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Bundelkhand (India)

Last modified: 2009-08-08 by ian macdonald
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[Flag of Bundelkhand] image by Chrystian Kretowicz, 30 July 2009
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About the Region

बुन्देलखण्ड (Hindi and Bundeli)
"Bundelkhand, until the 16th century, during the rule of Chandelas, known as Jaijak bhukti or Jejaka bhukti) is a geographic region of central India. The region is now divided between the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, with the larger portion lying in the latter.

Proposed Bundelkhand state:
Since last 50 years there is a movement for separation of Bundelkhand state. Bundelkhand is geographically the central part of India covering some part of MP and some of UP. Demands exist for separate statehood. The local parties and local leaders are running several movements having different names. Few movements are for its development, few are for its formation as a state." Bundelkhand akikrit party." and "Bundelkhand
Mukti Morcha".
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Chrystian Kretowicz, 30 July 2009

Description of the Flag

The proposed flag of Bundelkhand is a rectangle split vertically into two parts: shorter one, at the hoist is red, and the longer one, in the fly, is yellow. The ratio of the flag, shown in the news photographs, varies widely.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 30 July 2009