• Professor (Dr.) Mamta Chandrashekhar Department of Political Science Govt. M.J.B .Girls P.G. College, Moti Tabela, Indore (M.P.) INDIA




colorful Politics, Thoughts and Vision, Symbolic Colors

Abstract [English]

This research work based on the colorfulPolitics which existing in the different societies in the world. Everybody has a different thoughts and vision to see the world so there are different political ideologiesto represent a political party, either officially or unofficially. Political Parties in different countries with similar ideologies tend to use similar colours.They have long been associated with specific colors. This is largely due to the fact that politics became popular long before literacy did in the history of human being cultural development because the people couldn’t read and even images could get complicated, political signs and signs in general, have to express something with different colors.India has always been exalted and remembered fondly as the country of different symbolic colors. To an outsider, its colorful culture, streets and stories seem like a page out of an ancient folk tale but there is a unity too in diversity. Different Colours, in essence, has been a large part of the Indian consciousness. Different parties come to rule with their owndifferent ideologieswith different colors. The symbolic colors of politics, there many colors, For example- Saffron- BJP ruled Centre and states,Tri color- Congress ruled states,Red - Left parties ruled states. Another color-NCP ruled state (Jammu &Kashmir) Every color has its own significance , own ideology, own thinking process, own style of functioning and own importance in political life. They may be like different flowers of different colors, but they all make a fabulous common garland-that is INDIA.


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How to Cite

Chandrashekhar, M. (2014). DIFFERENT COLORS AND POLITICALIDEOLOGY. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 2(3SE), 1–5. https://doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v2.i3SE.2014.3545