Coat of arms of Mumbai
|Coat of Arms of Greater Mumbai|
|Armiger||Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai|
|Blazon||Gateway of India, Industry, Corporation Building of Mumbai and Sailing Ships|
|Supporters||Floral patterns flanked by bloming flowers|
|Compartment||Blooming Lotus flower|
|Motto||यतो धर्मस्ततो जय: (Sanskrit)|
Where there is Righteousness, there shall be Victory
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The Coat of Arms of Greater Mumbai (used by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, the governing body of the city of Mumbai) is the official coat of arms of the city of Mumbai. It is a four-panel shield supported by an intertwining floral border in gold.
The Coat of Arms for the city of Bombay (former name for Mumbai) was introduced by the Bombay Presidency in 1888. The current design draws inspiration from the former coat of Arms.
It is a four-panel shield supported by an intertwining floral border in gold and features a lotus in bloom, an emblem of purity and beauty, at the bottom, and is surmounted lion puissant.
- Top Left
- The Gateway of India, one of Mumbai’s most prominent landmarks, signifies the position of Mumbai as a veritable gateway to India.
- Top Right
- A symbolic factory inscribed in a cog wheel signifies the industrial importance of Mumbai.
- Bottom Left
- The three sailing ships in outline denote Mumbai’s pre-eminence as a port and commercial centre.
- Bottom Right
- A symbolized diagram of the Corporation building depicting the seat of Local Self Government in Mumbai.
The motto यतो धर्मस्ततो जय: (Where there is Righteousness, there shall be Victory) in Sanskrit is inscribed in gold at the bottom.
- Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai(MCGM) or Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)
- Municipal Corporation Building, Mumbai (for details on the buildings architecture)
- Administrative divisions of Mumbai
- Mayor of Mumbai
- Municipal Commissioner of Mumbai
- Sheriff of Mumbai