country. It is awarded in recognition of exceptional service/performance of the highest order in any field of human endeavour.