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State symbols of the Republic of Kazakhstan

The National Flag of the Republic of Kazakhstan

The State Emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan

The National Hymn of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Флаг_РК Герб_РК Гимн_РК

The State Flag of the Republic of Kazakhstan is a rectangular breadth of blue colour with the image of the sun in its center with a soaring steppe eagle underneath. Along the flagstaff there is a vertical band with the national ornamental patterns. The images of the sun, rays, eagle and ornament are of golden colour. The ratio of the Flag’s width to its length: 1:2.

 

The State Emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan has the shape of a circle. The central heraldic element of the State Emblem is the image of shanyrak (an arched cross-shaped top of the Kazakh yurt) against a sky blue background which irradiates uyks (supports or bearings of the yurt) in the form of sunrays to all sides. On both right and left of shanyrak there are images of mythical winged quarter horses. At the top of Emblem there is a volumetric five-pointed star. There is also the inscription “Qazaqstan” at the bottom of the Emblem. The images of shanyrak, uyks, and mythical horses, as well as the inscriptions “Qazaqstan”, have the colour of gold.

 Lyrics by Zhumeken Nazhimedenov and Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Music by Shamshi Kaldayakov.

The golden sun shines in the sky,

The golden seed lays in the steppe,

The legend tells about brave men,-

Look at my homeland!

Our glory has come

From hoary antiquity;

My Kazakh people

Are proud and strong.

Chorus:

Oh, my homeland! Oh, my homeland!

I am a flower grown by you,

I am a song coming from your lips.

My Kazakhstan, that’s where I was born!

Here are my vast expanses

And the way into the future.

Here is my independent,

Solidary, and united nation.

Our happy nation, our people

Welcome the new time

As an eternal friend.

Chorus:

Oh, my homeland! Oh, my homeland!

I am a flower grown by you,

I am a song coming from your lips.

My Kazakhstan, that’s where I was born!

 

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