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Haryana Police


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HARYANA WAS SPLIT OFF FROM PUNJAB STATE ON THE 1ST OF NOVEMBER 1966. The main part of the actual state was ceded to the East India Company in 1803. In 1832 it was added to the Northwest Provinces and in 1858 to Punjab to which it belonged until 1966. In the center of the state the Principality of Jind was located.


The emblem of  Haryana shows a sun and a lotus-flower rising from a lake. The title reads: GOV[ernemen]T OF HARYANA.

It is surrounded by a garland of olive branches and has the national symbol with motto of the Indian Republic as a crest.





The emblem of Haryana Police consists of the letters HP in devanagiri script within a garland and crested with the Asoka Capital of India.




THE PRINCIPALITY OF JIND WAS ORIGINALLY ESTABLISHED IN 1772 BY RAJA Gajpal Singh, a great-grandson of the famous Phul. In extent and importance the State stands second amongst wat are known the three Phulkian States of the Punjab, viz. Patiala, Jind and Nabha.


An achievement for H.H. Farzand-i-Dilband, Rasikh ul-Itiqad-i- Daulat-i-Inglishia, Raja-i-Rajgan, Raja Sri Sir Raghubir Singh Rajendra Bahadur, Raja of Jind, (r.1864 - 1887) was designed by Robert Taylor at the occasion of the Durbar at Delhi, 1877.[1]



Arms: Ermine, a target Sable, bossed Or, within a bordure engrailed Purpure.

Crest: On a helmet to the dexter, lambrequined Argent and Purpure, an elephant passant proper.

Supporters: A horse on the dexter and a lion on the sinister proper.

Motto: Vahupala Phulat Phalam in devanagiri script.

(Taylor n° 43)


For Brigadier H.H. Farzand-i-Dilband, Rasikh-ul-Itiqad-i-Daulat-i-Inglishia, Raja-i-Rajgan, Maharaja Sri Sir Ranbir Singh Rajendra Bahadur, Maharaja of Jind (1911), (r.1887 - 1948) the jewel of the Order of the Star of India was added to the achievement.



Arms: Ermine, a target Sable, bossed Or, within a bordure Purpure.

Crest: On a helmet affrontée, lambrequined Argent and Purpure, an elephant passant proper.

Supporters: A horse and a lion.


Motto: Mahipala Phalat Phalam in devanagiri script.

Order: The jewel of the Order of the Star of India (Great Britain, 1861).


This version is on a document of 1928. It shows the achievement of 1877 freely interpreted.




Achievement of Pataudi


Pataudi State was a small princely state in India, established in 1804 during the rule of the British East India Company. With an area of 52 square miles and its capital at Pataudi, in present-day Haryana, it was under the political control of the Commissioner of Delh


The achievement shows a crescent-and-sun supported by two angels upholding a crown and birds



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© Hubert de Vries 2009-06-16. Updated 2009-08-03; 2015-11-13; 2016-12-01




[1] Taylor, Robert M.A. Cantab Bengal Civil Service.: The Princely Armory. Being a display of the arms of the ruling chiefs of India prepared for the Imperial Assembly held at Delhi on the 1st day of January 1877. Printed for the Government of India at the Government Central Printing Office, 8 Hastings Street, Calcutta 1902.

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