What is the name of national emblem?
The State Emblem of India is the national emblem of India and is used by the union government, many state governments and government agencies. The emblem is an adaptation of the Lion Capital of Ashoka, a statue from 280 BCE.
|State Emblem of India|
|Adopted||26 January 1950|
|Blazon||Lion Capital of Ashoka|
What does national emblem mean?
A national emblem is an emblem or seal that is reserved for use by a nation state or multi-national state as a symbol of that nation. Many nations have a seal or emblem in addition to a national flag and a national coat of arms.
What are the 5 National symbols?
National symbols are marks, signs and objects for which the country is known/recognized. Examples of these natural symbols are the constitution, map pledge, Anthem, flag, coat of arms, currency and passports.
What are the 10 national symbols?
Here is the detailed information about the national symbols of India.
- National Flag: Tiranga. …
- National Emblem: State Emblem of India. …
- National Calendar: Saka Calendar. …
- National Anthem: Jana Gana Mana. …
- National Song: Vande Matram. …
- National Currency: Indian Rupee. …
- National Animal: Bengal Tiger. …
- National Bird: Peacock.
What are the 17 national symbols of India?
National Symbols of India
|National river||Ganga or Ganges|
|National Aquatic Animal||River Dolphin|
|National Tree of India||Banyan ( Ficus Bengalensis )|
What are the six national symbols of Nepal?
National symbols of Nepal
- National flag.
- National emblem.
- National symbol.
- Nepalese Passport.
- National animal – Cow.
- National flower – Rhododendron arboreum.
- National tree – Peepal.
- National weapon – Khukuri.