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A salute to the man who designed the Tricolour: Pingali Venkayya
Pingali Venkayya was also popularly nicknamed 'Diamond Venkayya', as he was an expert in diamond mining. He was also called 'Patti Venkayya' (Cotton Venkayya) , because he dedicated most of his time researching staple varieties of cotton and did a ...
Pingali Venkayya kin beg, N Chandrababu Naidu offers aid
VIJAYAWADA: The descendants of national flag designer Pingali Venkayya are on the verge of losing all properties in Eluru and are living in dire poverty. Ghantasala Jayalakshmi, Venkayya's niece, and G. Bhargava Rao, grandson, were seen seeking alms ...
Victoria Museum to procure rare photos of Pingali Venkayya
Archaeology enthusiasts can hope to see rare photographs of freedom fighter and designer of the tri-colour Pingali Venkayya at the Victoria Museum on Bandar Road here. These photographs will be in addition to an array of collection including ancient ...
Festive atmosphere prevails at PCC office
“It's a historic building where Mahatma Gandhi had asked Pingali Venkaiah to design the national flag. The design was approved in the same building,” he said. Several senior leaders like Su Thirunavukkarasar, M.
Pingali Venkaiah remembered
Pingali Venkayya, freedom fighter and designer of the Indian National Tricolour, was remembered in a unique way in Visakhapatnam on Sunday on his 138 birth anniversary. Telugu Desam Party leader Zahir Ahmed made a 138-feet national flag, symbolising ...

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