• 25 Poisha 1977-1994, KM# 12, Bangladesh
  • 25 Poisha 1977-1994, KM# 12, Bangladesh

The national emblem of Bangladesh was adopted shortly after independence in 1971. Located on the emblem is a water lily, that is bordered on two sides by rice sheaves. Above the water lilly are four stars and three connected jute leaves. The water lily is the country's national flower, and is representative of the many rivers that run through Bangladesh. Rice represents its presence as the staple food of Bangladesh, and for the agriculture of that nation. The four stars represent the four founding principles that were originally enshrined in the first constitution of Bangladesh in 1972: nationalism, secularism, socialism, and democracy.


Head of a Bengal tiger, name of the country and the facial value.

The Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) is the most numerous tiger subspecies. It is the national animal of both India and Bangladesh. The Bengal tiger's coat is yellow to light orange, with stripes ranging from dark brown to black; the belly and the interior parts of the limbs are white, and the tail is orange with black rings. Bengal tigers may weigh up to 325 kg (717 lb) and reach a head and body length of 320 cm (130 in). Tigers are carnivores. They prefer hunting large ungulates such as chital, sambar, gaur, and to a lesser extent also barasingha, water buffalo, nilgai, serow and takin. Among the medium-sized prey species they frequently kill wild boar, and occasionally hog deer, muntjac and grey langur.

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25 Poisha

KM# 12
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Material Steel
Weight 2.64 g
Diameter 19 mm
Thickness 1.26 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal

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