June 4, 1992 - an important event occurred: the State symbols of Kazakhstan were adopted. State symbols - heraldic images, created according to all the canons of modern political culture and historical identity, declared not only the fact of the state independence of the country, but also the essence of the most important principles of building a new state.
An important attribute of state symbols is the coat of arms, translated from German means “inheritance” or “share in inheritance”. The history of the emblems on the Kazakh land begins with the appearance of the first state associations on it. In other words, the history of the coat of arms is the history of the state.
As world experience shows, the characteristic features of the coat of arms of a separate state make it possible to distinguish it from another state. For example, the Sak tribes of the early Iron Age had generic totem signs that allowed them to be distinguished from each other. Tamga - meant a special sign, a sacred symbol, a generic seal. On the clothes of the “Golden Man”, found during excavations of the Issyk kurgan of the V century BC, there were about 4 thousand ornaments made in “animal style” and made in the form of leopard, goat, argali, moose, horses and various birds. From here, the “Koshkar myyz” ornament (argali horns), which are part of our flag, is borrowed.