The National Emblem of India is an adaptation of the Lion Capital atop the Ashoka Pillar of Sarnath. It was a declaration of the newly acquired Republic status of India. It features prominently on all currency notes as well as Indian passports. The national Emblem is the symbol of sovereignty for India. It features four Asiatic Lions sitting back-to-back. The four lions stand on a short cylindrical base that has four Ashok Chakras corresponding to each lion bust.
Each piece is immaculately hand carved by master craftsmen - out of a single piece of Whitewood, also known as ‘Kadam wood’. The intricate motifs and contours are inspired by the architectural beauty of South Indian temples.
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