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Nepal has the most mathematical flag in the world. It even has an article in its constitution that details the steps of drawing the flag

Nepal has the most mathematical flag in the world




In modern times, the concept of the flag has changed to have a different meaning. The blue border symbolizes peace and harmony. The crimson red is Nepal's national colour, and reflects the brave spirit of the Nepalese people. The two triangles symbolize the Himalayan Mountains


The blue border symbolizes peace, while red is the color of the rhododendron, Nepal's official flower. The crescent moon is said to represent the royal house, while the sun represents the Rana family


Nepal have Non quadrilateral flag because of the following reason: It was a Hindu country for long period of time: Triangular flag are the traces of Hinduism. Not only in Nepal many ancient Hindu Kingdoms used to have triangular 

nonrectangular national flag consisting of two united pennant (triangular flagshapesNepal is the only country in the modern world that does not have a rectangular national flag. It is crimson with blue borders and incorporates stylized symbols of the sun and moon.


Going by the historical definition, nations including Finland, Sweden, Ireland and Switzerland were Third World countries. Based on the definition that is used today, these would not be considered Third World countries


Current Nepalese flag, the only non-quadrilateral double pennon on earth, in use since 1774 AD was somehow the design of late king Prithvi Narayan Shah. The flag was already in use when Prithvi Narayan Shah conquered the then Kathmandu Kingdom

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