Last modified: 2018-09-18 by zachary harden
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image by Zoltán Horváth, 6 March 2010
Brownish flag with the golden national emblem in the middle. Below
the emblem is an inscription.
Source: Album des Pavillons
Željko Heimer, 14 February 2001
DK Flag Book 1997 gives the symbolism of the emblem (which is the state arms) as follows:
I had a contact in Bangladesh, a librarian in Prime Minister's Office on 18
'Thank you for your interest about our Presidential flag. Your sent flag's golden Emblem (President's Crest) is correct but the background in wrong. The original Instruction [No. 5 2/83-Rules/1 (Dated 3 January 1984)] is given bellow,
The Personal Standard will be in dark carmine colour and rectangular in size in the proportion of length to width 10:6 bearing Golden National Emblem (President's Crest) on the body of the colour. The National Emblem (within a
circle) will have a radius of one -fifth of the length of standard and the horizontal line drawn through the middle of its width.
a) The dark carmine colour base of the Standard will be of PROCION BROWN-H 3R 4.0% (I.C.I.)
b) The National Emblem (President's Crest) will be Bright Gold Colour.
II. Size of the Standard for building:
a) 10 feet by 6 feet
b) 5 feet by 3 feet
c) 2.5 feet by 1.5 feet
Depending upon size of the building:
III. Size of the standard for aircraft : 2.5 feet by 1.5 feet
IV. Size for the standard for Car: 12.5 inches by 7.5 inches.
Golden Crest means Presidential Monogram which will be golden coloured."
I have renewed contact with him/her again, to gain info about any potential change (inscription - name of president - may be omitted).
Zoltán Horváth, 14 April 2003
The flag here is that of the current (fourth) president. His name is under
the national crest. Please note, that the crest is not fully coloured with gold
- the waves are white.
Zoltán Horváth, 6 March 2010
According to Cabinet Decision No. CD-3/1/92-Rules/32 (Dated 16 February 1992), the same flag used by the president is also used by the prime minister with no changes.
Zachary Harden, 18 September 2018