Indian Flag Runners invite you all to join the 1st Edition of Indian Flag Runners Half Marathon in Chandigarh.
ONE NATION, ONE RUN - The love of nation in your heart and respect for our mother land, we would like to present you the new era of marathons.
Run with national flag
Run for nation
Run for equality
Run for motherland
The super squad of Indian Flag Runners will lead you all under the National Flag of India.
#IndianFlagRunnersHalfMarathon 5th April 2020
#one nation one run
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#Event Date : 5th April (Sunday), 2020
#Venue : Chandigarh
➡Half Marathon 21.097KM Timed Run with Flag Or Without Indian Flag .
➡10KM Timed Run with Flag Or Without Indian Flag .
➡5KM Timed Run
➡3KM Kids & Family Non-Timed Run
#Every runner will get
- Finisher Medals to all participants
- Post Race Refreshment
- E - Certificate
- Race photos
Team Indian Flag Runners
Indian Flag Decorum
As we all gear up for the first Indian flag runners half marathon Day, and brace to run with the flag, here are some IMPORTANT POINTERS for respectful and proper handling of the Indian national flag as mandated by the Constitution of India.
1.The Flag shall not be dipped in salute to any person or thing nor shall it be flown at half-mast
2.The Flag shall not be used as a drapery in any form whatsoever
3.Lettering of any kind shall not be put upon the Flag;
4.The Flag shall not be intentionally allowed to touch the ground or the floor or trail in water;
5.The Flag shall not be displayed with the “saffron” down.
6.Damaged or disheveled Flag should not be displayed;
7.The Flag should not be flown from a single masthead simultaneously with any other flag
8.The Flag should not be flown on any vehicle except on those as stated in the protocol
9.When the Flag is displayed flat and horizontal on a wall, the saffron band should be upper most and when displayed vertically, the saffron band shall be on the right with reference to the Flag (i.e. left to the person facing the Flag);
10.No object including flowers or garlands or emblem be placed on or above the Flag-mast from which the Flag is flown;
11.The Flag should not be used as a festoon, rosette or bunting or in any other manner for decoration;
12.Where the Flag is displayed in open, it should, as far as possible, be flown from sunrise to sunset, irrespective of weather conditions;
13.The Flag should not be displayed or fastened in any manner as may damage it; and
14.If the Flag is in a damaged or soiled condition, it shall be destroyed as a whole in private, preferably by burning or by any other method consistent with the dignity of the Flag
15.For storage – the Flag should be neatly folded and kept inside
15.Do not use PLASTIC FLAGS
We request all runners to maintain the dignity of National Flag and handle it with pride and respect.
Run Like A Proud Indian