The flag of Tajikistan consists of three horizontal stripes.  A wider white stripe in the center, flanked by narrower stripes of red and green. The colors hold symbolic significance. The red stripe represents the nation’s unity and independence, while the green stripe symbolizes the country’s fertile landscapes and agriculture. The white stripe embodies purity and the Tajik people’s commitment to peace. At the hoist side, there is a golden crown. Surmounting it are seven stars, representing the country’s union with other Central Asian nations. This flag, adopted upon Tajikistan’s independence in 1991, serves as a proud symbol of the nation’s heritage, aspirations, and unity.