in 1951 General election Congress had bullocks and the hand was Forward Bloc’s

Symbols in 1951


 CPI is the only national party whose symbol remains unchanged.


  1. All India Bhartiya Jan Sangh – Lamp
  2. Bolshevik Party of India – Star
  3. Communist Party of India – Ears of corn and a sickle
  4. Forward Bloc (Marxist Group) – Standing lion
  5. Forward Bloc (Ruikar Group) – Human hand
  6. Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha – Horse and rider
  7. Indian National Congress – Yoked oxen (at some places also referred to as bulls, but then there is a difference between a bull and an ox/bullock)
  8. Krishikar Lok Party – A cultivator winnowing grain
  9. Kisan Mazdoor Praja Party – Hut
  10. Revolutionary Communist Party of India – Flaming torch
  11. Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya Parishad – Rising sun
  12. Revolutionary Socialist Party – Spade and stoker
  13. All India Scheduled Caste Federation – Elephant
  14. Socialist Party – Tree


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