The Man who designed Indian National Flag:

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Pingali Venkayya (2 August 1876 – 4 July 1963) was an Indian freedom fighter and the designer of the Indian national flag.

Pingali Venkaiah was born to Hanumantha Raidu and Venkat Ratnamma in Bhatlapenumarru, Krishna district, near Masulipatnam, the present day Machilipatnam of Andhra Pradesh.

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During the National conference of the Indian National Congress at Kakinada, Venkayya suggested that India should have a national flag. Gandhi liked this proposal. He suggested that Venkayya came up with a design. During the National conference at Vijayawada, Venkayya proposed a tricolour with an Ashoka Chakra at the middle. Gandhi liked the result, and the design was later adopted as the National Flag of India. After researching 30 flags, Pingali designed a flag that became the forerunner of the Indian national flag. The flags antecedents can be traced back to the Vande Mataram movement.