|Emblem of West Bengal|
|Armiger||Government of West Bengal|
|Crest||Emblem of India|
|Blazon||Globe, Bengali characters (ব), map of West Bengal|
|Other elements||পশ্চিমবঙ্গ সরকার - Govt. of West Bengal|
The Emblem of West Bengal is the official seal of the government of the state of West Bengal, India.
The emblem consists of a circle depicting a globe with the state of West Bengal highlighted by a representation of the Bengali alphabet. The National Emblem of India appears above the globe and the emblem includes the name of the state in the English i.e. West Bengal and Bengali language i.e. Bengali: পশ্চিমবঙ্গ, romanized: Pôśchim Bôṅgô . The central element of the emblem was also used by the Biswa Bangla campaign to promote sale of traditional West Bengali handicrafts and textiles.
The current emblem was designed by Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of the state and was officially adopted in January 2018. Prior to the adoption of the new emblem in 2018, the state government used the National Emblem of India for official purposes but had adopted a distinctive logo for marketing purposes. This logo, known as "Banglarmukh" (Face of Bengal), depicted a female face surround by a red veil.
West Bengal has one autonomous district council, the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration, which adopted its own emblem in October 2014. The emblem is a circular seal featuring a locomotive of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a woman picking tea leaves, a rhododendron flower and mountain peaks of the Himalayas surrounded by the name of the authority and two pairs of crossed Kukri daggers.[unreliable source]