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English: This is the state emblem of Karnataka, India and as such is the official Emblem of Government of Karnataka state in India. The centre is a red shield charged with a white two-headed bird, "Ganda Berunda" and fringed in blue. Crested above it, four red-maned, yellow lions stand back-to-back facing four directions (only three are visible) on a blue circular abacus with a blue frieze carrying sculptures in high relief of a galloping horse on the left, a Dharmachakra in centre, a bull on the right, and the outlines of Dharmachakras on the extreme left and right as part of Sarnath's Ashoka Pillar. The shield is flanked on either side by red-maned, yellow lion-elephant supporters (mythical creatures believed to be upholders of righteousness stronger than lions and elephants) standing on a green, leafy compartment. Below the compartment lies written in stylized Devanāgarī, the national motto of India, "सत्यमेव जयते" (Satyameva Jayate, Sanskrit for "Truth Alone Triumphs"). This emblem is adapted from the royal emblem of Mysore and is carried on all the official correspondences made by Government of Karnataka.
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