History of Mali And Flag
The flag of Mali, adopted in 1961, consists of a vertical tricolor, with stripes of green, yellow and red. These colors are the classic Pan African symbol. The green indicates the fertility of the forests and the land, the yellow sunshine is on display, and the reds shed blood during the struggle for independence. Mali had originally formed a federation with Sudan and shared a flag, which was compared to his current appearance as a black man named “Kanaga” in the middle of the yellow belt. ۔ Senegal, however, left the federation and replaced the star. Neither did Mali stick to this flag, nor was “Kanaga” removed from both flags. The reason was that the majority of the population is Muslim and it is not acceptable for them to flag the human personality.
History of Mali, along with the Niger River,
has a fascinating historical heritage that has plagued many civilizations in the past. In particular, the History of Mali dates back to the time before the French colony. No doubt, time is the oldest credential of the country.
Prior to the colonization, Mali has established civilizations whose characteristics have been ruled by the royal empires. The Ghanaian Empire, which was in the early 5th century AD, was invading the southwestern part of the region. After its fall in the 13th century, the financial empire occupied this land until its end in the 17th century and made it the center of Muslim scholarship. Moving east, the Tsinghai Empire held its sway until Morocco occupied the previous regime.
Beginning in 1591, another series of kingdoms ruled the whole earth. These include the Kingdom of Seago (the central state in the south). The kingdom of Carta (the descendants of Segou, inhabited by the West); the Kingdom of Kaduna (the defense state located on the border between Mali and Burkina Faso); Mycenae Kingdom (the coalition state of Seigo) and Vasulo Kingdom (short-lived state). Although later, all these empires came under the control of the Tolucor Kingdom.
The French colonies began when the land was designated as the Sudanese Republic in 1892, under a French governor commissioned by the French Empire to oversee the colony. Later, the area eventually merged with Senegal on June 20, 1960, with the Federation of Mali. In August, the Senegal Federation withdrew from the party leaving the Sudanese Republic as an independent entity, which later accepted the whole state. Mali Republic