CHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ ON INDIAN NAVY EMBLEM
AFTER 75 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE, THE COLONIAL HAS BEEN FINALLY REMOVED – “BY NARENDRA MODI JI”
IN ADDITION TO BEING A LONG-AWAITED CHANGE PROUDLY REPRESENTING INDIAN ANCIENT HISTORY.
AT THE TIME OF THE CHATRAPATI SHIVAJI EMPIRE, THE NAVY MILITARY WAS THE STRONGEST ACROSS THE COAST OF KONKAN AND GOA TO PROTECT SEA TRADE. BUT AFTER THE END OF THE SHIVAJI EMPIRE, THE NAVY MILITARY STARTED TO FALL AND THE RULER SOON LOST ITS CONTROL.
THEREFORE, THE BRITISH EMPIRE MADE ITS STRONG COLONIAL STATE IN INDIA FOR SO LONG. HENCE, THIS EMBLEM WILL INSPIRE THE NATION TO FIGHT AGAINST THE EVIL AND STAND FOR THE NEEDY.
THE SYMBOL OF THE TWO GREATEST INDIAN KINGS IS USED IN THE CURRENT NAVY EMBLEM
1- OCTAGON FROM SHIVAJI’S SEAL
2- EMBLEM FROM ASHOKA ERA
The national flag (tricolor), which represents India’s marine force’s national spirit, is one of the components of the new Indian Navy flag. It is located in the upper-left canton.
The Indian Navy’s new insignia features the Indian national emblem with the national motto “Satyamev Jayate” etched in Devanagari script, an anchor, and the Navy’s motto: “Be auspicious unto us oh Varuna” inside a blue octagon.
The octagon represents eight directions, represents fortune, eternity, and rejuvenation, and attracts good energy from all angles.
The octagon’s golden border is a representation of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s Rajmudra, a great Maratha warrior from the 16th century whose vision for a swarajya included forts like Sindhudurg, Janjira, and others that ruled the seas.
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