The Kazakhstan coat of arms was picked from a competition. The winners were Shota Ualikhanov and Zhandarbek Melibekov. It was officially adopted on June 4, 1992.
The Kazakhstan coat of arms depicts a shanyrak, which is the upper part of a yurt, all set against a blue sky. It is surrounded by rays of light and two winged horses. The shanyrak stands for peace, calmness, and family.
The colors blue stands for peace, friendship, and unity. The gold color on the Kazakhstan coat of arms stands for the bright future.
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