Flag of Pakistan contains the green and white colour with the crescent in it.green represent the muslims while the white represen the minorities. As both the communities Hindu and Muslim were under the governance of British Raj before the World War II, then many Muslims decided to form All India Muslim League and the Muslim League flag was served as the origin of the Pakistani flag during partition.
During the Constituent Assembly meeting on August 11, 1947, the National flag of Pakistan was first adopted. When only three days were left in the independence of Pakistan it became the official flag of the Dominion of Pakistan.
The flag consist of two colors green and white. The green part shows Islam and the majority of Muslims in the country and the white part shows the religious minorities. In the center of the flag are the crescent and a star which shows progress and light and is the traditional symbol of Islam. Amiruddin Kidwai designed the flag. The national flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly along with the definition of features and size.
The flag is dark green in color and a vertical bar at the flag pole, it is rectangular in shape. The green area has a white crescent and a star in the centre. The white portion of the flag is one quarter the size of the flag and remaining three quarter is green in color. Some rules were passed for the national flag that the flag must be displayed higher then the military and provincial flags, it must be tied to the left side of the flag pole, it must not touch shoes, ground or anything that is not clean, the flag must not be flown in the darkness, it must be raised at dawn, nothing must not be drawn on it, it must be saluted when raised, it should be horizontally displayed, the flag must not be fired or buried. The rules were passed by Prime Minister Zaffarullah Khan Jamali in 2002.
There are also some important days of flying the flag and they are 23 March the Lahore Resolution day, 21 April Death anniversary of Allama Iqbal, 14 August the Independence Day, 11 September death anniversary of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. In National Stadium Karachi the national flag was unfurled in August 2004 at a square foot of 173,400 to set a world record of the largest flag. Later on 22 October 2012, almost about 24,000 people gathered in Lahore Stadium to form a flag of Pakistan and set a new world record, which was certified by Guinness World Records.