The exsisting flag of Argentina was adopted on Feb. 25; 1818 after they got the independence in 1816 from the Spanish.
The flag of Argentina has three equal horizontal stripes of 30 cm height each where the upper and lower band of stripe is sky blue colour and the centre one is white in colour. In the middle of the flag or otherwise in the centre portion of the white band is an emblem of the sun which represents the symbol of Inti, the Incan god of the Sun. The emblem of the sun is called as the Sun of May which has 32 alternating straight and wavy rays. The people of Argentina denote the blue colour of the flag as celeste which is nothing but the colour of day sky. The Sun of May was duplicated from first Argentine coin which was approved in 1813.It is also interpreted the flag represents the sky, clouds and sun. There are also other interpretations like the blue colour in the flag signifies the clothes of the Virgin Mary and the white colour denotes silver for the name Argentina is derived from the Latin word argentum.
According to astrology blue is idealistic, rational, honest, and tranquil. The blue colour is also considered more sociable. The colour blue and its importance was derived from the skin colour of Lord Krishna, who is revered as the divine flute player. The special energy of the second Moon was considered 'blue' or divine by Indian religious scholars and priests. Blue symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, honesty, tranquility, and peace. Blue is a symbol of cold for it is related to sky and deep sea. The white colour is precise, critical, and sincere and in the Nepal flag it is used as the symbol of purity.The sun which is yellow in colour is placed at the centre of the flag in the white stripe. Yellow colour of the sun signifies the intellectual and communicative nature of people of Argentina. It is used to produce detachment and reduce depression. The sun is taken as the head of the planets and a symbol of the soul and also considered as a symbol of life because it provides the heat necessary for living beings. It soaks up the water and gives it back in the form of rain, making food production possible on earth.
It stands for the primary karmic shaping that is to be undergone in this lifetime. We respond at the deepest level through the filter of our Sun Sign, which is a mark of the soul's developmental needs in this incarnation. Yellow is considered as the most positive of colours and the closest to pure light. The history of the worship of the sun is connected with ancient Vedic rituals. Even the 12 signs of the zodiac and the 12 months are related to the movement of the sun. For years yellow ribbons were worn as a sign of hope as women waited from their men to come marching home from war. Today, they are still used to welcome home loved ones and denotes active, daring, passionate, and optimistic. It enhances alertness and encourages activity.
According to numerologists, each number possesses a certain power that exists in the occult connection between the relations of things and the principles in nature which they express. The sun 1 in number according to numerology signifies the leadership skills, goal-oriented, strong will power, courageous, unconventional, inventive and creative skills of the people of Argentina. The 3 number of stripes with white in the middle and blue on either side signifies the positive and optimistic way of looking at life by the people of Argentina. The numerological number for Argentina is 8 which signify that the people are powerful, executive, self-disciplined, authoritative, inspiring, result-oriented, ambitious, visionary, generous, perseverant, forgiving and broad-minded.