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The Indiana flag has a gold seal in the center of the dark blue field. The seal comprises a golden torch encircled by 19 stars.
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Celebrate the Hoosier State with an Indiana State Flag. These flags are proudly made in America from 100% nylon, a durable and lightweight fabric ideal for outdoor flying. The design is digitally printed, adding weather and UV resistance.

Attach this flag to any of our outdoor flagpoles using the sturdy canvas header and brass grommets. We offer a wide variety of flag sizes, such as the standard 3’ x 5’. Please refer to our table of recommended matches to help determine which flag is suitable for your pole.


  • Made in America 
  • Official design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Digital print
  • Canvas heading*
  • Brass grommets*

*For flags measuring 6' x 10' or smaller, the flag comes with a durable header and grommets for easy mounting. Larger flags are equipped with sturdy ropes and galvanized thimbles, offering more durability.

If you are interested in setting up a formal indoor display featuring Indiana’s state flag, click here to view our Indiana flag with gold fringe and pole sleeve.

Indiana State Flag History & Meaning

In 1916, the Indiana General Assembly issued a resolution to adopt a state flag to celebrate the state’s centennial. A contest for flag designs was put in place with the incentive of $100. The entry designed by Paul Hadley was chosen as the winner, becoming the official state banner in May 1917. 

Paul Hadley’s design is the one still used today. The gold torch on the flag represents liberty and enlightenment, while the rays are meant to show Indiana's far-reaching influence. The 19 stars are a reminder that Indiana was the 19th state to join the United States, with the 13 outer stars representing the original 13 colonies. The five inner stars signify the following five states that joined the union, while the star above the torch represents Indiana. 

Why are Indiana Flags at Half Mast or Staff?

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Other Details

Capitol: Indianapolis
Flag Adopted: October 21, 1917
Entered Union: December 11, 1816
Motto: "The Crossroads of America"
Nickname: The Hoosier State
Known For: Indianapolis 500, NCAA Hall of Champions
State Bird: Cardinal
State Flower: Peony
Famous Hoosiers: Larry Bird, James Dean, Eugene V. Debs, Michael Jackson, David Letterman, John Cougar Mellencamp, Wilbur Wright