Orders, decorations, and medals of Perlis

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The decorations of the Sultanate of Perlis are:[1][2]

Orders and Decorations[edit]

The Most Esteemed Royal Family Order of Perlis - Darjah Kerabat di-Raja Perlis Yang Amat Amat di-Hormati

  • instituted by Raja Syed Siraj ud-din on 17 May 2001.
  • Awarded in a single class, without any title attached and at the personal discretion of the ruler - DKP

Most Esteemed Perlis Family Order of the Gallant Prince Syed Putra Jamalullail - Darjah Kerabat Perlis Baginda Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail Yang Amat Amat di-Hormati

  • founded by Raja Syed Putra on 21 September 1965 as a family order limited to members of the Perlis and allied Royal families.
  • Awarded in a single class, Darjah Kerabat - DK

The Order of Dato Bendahara Sri Jamalullail - Darjah Kebesaran Dato' Bendahara Sri Jamal ul-Lail

  • founded by Raja Syed Siraj ud-din in 2006 as a special decoration of honour for distinguished statesmen.
  • Awarded in a single class with the personal title of Dato’ Sri di-Raja Bendahara Negara - DBSJ

The Most Esteemed Order of the Gallant Prince Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail - Darjah Kebesaran Baginda Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail Yang Amat di-Hormati

  • founded by Raja Syed Siraj ud-din in 2001 and awarded in four classes
    • 1. Knight Grand Companion or Sri Setia with the title of Dato' Sri di Raja - SSSJ
    • 2. Knight Companion or Dato' Setia - DSSJ
    • 3. Knight Commander or Dato' Setia Panglima - DSPJ

The Order of Prince Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail of Perlis - Darjah Kebesaran Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail Perlis

  • founded by Raja Syed Siraj ud-din in 2005 and awarded in four classes :
    • 1. Knight Grand Companion or Setia Paduka with the title of Dato' Sri di Raja-SPSJ,
    • 2. Dato' Wira - DWSJ
    • 3. Knight Commander or Dato' Panglima - DSPJ
    • 4. Companion or Sri - SSP

The Most Esteemed Order of the Gallant Prince Syed Putra Jamalullail - Darjah Kebesaran Baginda Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail Yang Amat di-Hormati

  • founded by Raja Siraj ud-din on 22 June 1995.
  • Awarded in four classes
    • 1. Knight Grand Companion or Dato' Sri Setia with the title of Dato' Sri di Raja - SSPJ
    • 2. Knight Companion Dato' Setia - DSPJ
    • 3. Knight Commander or Dato' Paduka-DPPJ

Made obsolete in 2001 but appointments revived in 2007.

The Most Illustrious Order of the Crown of Perlis, the Star of Safi - Darjah Kebesaran Mahkota Perlis Yang Amat Mulia, Bintang al-Safi

  • founded by Raja Syed Putra on 21 September 1965.
  • Awarded in four classes :
    • 1. Knight Grand Commander or Dato' Sri Paduka with the title of Dato' Sri di Raja - SPMP
    • 2. Knight Commander or Dato' Paduka - DPMP
    • 3. Companion or Setia - SMP
    • 4. Member or Ahli - AMP

A silver medal (Pingat - PMP) was instituted on 22 June 1995 to recognise the services of grade 3 departmental heads and community leaders of equivalent rank.

The Order for Dato’ Titleholders - Darjah Dato’ Bergeler

  • instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 27 December 1987 to accompany the award of certain titular honours, namely:
  • Dato' Kurnia Bakti
  • Dato' Indera Perkasa.
  • Dato' Indera Dewa.
  • Dato' Indera Jaya.
  • Dato' Indera Pahlawan.
  • Dato' Lela Perkasa.
  • Dato' Alim Panglima.
  • Dato' Kaya Bakti.
  • Dato' Setia Jaya.
  • Dato' Alim Setia.

Awarded in a single class, a silver-gilt badge enamelled in blue suspended from a broad, blue, silk riband with a gold central band, worn in the same manner as the sash of a grand cross.

The Conspicuous Gallantry Medal - Pingat Keberanian Handal

  • instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 9 May 1951 to reward conspicuous acts of gallantry of the highest order.
  • Awarded in a single class, a silver medal - PKH

The Distinguished Conduct Medal - Pingat Pekerti Terpileh

  • instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 9 May 1951 as a reward for distinguished conduct.
  • Awarded in a single class, a bronze medal - PPT

The Meritorious Service Medal - Pingat Jasa Kebaktian

  • instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 9 May 1951 as a reward for meritorious services in state employ, for those employed in state service in civil service grades three to seven.
  • Awarded in a single class, a bronze medal - PJK

The Meritorious Conduct Medal - Pingat Jasa Baik

  • instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 30 May 1968 as a reward for meritorious conduct in state employ, for those employed in state service in civil service grades eight to eleven.
  • Awarded in a single class, a bronze medal - PJB

The Long Service Medal - Pingat Perkhidmatan Lama

  • instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 4 July 1962 as a reward for twenty-five years of long service in state employ.
  • Awarded in a single class, a silver medal - PPL


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Colecciones Militares, Ribbons of Perlis, 1 & 2
  2. ^ Royal Ark, Decorations of Perlis