The Bangladesh Flag emoji represents the country in South Asia that is home to the famous Royal Bengal tiger, fertile plains, rich greenery, and 700 rivers. That is actually why it is called “The Land of Rivers” since it is the country that has the most rivers in the world.
As you would see, the Bangladesh Flag is a green banner with a red circle in its center. You may be curious what these symbolize. The country’s rivers, in a way, serve as the country’s veins, which result in all the abundant greenery—thus the flag’s green banner. The red disk on the other hand represents the blood of the Bengalis who gave their lives during the war. This was during The Bangladesh Liberation War wherein 3 million Bengalis, mostly intellectuals and students, were brutally killed. The people’s tenaciousness resulted in the country’s independence from Pakistan on December 16, 1971. Later on, the Bengali flag was used for the first time on January 17, 1972.
This beautiful country of 140 million is also renowned for the world’s longest beach named the Cox’s Bazar stretching up to 93 miles of natural beach, and also Sunderban the biggest mangrove forest in the world. Last but not least, did you know that Bangladesh has a total of six different seasons? They are summer, monsoon, autumn, late autumn, and winter. These distinct seasons add wonder and color throughout the year, which are represented by various celebrations and festivities, as well as seasonal crops and fruit.
Tap on the Bangladesh flag emoji whenever you’re referring to this country of astounding history and natural wealth!
Flag: Bangladesh is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010, and was added to Emoji 2.0.
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