Emblem of Jammu and Kashmir
The Emblem of Jammu and Kashmir was a symbol used to represent the government of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, India.   The state of Jammu and Kashmir was reorganised into two union territories, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, on 31 October 2019 and the new union territory of Jammu and Kashmir has not yet adopted a distinct emblem. 
A new emblem was adopted by the State of Jammu and Kashmir in November 1952 when the monarchy of was formally abolished. It was designed by Mohan Rania.   Prior to the adoption of the that emblem, Jammu and Kashmir used the coat of arms of Princely State of Jammu and Kashmir. The state of Jammu and Kashmir was reorganised into two union territories, the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh on 31 October 2019. The new union territory of Jammu and Kashmir has not as yet adopted a distinct symbol for official use. 
The emblem was in the style of socialist heraldry. It depicted a lotus flower rising out of a lake as its central elements. The lake was flanked by two ploughs and supported by ears of grain. Below is a triangular representation of a mountain peak and a banner bearing the name of the state in English. The three broad stripes shown within the lake represented the three geographical areas of the state at the time the emblem was adopted, the Jammu region, the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh.