— Color coordinates —
|RGBB||(r, g, b)||(205, 92, 92)|
|HSV||(h, s, v)||(0°, 55%, 80%)|
| B: Normalized to [0–255] (byte)|
Indian red also known as chestnut, is a medium brownish shade of red. It is named after the red laterite soil found in India. It is thus an earth tone as well as a red. It is composed of naturally occurring iron oxides.
The name Chestnut derives from the color of the skin of a newly released fruit, the "conker", of the common Horse chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum.