The flag of Bhutan is divided diagonally with the colour yellow covering the upper hoist side corner of the flag and the colour orange covering the lower fly side corner of the flag. At the centre of the flag sits a white dragon holding four jewels, facing towards the fly side of the flag.
The flag of Bhutan was designed by Mayeum Choying Wangmo Dorji and dates back to a 1947 design. Various modifications were made to the flag before the current version of the flag was adopted in 1969. The National Assembly of Bhutan established a code of conduct for its flag in 1972 to formalise the flag's design and protocol for its use.
The flag's ratio is 2:3.
A row of Bhutan flags flying in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan