Revised Telangana State Emblem Published in Gazette

Published: 27th March 2015 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th March 2015 06:04 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The revised state emblem was published in the Gazette on Thursday. The notification published in the Gazette says: “The state government directs that all offices under the state government shall adopt the approved design of the state emblem as the emblem of government of Telangana”.

“The state emblem consists of Kakatiya Toranam, Charminar all in green colour and Ashoka Lions, i.e., Lion Capital in gold colour with the words ‘Satyameva Jayate’ in Devanagari script written prominently below the Lion Capital, all suitably harmonised into a green colour circle, with an external gold coloured circle, with the words ‘Government of Telangana’ in green colour in three languages, namely, English, Telugu and Urdu”.

Revised Telangana.jpgAll the departments of the Secretariat and all the heads of the departments of government are requested to adopt the revised state emblem in all official stationery, invitations in connection with all state and official functions of the state government, official seals and for display at all other places where it needs to be displayed like public buildings, flags, etc.

The soft copy of the emblem can be downloaded from the state government’s official website: www.telangana.gov.in.

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