The flag of the State of Maldives is green with a red edge. Maldives Flag centre stands a vertical white crescent; the closed side of the semicircular is on the hoist side of the flag. It was accepted on 25 July 1965.
The red rectangle signifies the boldness of the nation's heroes, and their readiness to sacrifice their every drop of blood in defense of their nation. Flag of Maldives has green frame in the centre represents peace and wealth. The white crescent moon represents the Islamic faith.
The first flag of the Maldives features of a plain red field. Later, a black and white bands hoist called the Dhandimathi was extra to the flag. This version of the flag was used until initial in the 20th century. At the same time, a separate state flag was made, which had the hemispherical on a green rectangle. These modifications were during the year between 1926 and 1932. The national flag was released and the semicircular on the state flag was upturned, so that it confronted the hoist.
When the Maldives gained freedom from the United Kingdom in 1965, the black and white raise was removed, giving the flag its contemporary form. The first flag used in the Maldives contained a plain red field. A black and white-striped winch named the Dhandimathi was next included in the flag. The state flag's crescent was upturned to face the winch in 1953 when Maldives developed a republic, and the nationwide flag was done away with. Although the Sultanate was restored in 1954, the flag was not changed to its preceding look. The black and white winch was done away with upon freedom in 1965. Three years later, the Sultanate was remembered, and the presidential flags were officially unveiled on July 26, 1968.
The red color on the field characterizes the bravery of the country's heroes as well as the blood they shed in the course of shielding their country and belligerent for sovereignty. The green panel signifies prosperity, life, peace, and development. The green color also epitomizes the multitude of palm trees which brand the islands' land and which represent a source of life for the populaces. The palm tree was officially familiar in 1985 as the National Tree. It lodges a special place in the life of the inhabitants as all parts of it are castoff. The fruit makes up an essential part of the archipelago's cuisine.
Maldives is a most disparate country in the world located in South Asia. It is situated in the Indian Ocean and at south-southwest of India. It comprises of approximately 1,190 coral islands and 26 atolls, which are spread over roughly 90,000 square kilometers. The total population of the Maldives is 0.5 million with population density of 1,102 people per square kilometer.
Maldives has a presidential representative democratic republic. The official language of Maldives is Dhivehi and the currency is Rufiaa. Maldives comprises of two letters Maldives code i.e. MV and its three letters Maldives code is MDV and in digits it is 462. The calling code is +960 and the UTC i.e. standard time followed in Maldives is UTC +5 hours.
Being a democratic republic, earlier Maldives had 189 islands, 7 provinces, 19 atolls and 2 cities. However, now Maldives have divided 7 provinces into 21 constituencies.
|Official languages||Maldivian (Dhivehi)|
|Currency||Maldivian rufiyaa .ރ (MVR)|
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|Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka Flag|
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|Three-letter country code||MDV|
|Three-digit country code||462|