Hyderabad: Telangana’s pride and India’s largest national flag in Hyderabad’s Sanjeeviah Park lights up the dark by making a
special appearance today. Making use of LED projection technology, the flag brightens the night with India’s respective colours.
With this innovation, the amount of electricity used is reduced by 30 percentage, from 12000 watts to 3200 watts.
This flag, awarded the title of the largest national flag in India, was manufactured by Kriya LED
The lighting of our National Flag at Sanjeevaiah Park #Hyderabad is being redone from today using LED projection technology - brighter lights & more savings ..
And looks so beautiful !
Have a look at before & after 👇🏼
🇮🇳 Happy Independence Day 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/TFMsI8wTkp
— Arvind Kumar (@arvindkumar_ias) August 15, 2019
The purpose of the LED projection technology is to provide brighter lights by consuming less electricity. It is a
testimony to the abilities of the Telangana Industrial sector by the amount of reduction in electricity consumption. However, it is proven that electricity consumed for lighting the national flag has been reduced to 3200 watts.
Telangana state Chief Secretary Shailendra Kumar Joshi, Arvind Kumar, Principal Secretary Urban, and Sunil Sharma,
Principal Secretary R&D Department on Thursday participated in the lighting up ceremony and turned on the lights.