Our digitally printed Kazakhstan flags are made to a high quality, durable knitted polyester. Generated to the Flag Institute approved design, by us here in the UK. Each flag is hand finished with a double sewn hem for durability, and a headband, rope and toggle suitable for attachment to any standard flagpole.
Our flags are manufactured to the highest standards. We offer flags in a choice of two materials, Hand Made National Flags, and Digitally Printed National Flags
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|Adopted||4th June 1992|
|Dimensions||A sky blue flag with a 32 rayed golden sun and steppe eagle at its centre with golden ornamental “Koshkar-muiz” on the left hand side.|
|Colours||PMS – Blue: 3125 U, Yellow: 102 U
CMYK – Blue: 83% Cyan, 0% Magenta, 21% Yellow, 0% Black; Yellow: 0% Cyan, 0% Magenta
95% Yellow, 0% Black
The earliest known flag is that of the Kazakh State of 1456 to 1847. When Russian immigrants started settling into the country by their thousands many Kazakhs began clashing with them. This led the Soviet Union to invade and take it as part of the Russian Empire in 1822. During this time the Kazakh state was ruled under the white-blue-red tricolour Flag of the Russian Empire.
The White army took control in 1917 and creating the Alash Autonomy. During this time the flag was changed to a red field with a crescent and five-pointed star facing to the right. They gave over control of the Kazakh state to the Soviets in 1920. Eventually in 1936, after two name changes, the Soviet forces would call the state The Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic and choose a new red flag with lower blue horizontal line with a gold hammer and sickle and five pointed star. This flag would remain until the end of the Soviet Empire in 1991.
Kazakhstan was the last Soviet Republic to be declared Independent and Shaken Niyazbekov designed its new flag.
The light blue colour of the flag was chosen to represent endless sky, a symbol of ethnic unity. The sun represented life, energy, wealth and plenitude. The eagle was used to show freedom and flight for the future. The ornamental pattern represents the horns of the ram, a national traditional pattern.
The Emblems of Kazakhstan
The Emblem of Kazakhstan features the sky blue and gold colours of the Flag of Kazakhstan.
It is an image of Shanyrak, the symbol of peace and family. The circular shape represents eternity and features the upper part of a yurt with two winged horses on top.
Five pointed star and golden sunrays also feature. The word Kazakh is written at the bottom.
The Coat of Arms of the Kazakh Armed Forces is a two-tone red five-pointed star with gold outline. In front of the star is the sun and eagle from the Flag of Kazakhstan. The Kazakh Air Force roundel is a simplified version of the Coat of Arms.
The Governmental Flags of Kazakhstan
The Military Flags of Kazakhstan
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