India Flag Colours
India Flag has four primary Colours. These are Deep Saffron, White, India Green and Navy Blue.
India Flag Colours information are also available in HTML HEX, RGB, HSL, CMYK, HWB and NCOL codes. These values are very handy when it comes to your digital work, drawing, and printing.
Here are the Colour value estimates for India Flag:
Hsl hsl(30, 100%, 60%)
Hwb hwb(30, 20%, 0%)
Cmyk cmyk(0%, 40%, 80%, 0%)
Ncol R50, 20%, 0%
Hsl hsl(0, 0%, 100%)
Hwb hwb(0, 100%, 0%)
Cmyk cmyk(0%, 0%, 0%, 0%)
Ncol R0, 100%, 0%
Hsl hsl(115, 89%, 28%)
Hwb hwb(115, 3%, 47%)
Cmyk cmyk(86%, 0%, 94%, 47%)
Ncol Y91, 3%, 47%
Hsl hsl(240, 100%, 25%)
Hwb hwb(240, 0%, 50%)
Cmyk cmyk(100%, 100%, 0%, 50%)
Ncol B0, 0%, 50%
Here’s the flag below for your reference:
|Colour Code||Description of Colour Codes available for Flag of India|
|RGB||The Colour value of RGB is specified with: rgb(red, green, blue). These Colour values are supported in all web browsers. Each parameter of red, green and blue has a range between 0 and 255. This value defines the intensity of the Colour.|
|HEX||Hexadecimal Colours for HTML pages are supported in all browsers. These are specified in the following format: #RRGGBB. RR (red), GG (green) and BB (blue) are hexadecimal integers (00 to FF range) that specify the intensity of the Colour.|
|HSL||HSL stands for Hue, Saturation, and Lightness. HSL Colour values are currently supported in IE (9+), Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera (10+). The Colour values are specified with: hsl(hue, saturation, lightness).|
Hue Value: Degree on the Colour wheel from 0 to 360. 0 – red, 120 – green, 240 – blue.
Saturation Value: It is a percentage (0-100 range); 0% – shade of gray, 100% – full Colour.
LightnessValue It is a percentage (0-100 range); 0% – black, 100% – white.
|HWB||HWB stands for Hue, Whiteness, and Blackness. It is currently a suggested standard for CSS4. Please note that HWB is not yet supported in HTML and is suggested as a standard for CSS4.|
|CMYK||CMYK Colour value is a combination of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. CMYK values are useful when it comes to printing as printers often presents Colours using CMYK. Please note that CMYK is not yet supported in HTML and is suggested as a standard for CSS4.|
|NCOL||NCOL stands for Natural Colours. It is an initiative from W3Schools and is based on what Colours look like to the human eye. This makes it easier to describe Colours and also easier to select HTML Colours. NCol Colour values are specified as a percent of distance from the Colour. Please note that Ncol is not supported in HTML and is very close to the HWB Colour system suggested as part of CSS4.|