Symbolic representation of the Logo
1. The Raven Crown represents both the centenary and coronation celebrations. Further, it also represents the Tendrel Usha of the Fifth King;
2. The colour of the crown is that of the national flag and Choesid-Nyi;
3. The five rainbow colours behind the neck of the raven signifies the fifth succession to the Golden Throne and also represents the five auspicious colours Dha- Nge-Nga, that would be offered to His Majesty on the coronation day;
4. The letters ‘Centenary’ on the top and ‘Coronation’ vertically below on the left describe the celebrations;
5. Th letter ‘100’ written in artistic Bhutanese figure describes 100 years of monarchy and concurrently also represents the Three Jewels (Norbu Phuensum);
6. The number ‘100’ in yellow has been done with the Bhutanese motif to signify embodiment of five major and five minor knowledge classification of Buddhism. More specifically the two zeros depict the precious gems symbolic of the Fourth and the Fifth Kings;
7. The white backgrounds symbolizes the purity of action, thought and deeds of the two kings and their faith for the people and the country.