State Emblem Of Pakistan (National)

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Every country in the world has its own symbol or emblem that acts as an authorized seal to represent the government or the state. Pakistan too has its own symbol that got approved by the Central Government in 1954. The state emblem of Pakistan can be witnessed on all stationery used in government documents. This symbol symbolizes the ideological foundation of Pakistan, the cultural heritage, the guiding principles plus the basis of Pakistan’s economical strength. State emblem of Pakistan confers recognition to Pakistan’s inspirational source, force and tradition. [1] Every country in the world has its own symbol
  • Government
  • Name:

    State emblem of Pakistan

  • In Urdu:

    پاکستان کا ریاستی نشان

  • Armiger :

    Islamic Republic of Pakistan

  • Adopted :

    1954

  • Crest :

    A mullet and crescent increscent, both vert

  • Escutcheon :

    Quarterly, first vert a lozenge argent, charged with a cotton flower argent, second argent with tea stalk vert, third argent charged with a garb of wheat vert, fourth party fer fess argent and vert four jute stalks eradicated counterchanged

  • Supporters :

    Two jasmine branches embowed vert in their natural colors

  • Compartment :

    Ribbon vert, backed argent upon which is written in argent the word national motto in the Urdu language.

  • Motto in English :

    "Faith, Unity, Discipline"

  • Motto in Urdu:

    ایمان، اتحاد، نظم‎

  • Earlier versions :

    1947–1955

  • Details
  • Type:

    National

  • Emblem Featuring:

    Four major crops of Pakistan

  • Names of Crops:

    Cotton, jute, tea and wheat

  • Used of symbol :

    The state emblem of Pakistan can be witnessed on all stationery used in government documents

  • Symbolizes:

    Ideological foundation of Pakistan

  • Design of Emblem :

    Design reminds of the nation's cultural heritage

  • Regional emblems:

    Every regional emblems is different to each other

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Flag ceremony of Pakistan
Flag ceremony of Pakistan

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State emblem of Pakistan confers recognition to Pakistan
State emblem of Pakistan confers recognition to Pakistan
State Emblem of Pakistan was approved by the Central Government in 1954. It symbolises Pakistan's ideological foundation, its cultural heritage, the guiding principles and the basis of its economic strength.The four ingredients of the Emblem are:[2] State Emblem of Pakistan -----   was approved by
  1. The crescent and star crest at the top is a traditional symbol of Islam.
  2. The shield in the centre, with four partitions, shows cotton, wheat, tea and jute. These are the main crops of Pakistan and signify the strong agriculture based economy.
  3. The wreath surrounding the shield is a reproduction of the floral designs used in traditional Mughal art. Its inclusion in the design reminds of the nation's cultural heritage.
  4. The scroll supporting the shield carries the Urdu version of Quaid-e-Azam's famous motto – "Faith", "Unity", "Discipline". These three words articulate the guiding principles for the nation.
Unlike other heraldic devices which are emblazoned with symbols representing mythological, historical and geographical features, Pakistan's state emblem gives due recognition to the country's source of inspiration, strength and tradition.

Nations Motto

State emblem of Pakistan
State emblem of Pakistan
The scroll supporting the shield contains Muhammad Ali Jinnah's motto in Urdu, which reads from right to left: (ایمان ، اتحاد ، نظم‎) "Iman, Ittehad, Nazm" translated as "Faith, Unity, Discipline" and are intended as the guiding principles for Pakistan.

Regional emblems

Emblem of Azad Kashmir

Emblem of Azad Kashmir
Emblem of Azad Kashmir

Emblem of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Emblem of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Emblem of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Emblem of Sindh

Emblem of Sindh
Emblem of Sindh

Emblem of Punjab

Emblem of Punjab
Emblem of Punjab

Emblem of Balochistan

Emblem of Balochistan
Emblem of Balochistan

Emblem of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas

Emblem of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas
Emblem of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas

Emblems of National Bodies

Emblem of the Supreme Court

Emblem of the Supreme Court
Emblem of the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court of Pakistan (Urdu: عدالت عظمیٰ پاکستان‎‎; Adālat-e-Uzma Pākistān) is the apex court in the judicial hierarchy of Pakistan.

Emblem of the Federal Shariat Court

Emblem of the Federal Shariat Court
Emblem of the Federal Shariat Court
The Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan is a court which has the power to examine and determine whether the laws of the country comply with Islamic Shari'a law. This court was set up in 1980 and is located in the federal capital, Islamabad.

Emblem of the Election Commission

Emblem of the Election Commission
Emblem of the Election Commission
The Election Commission of Pakistan (Urdu: انتخابی دفتر پاکستان‎‎), is an independent, autonomous,permanent and constitutionally established federal body.

Emblem of the Oil Gas Regulatory Authority

Emblem of the Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority
Emblem of the Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority
The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority is an agency of the Government of Pakistan, which is responsible for regulating the oil and gas sector in Pakistan. It was established in 2002.


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