Telangana State New Symbols and Emblem

Telangana State was officially formed on 2 June 2014. Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao was elected as the first chief minister of Telangana. Telangana Formation Day is celebrated on 2nd June every year since 2014. The state of Telangana is divided into 31 districts.

  1. Adilabad
  2. Bhadradri Kothagudem
  3. Hyderabad
  4. Jagtial
  5. Jangaon
  6. Bhupalpalle
  7. Gadwal
  8. Kamareddy
  9. Karimnagar
  10. Khammam
  11. Asifabad
  12. Mahabubabad
  13. Mahabubnagar
  14. Mancherial
  15. Medak
  16. Shamirpet
  17. Nagarkurnool
  18. Nalgonda
  19. Nirmal
  20. Nizamabad
  21. Peddapalli
  22. Sircilla
  23. Shamshabad
  24. Sangareddy
  25. Siddipet
  26. Suryapet
  27. Vikarabad
  28. Wanaparthy
  29. Warangal Rural
  30. Warangal Urban
  31. Bhongir

Telangana state Official emblem was designed by painter, Laxman Aelay. It was adopted on 2 June 2014 after the newly formed government headed by K. Chandrashekar Rao adopted it. It was the first file to be signed by him after swearing in. Initially, Charminar was not included, but after the advice of Asaduddin Owaisi, Hyderabad MP and president of AIMIM, it was added.

It consists of the Kakatiya Kala Thoranam and Charminar with Sarnath Lion Capital. It has “Government of Telangana” in English, Telangana Sarkar in Urdu and  Telangana Prabhutvam in Telugu. Satyameva Jayate is written in Sanskrit.

Telangana state Logo

  • The State Bird – Palapitta (Indian Roller or Blue Jay).
  • The State Animal – Jinka (Deer).
  • The State Tree – Jammi Chettu (Prosopis Cineraria).
  • The State Flower – Tangedu (Tanner’s Cassia).