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Flag of Bhutan
Bhutan
Adopted 1969 [1]
Designed by (unknown)
Proportions 2:3 [2]

The flag of Bhutan is an equal sinister bicolour with a white and black stylized dragon in the centre of the flag.

SymbolismEdit

The dragon is white to symbolise purity. In the country's native language their country's name means "Land of the Dragon". The yellow of the flag represents secular authority, while the orange represents spirutal power, and the Buddhist religion.

The dragon holds jewels in it's claws, which represents wealth. The snarling mouth represents the strength of the country. [3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Bhutan at Flags of the World
  2. Flag of Bhutan at World Flags 101
  3. Flag of Bhutan at Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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