The flag of Tajikistan was officially adopted on November 24, 1992.
Tajikistan's flag still displays colors from its original republic flag, when it was a part of the former Soviet Union. Red is from the Russian flag; green is symbolic of its agricultural products, and white represents the cotton crop. The centered crown with seven stars is said to represent the country's independence.
Tajikistan Coat of Arms:
The emblem of Tajikistan is composed of the Pamir Mountains surrounded by cotton on one side and wheat on the other, both wrapped in a banner displaying the national colors. A crown hovers above the mountains, and a book makes up the base.