Emblem of Ladakh
|Emblem of Ladakh|
|Armiger||The Government of Ladakh|
|Adopted||31 October 2019|
|Blazon||Emblem of India|
|Other elements||The Administration of Union Territory of Ladakh (sic) |
The Emblem of Ladakh is the symbol used to represent the government of Ladakh, a region in the northern part of the Indian Subcontinent currently administered by India as a union territory. It was adopted following the creation of the union territory of Ladakh on 31 October 2019.
Autonomous hill development councils
A proposed emblem for Ladakh has been reported. This design includes the National Emblem of India at the top symbolising Ladakh as being part of India. The two black-necked crane and a yak head represent the wildlife of Ladakh. Mountains represent natural beauty and geography of Ladakh while three waves in bottom part represent it's rivers.
The administration of Ladakh can be represented by a banner displaying the emblem of the territory on a white field.