State Emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan
The State Emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan has the shape of a circle and is an image of a shanyrak (the upper vaulted part of the yurt) against a blue background, from which the ears (supports) diverge in all directions in the form of sunlight. On the right and left of the shanyrak there are images of mythical winged horses. A voluminous five-pointed star is located in the upper part, and the inscription "QAZAQSTAN" is in the lower part.
The image of the star, shanyrak, uyks, mythical winged horses, as well as the inscription "QAZAQSTAN" - the color of gold.
The State Emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan is based on a shanyrak. He became the heart of the coat of arms.
This is a center, the integrity of the world, a symbol of the fundamental principle of the state.
The winged tulpar is an image of immortality, endless development and spiritual wealth of the peoples living in Kazakhstan under one shanyrak. Tulpar is a symbol of maintaining the system of sovereign Kazakhstan. The winged tulpar is a flight, a dream, a young generation with which hopes are always associated.
A five-pointed star crowns the coat of arms. Each person has his own guiding light. Such a star should be in the state.
The authors of the State Emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan are architects Shota Ualikhanov and Zhandarbek Malibekov.