The flag of Sri Lanka, known as the Lion Flag or Sinha Flag, holds deep cultural and historical significance. It features vibrant colors and intricate symbolism. The prominent orange stripe represents the country’s minority Tamil population, while the green stripe symbolizes Sri Lanka’s majority Sinhalese community. The saffron-colored lion holding a sword in its right paw represents bravery, while the four bo leaves in each corner of the flag denote Buddhism, which holds a central place in Sri Lankan culture and society. The maroon background stands for courage, with the yellow border signifying prosperity. Together, these elements reflect Sri Lanka’s diverse heritage, unity, and aspirations for a peaceful future.