Happy Independence Day from Twitter: Twitter Marks India's 73rd Independence Day With Ashoka Chakra Emoji

Aug 15 2019 10:16 AM
Happy Independence Day from Twitter: Twitter Marks India's 73rd Independence Day With Ashoka Chakra Emoji

Social media platform Twitter has given good news to Indian users on the occasion of the 73rd Independence Day. Twitter has released an Ashok Chakra emoji for users. The emoji will be live until August 18. It can be used in Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali and Oriya. It will be available in 18 Indian languages, including English, Twitter reported. Over the years, Twitter has allowed users to share their ideas with emojis. Twitter has rolled out a variety of symbols that users can share on the platform by tweeting or retweeting them.

In his statement, Twitter India's policy manager Shagupta Kamran said, "We believe that these Independence Day emojis will give Indian users a chance to express their happiness in many languages. With this emoji, users will be able to celebrate this important day. Users living in any country in the world will be able to share the independence day with this emoji.

For your information, this emoji is specially designed with Ashok Chakra. The Ashok Chakra can be seen in the middle of the Indian tricolor. It uses a 24-third chakra. In emojis, you get the same Ashok Chakra in blue. This is the fifth time Twitter has released an emoji on the occasion of Independence Day. Earlier, Twitter has released a number of emojis, including Lalkila, Indian Tricolour. If you also want to tweet your message, you can tweet using this latest emoji.

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