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image by Jorge Candeias
Source: Indian Princely StatesSee also:
Jaisalmer was, according to
a 16,062 sq. mi. state that had in 1931 a population of 76,000 and a 1:2 flag,
horizontal bicolour of red over purple.
Jorge Candeias, 1 May 2002
image by Blas Delgado Ortiz
Ziggioto (1998) has "zafferano su porpora" -
saffron red over purple, proportions 2:3, and in the center a white parasol,
with yellow fillings, and with purple and golden ornaments.
Jarig Bakker, 1 May 2002
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider
On the fort of Jaisalmer in 2004 there was hoisted a horizontal bicolor in
yellow over red. In the middle of the flag the picture of a sunshade-umbrella (=chhatri)
was superimposed in inverted colours of the field. I suppose, it is the personal
flag of HRH Maharawal SHREE BHEEJRAJ SINGH JI. (Maharawal is the official title
of the local Maharaja in Jaisalmer). My supposition is indicated by the fact,
that nowhere else in the city there is any flag. The measurements of the flag
are: breadth 5 / height 3.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 13 April 2005
image by Eugene Ipavec, 7 November 2007
A variant of the flag found at
http://www.kuchela.net, where it is described as 'The Flag Of The Bhati
Jadaun Rulers Of Jaisalmer". The image here was drawn after a photo of the flag
flying over the fort of Jaisalmer.
Ron Lahav, 7 November 2007