Indiana adopted its state flag in 1917. On a field of blue, the Indiana flag displays a torch, colored gold or buff, surrounded by an outer circle of thirteen stars and an inner circle of five stars. The flaming torch on the Indiana state flag stands for "liberty and enlightenment". The six rays radiating from the torch are meant to symbolize the expansive nature of those two concepts. The thirteen stars of the outer circle represent the thirteen original colonies of the US. The five stars of the inner circle represent the next five states admitted to the Union. The largest star on the Indiana Flag, positioned at the top of the torch and below the state name, represents Indiana, the nineteenth state.
Outdoor flags available in nylon (digital dyed) or 2-ply polyester material (screen dyed) to meet the most demanding commercial and residential uses. All outdoor flags are finished with polyester heading and brass grommets. Indoor flags in nylon (digital dyed) with pole hems and available plain or fringed. Stick flags available in lightweight polyester or silk-like material.