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image by Miles Li, 9 January 2023
The flag of Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS), a
Hindu denomination founded in 1907, is swallow-tailed of five horizontal stripes
(three red and two white), defaced with a white disc fimbriated red bearing the
BAPS logo. A rectangular version of the flag is often used in less formal
Note that the BAPS logo usually carries the registered trademark symbol; this is omitted when the logo is displayed on flags.
Miles Li, 9 January 2023
Disc size may vary somewhat, but always within the limits which make it
overlap three central stripes. Also, it may be omitted from the flag, either
swallow-tailed or rectangular, which usually happens if a large number of the
flags is hoisted upon a large temple.
Tomislav Todorovic, 12 January 2023