The Indiana state flag has a torch which is a symbol for liberty and enlightenment. Thirteen stars in the outer circle symbolize the original thirteen states; the inner semi-circle of five stars represents the next five states to join the Union; and the large star above the torch is a symbol of Indiana. Adopted in 1917. Statehood on December 11, 1816.
All of our nylon and polyester state flags are constructed for durability and long life. They feature beautiful, brilliant colors and all intricate emblems are accurately reproduced to fine detail. All state flags are finished with heavy canvas heading and brass grommets.