Flag of Punjab, Pakistan
|Use||Civil and state flag|
|Adopted||23 May 2005|
The Flag of Punjab is the flag of the Province of Punjab within Pakistan. The Punjab provincial flag shows the emblem of Punjab is reflective of the natural resources of the province - the Wheat, and the 5 rivers which run through the province and from where the province derives its name (from Punj = Five, Aab = Waters), Wheat is the "National staple Crop" of the country. Displaying Pakistani national colours, white and dark Green, with a Crescent and star to represent the Muslim-majority all of which shows its Islamic heritage and strong ties with the Federation of Pakistan respectively. The Inscription within the seal reads Government of Punjab of the province in Urdu, respectively.
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