Pakistan Coat of Arms
State emblem of Pakistan was adopted in1954, after the proclamation of independence. A distinctive feature of the coat of arms is that it is completely green. This is due to the fact that the state religion of Pakistan - Islam, and green is for this sacred religion.
Brief description of the coat of arms
In the center of the coat of arms of Pakistan - green shieldFrench heraldic form, and at the top - crescent and star. The shield shows the four most important crops of the country - tea, jute, wheat, cotton. The shield is divided into four parts, and each part is one of these crops. Around the shield is a floral wreath. At the bottom - a scroll on which is written in Arabic script: "Faith, Unity, Discipline."
What do the symbols mean the Pakistani Emblem
- The predominant color of the emblem - green - is the sacred history of Pakistan.
- Shield - a symbol of agriculture in Pakistan, it is a wealth of natural resources.
- The crescent and star - the main symbol of Islam, are found everywhere where it is accepted as a state.
- Floral wreath symbolizes the country's history.
- Scroll to the national motto in Urdu, as it is a government in this country. The very motto is taken from the statements of Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Why Islamic symbols are used in the coat of arms
Coat of arms of Pakistan has Islamic symbols asa Muslim country: most believers living in this country - Muslims. Star and crescent - is the ideological foundations of the state of Pakistan. Coat of arms of Pakistan is using them to emphasize the importance of Islamic symbols in public buildings. In addition, Islam - is the foundation of the economy and policy of the country, its economic power. All this underlines the coat of arms.
The coat of arms used by the National Plant of Pakistan images - Jasmine drug. This - the connection with the cultural heritage of Pakistan.
Pakistan coat of arms is one of the most important ofthe country's national symbols. Its use in this Islamic state is strictly regulated all regulations of Sharia. He is considered one of the greatest shrines.