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Consider the following statements with reference to the National Emblem of India:
1. The abacus and the animal part tken from the Lauria Nandangarh pillar.
2. it has four animals that is a galloping horse, a bull, an elephant and a lion.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Both 1 and 2
Neither 1 Nor 2
National Emblem: The abacus and the animal part of the Sarnath pillar forms the official national emblem of India. In the abacus of the Sarnath pillar, four animals are shown representing four directions – a galloping horse (west), a bull (east), an elephant (south) and a lion (north). The animals seem to follow each other turning the wheel of existence till eternity.
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