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Manokranti Movement, Nepal

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[Nepali Manokranti Movement] image by Marc Pasquin and Beth Pasquin, 2 January 2016

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About the flag

The Manokranti movement is a self-growth/religious community based in Nepal which drew some notoriety back in 2008 by holding naked rally to protest against local medias not covering what they perceived as their movement's achievement such as a 12 hours speech and walking on fire.

Their flag has a purple field (a colour commonly worn by adherents) in the familiar Nepalese double triangle shape on which is a spiral with a tail spreading upward. The symbol is meant to represent inner ascension.

Marc Pasquin, 2 January 2016