The Maldives' national flag, commonly known as the Dhivehi Raajjeyge dhidha, is made up of a green field with a crimson border. The center features a vertical white crescent, with the closed side on the left. On July 25, 1965, it was formally adopted.
The flag's red border symbolizes the blood of the nation's heroes and their readiness to give their lives in defense of the country. The green field in the center depicts peace and prosperity, while the white crescent moon reflects the state's and its people's Islamic faith. The Maldives' flag is an essential symbol of sovereignty and national identity. The flag's colors are based on Islamic color codes, with green representing peace and prosperity and red representing the bravery of the nation's heroes and their willingness to sacrifice their lives for the nation.
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The Maldives is an archipelago nation located in the Indian Ocean. It is made up of 26 atolls, which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. The country is located southwest of India and Sri Lanka, and is the smallest Asian country in terms of land area and population. The capital city is Male, and the official language is Maldivian Dhivehi.
The Maldives has a long history dating back to ancient times. It was a hub of trade and cultural exchange between the Middle East and Southeast Asia, and its strategic location made it a key player in the spice trade. Today, the Maldives is known for its luxury resorts and pristine beaches, which attract millions of tourists each year.
Despite its reputation as a paradise, the Maldives faces several challenges. The country is vulnerable to natural disasters, such as cyclones and sea level rise, and is also facing political and economic challenges. The Maldives has a highly centralized government, and there have been concerns about human rights and freedom of expression in the country.
Despite these challenges, the Maldives has made significant progress in recent years in areas such as education, healthcare, and infrastructure development. The country has also made efforts to diversify its economy, which was previously heavily reliant on tourism, through initiatives such as the development of the Maldives Stock Exchange and the establishment of a number of free trade zones.
|Country codes||MV, MDV (ISO 3166-1)|
|Official name||Republic of the Maldives|
|Time zone||UTC+5 (Maldives Time)|
|Member of||United Nations|
|Commonwealth of Nations|
|Organisation of Islamic Cooperation|
|Population density||1802 per Km2 (4,667 people per mi2)|
|Urban Population||34.5 % of the population is urban (186,634 people in 2020)|
|Median age||29.9 years|
|Total area||The total land area is 300 Km2 (116 sq. miles)|
|Highest point||Mount Villingili on Villingili (5 m, 16 ft)|
|Lowest point||Indian Ocean|
|GDP per capita||$ 10,366 (World Bank, 2021)|
|Currency||Maldivian rufiyaa (.ރ, MVR)|
|Internet TLD||.mv (click here to find and register domain name)|
|Country Wikipedia Page||Maldives Wikipedia Page|
Main Cities by Population in Maldives