Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Indonesia Flag History

History of red and white flag
- Badira / bandir which means pennants
- Badiera roman clumps of Italian language kun - In sangsakerta for banner, banners, dhuaja
Flag is a symbol of sovereignty symbol of independence. Whereby countries that have their own flag, meaning the country would be free to all forms of state regulation is
According purwadarminta WJS, the flag is a piece of fabric squares or triangles in the given column (rod) is used as a symbol, a sign, and the like: banners, stump

Indonesia ancient race while still located in the plains of southeastern Asia over 6000 years ago in the sun, the sky and the moon is a very important thing in the course of human life. respect for the heavenly bodies called chandra surya honor.

Race indonesia ancient connects the sun with red and moon with white. due honor surya chandra. race indonesia very respectful of red and white both the symbol represents life, red symbolizes the rubber, the characteristics of plants still alive. red and white color is considered a symbol of greatness, loyalty, and success.

Red color - white for indonesia especially for the Austronesian family is generally the hallmark greatness supernatural power and success. based on the assumption the conclusion of understand why emblem national struggle indonesia. nasioanal national emblem of the red flags and red-white flag putih.kemudian called "the" meaning the perennial splendor temurun.sehingga down flag means that honored the legacy of race color indonesia

RED: bold, brown sugar, red mush, brave, strong, burning, blood
WHITE: coconut sugar, pure, clean, rubber, pulp, white

1. can not touch the ground
Logic: to be dirty flag
Metaphor: the land is footing the flag when the flag fell as if stepping on flag
2. can not be taken back right because as dis-

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