What symbolizes Laos?
Emblem. National Emblem of the Lao PDR, which is below the crest and red bow with the words: Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Its two sides are surrounded by a handful of paddy in the shape of a half moon and the red knot, with the words: Peace, Independence, Democracy, Unity, Prosperity.
Which shape is in the Centre of the Laos flag?
Flag of Laos
|Use||National flag and ensign|
|Adopted||12 October 1945; 2 December 1975 (re-adopted)|
|Design||A horizontal triband of red, blue (double height) and red; charged with a white circle in the centre (the diameter of white circle is four-fifths the height of blue band)|
|Designed by||Maha Sila Viravong|
What does the Laos 3 Headed elephant mean?
The three headed elephant image is Buddhist/Hindu in origin – it’s called Airavata (or Erawan in Thai & Cambodia). The elephant has always been a symbol of greatness, wisdom and as a vehicle of transportation. … The stand on which the elephant is standing on represents the laws of the country/kingdom.
What religion is Laos?
Theravada Buddhism is the dominant religion of the ethnic or “lowland” Lao, who constitute 53.2 percent of the overall population. According to the LFNC and MOHA, the remainder of the population comprises at least 48 ethnic minority groups, most of which practice animism and ancestor worship.
What is on Cambodia’s flag?
What flag has an elephant on it?
Flag of Thailand
|Name||Thai: ธงราชนาวี (RTGS: thong ratcha nawi), ‘Royal Navy flag’|
|Adopted||28 September 1917|
|Design||A red disc containing a white elephant in regalia centered on the national flag|