|Emblem of Odisha|
|Armiger||The Government of Odisha|
|Crest||Lion Capital of Ashoka|
|Blazon||Warrior and Horse statue from Konark Sun Temple|
|Motto||Satyameva Jayate ("Truth Alone Triumphs", from Mundaka Upanishad)|
|Other elements||Odisha Shasana ("Government of Odisha") in Odia (ଓଡ଼ିଶା ଶାସନ) and Devanagari (ओड़िशा शासन)|
The Emblem of Odisha is the official seal of the government of the Indian state of Odisha.
On 3 August 1964, the Council of Ministers adopted the design of the Konark Horse as the State Emblem. The emblem symbolises discipline, strength and progress.
The emblem is a circular seal depicting a representation of the Warrior and Horse statue found at the Konark Sun Temple. The crest of the emblem is the Lion Capital of Ashoka.
Emblems of former Princely states and Zamindaris.