There are 6 colors in this flag. These are Persian Indigo (#240D70), Maximum Red (#DB2014), Titanium Yellow (#F5E202), White (#FFFFFF), Forest Green (Crayola) (#64AB71) and Fulvous (#E97910).
This color combination was created by user Rocco. The Hex, RGB and CMYK codes are in the table below.
Note: English language names are approximate equivalents of the hexadecimal color codes.
|Forest Green (Crayola)||
The flag of Tibet, now a region in China, is multicoloured and highly ornate. Known as the “snow lion flag” (gangs seng dar cha), the dominant colors in the flag are blue, red, yellow, white, green and orange. The hexadecimal, RGB and CMYK color codes are in the table. The closest Pantone® values of the blue, red, yellow, green and orange are 2745 C,
485 C, 3945 C, 556 C and 716 C, respectively.
The flag was adopted in 1916 by the 13th Dalai Lama. It is banned by the Chinese government and used only by the Tibetan government which is in exile at Dharamshala, India. The flag features a yellow/gold sun rising over a white mountain that has two snow lions holding up a flaming jewel.
In addition to the size colors mentioned above, the Tibetan flag also has pink (#E1609C) and a duller shade of green (#95AB5E).