Before India’s 73rd Independence Day on August 15, Twitter on Wednesday propelled a modified Independence Day emoticon of the Ashoka Chakra.
The emoticon will be live until August 18 and will be accessible in English and a few Indic dialects, for example, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, and Oriya, Twitter said.
Indians over the globe celebrate Independence Day discussions and celebrate with the emoticon utilizing the hashtags like #IndiaIndependenceDay and #IDayIndia.
The uncommonly planned emoticon of the Ashoka Chakra is a portrayal of the Dharma Chakra – a wheel spoke to with 24 spokes in the national flag of India. This is the fifth version of the Independence Day emoticon by Twitter, having included inventive images for the Red Fort and the Indian national flag, among others, during the earlier years.
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