The Concept- Announced by the PM
In honour of the 75th anniversary of India’s Independence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged all citizens to turn the “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign into a widespread movement by hoisting or displaying the national flag at their homes and using the tricolour as the profile picture on social media.
This Sunday during his monthly radio address, “Mann ki Baat,” Prime Minister Modi announced that the “Har Ghar Tiranga” movement is being organised as part of the 75th anniversary of India’s independence and that “by joining this movement, from August 13 to 15, you need to hoist the tricolour at your home or decorate your home with it.”
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During the period of August 2 to August 15, he recommended people to use the national flag as their social media profile picture because “the tricolour connects us and evokes us to do one thing for the nation.”
Presenting the theme of flag on social media
Here, we’ll explain how to add the national flag to your Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Twitter profile pictures. We’ll likely be doing this in two parts: first, we’ll explain how to include the Indian flag in your profile photograph; second, we’ll probably be changing the profile image on various social networking platforms.
Half 1: Adding an image of the Indian flag to your profile
Use the Facebook app to add the Indian Flag to your profile picture. What is advised is as follows:
- Enter your profile picture and choose Add Body.
- Then select India from the list under the Flags option. You will note that your current profile picture now includes an Indian flag.
- If necessary, alter the text and then click the Save option.
- View your profile picture now Turn on the three dots faucet in the high right nook. Faucet Save phone number. Read Also: What is Agnipath Scheme 2022, Agniveer Apply Online- Eligibility, Full Details?
Size and dimension for uploading profile picture
You currently have a profile picture that features the Indian flag. Please be aware that the image you download will be around 900 by 900 pixels in size. So it should work for the majority of social networking sites. The following are the suggested sizes for profile photos on social media sites:
- 170 by 170 pixels for Facebook.
- 400 by 400 pixels for Twitter.
- 180 by 180 pixels for Instagram
- WhatsApp: Meta hasn’t made the ideal profile photo proportions public. The recommended size is 500 by 500 pixels, though.
If you don’t have a Facebook account, you can still add flags to your images and scale them to fit the social networking platform using a number of apps and online tools. Some of them include Flag Face, Lunapics, Flagstickers for Pictures, and Flagmypicture.com. Do bear in mind, though, that these are third-party applications and tools. Therefore, before using, carefully evaluate the ratings.
How to modify your profile photo on several social media sites
The aforementioned procedure will immediately alter your Facebook profile image.
At the bottom, select the Profile icon. Edit your profile Change your profile picture New profile image Tap the “” symbol in the upper right corner after choosing the Profile Image with the Flag that was downloaded.
Open WhatsApp and select Settings. Click the profile photo. The camera symbol Select an image and click Done.
Go to your profile and click or touch the Edit profile button to make changes to your: Banner, or “header” photo. The image is uploaded, then saved.
The Final Take
This Sunday, in the monthly radio address “Mann ki Baat,” Prime Minister Modi stated that a special movement called “Har Ghar Tiranga” is being organised in honour of the 75th anniversary of India’s independence and that “by joining this movement, from August 13 to 15, you must hoist the tricolour at your home or adorn your home with it.” So act quickly and join us in this endeavour.
Payel Das is a lovable mother of a sweet baby boy named ‘Aastik’. She is a pass out of the University of Calcutta with a post-graduation degree in History. She has been selected as the Cultural Secretary of the University during her educational period. At that time she fell into love with various types of writings which were frequently used to publish in students’ magazines and university wall magazines. Writing has gradually become her passion and now she is a full-time writer especially working as an Academic Writer and Scriptwriter.