According to the reports, a large flag was hoisted on June 2, 2016, on the occasion of Telangana's second formation day by CM K Chandrashekhar Rao at Hyderabad's Sanjeevaiah Park.
The flag which measures 108X72 feet was hoisted on a 291 feet tall flag post. It was deemed as India's biggest and largest Tricolor at the time of its hoisting in 2016.
In 2017, however, the Hyderabad flag lost the largest flag tag to a flag hoisted in Punjab. The new largest flag now measured 120 feet in length, 80 feet in breadth, and was hoisted on a 360-foot-tall pole at Attari, near Wagah border, in Punjab.
However, it is to be noted that the list of tallest and largest Indian flag keeps on changing with several states trying to break each other's record.
In 2018, beating the record of the Wagah flag, the largest flag in India was hoisted at Belagavi in Karnataka. The flag post was 361 feet high and taller than the Attari flag post by just one foot.
There are reports about an upcoming 380-feet tall flag post in Meerut's Waleedpur village!