30+ National Symbols of Pakistan

Pakistan “The Islamic Republic of Pakistan” is situated in South Asia. The country shares borders with India, Iran, Afghanistan, and China. It is 5th most-populous country in the world with the population of 209,970,000 people and counting. Pakistan got its independence from British imperialism  in 14th August, 1947.

Pakistan has a number of official symbols which mainly includes, flag, an anthem, an emblem, national tower, national animal etc. These symbols were adopted at different stages as the country moved forward, and each symbol has its own set of rules and regulations defining their use.

1.National Flag 

alt="Pakistan Flag"

The national flag was designed by Amiruddin Kidwai. It was adopted just before independence on August 11, 1947.

2. National Anthem

The national anthem (Quomi Tarana in Urdu) of Pakistan was written by Hafeez Jullandhuri, and was officially adopted after 13 August 1954.

3. State Emblem

alt="national emblem of Pakistan"

The State Emblem was adopted in 1954 which symbolizes Pakistan’s ideological foundation.

4. National Language

alt=Urdu"

5. Father of the Nation (Baba-e-Quom)

alt="Muhammad Ali Jinnah"

Muhammad Ali Jinnah the founder of Pakistan

6. Mother of the Nation

alt="Fatima Jinnah"

Fatima Jinnah, she was the younger sister of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

7. National Poet

alt="Allama Iqbal"

Allama Muhammad Iqbal

8. National Mosque

alt="Faisal Mosque Wallpapers And Images '

Known as Faisal Masjid located in Islamabad Pakistan

9. National Flower

alt="National Flower of Pakistan"

Jasmine the National Flower of Pakistan. The national floral symbol of Pakistan was adopted in 1961.

10. National Bird

alt="Pakistans-national-bird-Chukar"

The national bird of Pakistan is Chakur (Partridge).

11. National Animal

alt="National-Animal-of-Pakistan'

Markhor is the national animal of Pakistan.

12. National Tree

alt="deodar national tree of Pakistan'

Cedrus Deodar is the national tree of Pakistan

13. National Fruit

alt="Pakistans-national-fruit-mango"

Mango is the national fruit of Pakistan

14. Memorial tower

alt="The-Minar-e-Pakistan-Wallpaper"

The-Minar-e-Pakistan

15. Nation’s Motto

alt="National Motto of Pakistan"

Unity, Faith, Discipline.

 16. National Dress

alt="National Dress of Pakistan"

Shalwar Kameez

17. National Airline

alt="pia-markhor"

Pakistan International Airline known as PIA

18. National Drink

alt="national-drink-of-pakistan"

Sugarcane Juice

19. National Vegetable 

alt="National Vegetable of Pakistan"

Ladyfinger

20. National Currency 

alt="National Rupee"

Pakistani Rupee

21. National Game

alt="National sport of Pakistan"

National game or sport of Pakistan is Hockey

22. National Mountain 

alt="National Mountain of Pakistan"

K2

23. National Dish

alt="Biryani-National-Dish-of-Pakistan"

Biryani

24. National Crop

alt="National Crop of Pakistan"

Sugarcane

25. National Monument 

alt="National Monument of Pakistan"

26. National Media and Film Industry 

alt="National Film Industry of Pakistan"National Film Industry of Pakistan"

National media and film industry is called Lollywood

27. National River

alt="National River of Pakistan"

Indus River

28. National Mausoleum

alt="Mazar-e-Quaid"

Mazar-e-Quaid

29. National Pass

alt="National Pass of Pakistan"

Bab-e-Khyber or Khyber Pass

30. National Library

alt="National Library of Pakistan"

Located in Islamabad

31. National Museum 

ALT="National Museum of Pakistan"

The National Museum of Pakistan is located in Karachi

32. National Instrument

alt="National instrument of Pakistan"

Dafli

If you’d like to add more national symbols of Pakistan, kindly mention them in the comment section below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shahid Umar

Shahid Umar self-produce and host blogs about the film and music industry. Researches trends and news, all while keeping up to date in the arts/entertainment industry. Writes feature, listing and review blogs via through critical analysis. He is also a passionate photographer who love to write about the new trends and changes happening in lens industry.

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