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Narsinghgarh - Indian Princely State

Last modified: 2011-01-15 by ian macdonald
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[Narsinghgarh] image by John McMeekin, 24 December 2010

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About the Flag

This banner is vertical with red at the back and white in front. The red portion has a "Katar" (Dagger) and "Khanda" (Big double edged sword) in yellow and white portion has Shri Hanumanji in red. This standard flag flew only on the Palace of the Ruler. The red and green flag with State emblem (horizontal flag with dark red on the top and dark green below) flew on Royal family cars, State buildings, police, army and other official functions.
John McMeekin
, 24 December 2010

State Flag

[Narsinghgarh] image by John McMeekin, 24 December 2010

A "Katar" & a "Khanda" they can be seen on the red State Flag, the "Khandia" is in the fly.
John McMeekin, 24 December 2010

The Katar was also the symbol of the former Indian state of Alwar. It was certainly depicted on their stamps (e.g.,
James Dignan, 24 December 2010