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Tajikistan was the last of the former USSR republics to adopt a new flag. The colours are based on the flag used by the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic, which consisted of a red field with horizontal band of white and a thinner band of green. The white was said to represent cotton production, the backbone of Tajikistani agriculture and the green was said to represent other agriculture.
The red is said to symbolize the sun and victory. The crown represents the Tajik people; the name derives from the word Tajvar which means "crowned". The seven stars are said to symbolize the heaven of Tajik legend, being composed of seven beautiful orchards separated by seven mountains each with a glowing star on top. In Traditional Tajik culture, the word "seven" is magic and is a symbol of perfection, the embodiment of happiness and the provider of virtue.Contact us to purchase