The installation of the country’s tallest 405-feet flagpole at Puneeth Rajkumar Stadium in Hospet is in progress. This flagpole will be 123.45 meters high and is being constructed by Bajaj Company. The estimated cost will be 6 crore rupees.
A 150-feet-tall flag at Hospet, Shanbhag circle was all set for independence day in 2020.
The total project cost including operations and maintenance for a period of one year is expected to be 70 – 90 lakhs.
The flag comes with a motor of 3.5 HP to hoist the flag through a rope made out of polymer-coated specially designed and fabricated high tensile steel. The material of the flag would be a strong Polyester cloth to withstand the strong winds.
Here is a list of the tallest flags across India
Meerut – 380 feet
Belgaum – 361 feet
Attari Border – 360 feet
Bhakti Shakti Flag, Pune – 351 ft. feet
Guwahati Flag – 319.5 feet
Kolhapur – 303 feet
Ranchi – 293 feet
Hyderabad – 291 feet
Raipur – 269 feet
Faridabad – 250 feet
Pune – 237 feet
Bhopal – 235 feet
NMMC Navi Mumbai – 222 feet
Cuttack – 215 feet
New Delhi – 207 feet
Lucknow – 207 feet
Jaipur – 206 feet
Ballari– 152 feet
Hospet – 150 feet
Belgaum – 361 Feet
Belgaum in Karnataka is officially known as Belagavi, unfurled the national flag of India at Kote Kere lakefront which is 1 ft taller than the one in Attari.
Attari Border – 360 Feet
The National Flag mounted atop the 360 feet pole with dimensions of 120×80 feet inaugurated at the Indo Pak Attari Border in Amritsar.
Bhakti Shakti Flag – 351 ft. Pune
Bhakti Shakti garden of PCMC in Nigdi hosted national flag of India at 351 ft. Nigdi is a planned township with a list of places of interest such as Tallest Flag Pole, Appu Ghar, Bhakti Shakti statue and Shri Krishna Temple.
Guwahati Flag – 319.5 Feet
The national flag of India is installed in Guwahati on 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The flag at Gandhi Mandap of Guwahati is tallest in the in Northeast India.
Kolhapur – 303 Feet
The Indian flag has been inaugurated in Kolhapur by CM Devendra Fadnavis. 303-feet flag located opposite the SP office of Kolhapur inaugurated on 1st May 2017
Ranchi – 293 Feet
Manohar Parrikar in Pahari Mandir of Ranchi. Pahari Mandir is known for its historical temple of Lord Shiva.
Hyderabad – 291 Feet
A 291-foot tricolour flag at Sanjeevaiah Park, on the banks of the historic Hussain Sagar lake of Hyderabad.
Raipur – 269 Feet
On 30 April 2016, Raipur hoisted India’s 82m high in marine drive on Telibandha lake. The largest Indian tricolour on the tallest flag post was hoisted by chief minister Raman Singh.
Faridabad – 250 Feet
The flag was unfurled on 3 March 2015 at Town Park in Faridabad of Haryana by BJP president Amit Shah. The national tricolour was hoisted at a height of 250 feet (75meters).
Pune – 237 Feet
Pune PMC has installed Maharashtra highest tricolour flat and India’s 5th tallest flagpole along with Katraj lake. The 72-metre-high flagpole is highest in the state and it will be a major tourist attraction along with Katraj lake and Katraj zoo.
Bhopal – 235 Feet
The capital city of Madhya Pradesh has one of the tallest tricolour at 235 feet height in front of Mantralaya. This 60 x 40 feet National flag of India is the largest National flag in the state.
NMMC Navi Mumbai – 222 Feet
The new NMMC headquarters has one of the tallest National Flag of India at a height of 225 feet at CBD Belapur.
Cuttack – 215 Feet
Orissa High Court at Cuttack has the tallest Indian National flag of the state, A 215ft national flag measuring 75 feet in length and 48 feet in width has been hoisted at HC premises. The nearby city of Bhubaneswar and Angul also host 100 feet National Flag in Odisha.
New Delhi – 207 Feet
The national flag of India hoisted at Central Park of Connaught Place is third-largest national flags of India. Tiranga is located at the centre of the Central Park in the heritage building of Connaught Place.
Lucknow – 207 Feet
National flag in Janeshwar Mishra Park has one of the highest monumental flag-post with the tricolour. The 207-feet pole is the exact replica of the flag-pole at Connaught place in Delhi. Amritsar city also has a 170-foot tall flag in the local Ranjit Avenue Public Park.
206 Feet – Jaipur
Central Park in Jaipur has 206 feet high monumental National flag and is the tallest tricolour of the Rajasthan.