Orders, decorations, and medals of Pahang

The following is the orders, decorations, and medals given by Sultan of Pahang. When applicable, post-nominal letters and non-hereditary titles are indicated.[1][2]

Order of precedence for the wearing of order insignias, decorations, and medals

Precedence: [1][3]

1.Darjah KerabatD.K.P.--Left shoulder
2.Darjah Kerabat Sri Indra Mahkota Pahang Yang Amat DihormatiD.K. I--Left shoulder
3.Darjah Kebesaran Mahkota Pahang Yang Amat DihormatiD.K. II--
4.Darjah Sri Diraja Sultan Ahmad Shah PahangS.D.S.A.Dato' Sri Diraja
5.Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah PahangS.S.A.P.Dato' Sri
6.Sri Indera Mahkota PahangS.I.M.P.Dato' Indera[4]
7.Darjah Sultan Ahmad Shah PahangD.S.A.P.Dato'
8.Darjah Indera Mahkota PahangD.I.M.P.Dato'
9.Setia Ahmad Shah PahangS.A.P.--
10.Setia Mahkota PahangS.M.P.--
11.Ahli Ahmad Shah PahangA.A.P.--
12.Ahli Mahkota PahangA.M.P.--
13.Pingat Khidmat CemerlangP.K.C.--
14.Pingat Gagah PerwiraP.G.P.--
15.Jaksa PendamaiJ.P.--
16.Pingat Kelakuan TerpujiP.K.T.--
17.Pingat Jasa KebaktianP.J.K.--
18.Pingat Perkhidmatan Luar BiasaP.P.B.--

Orders, decorations, and medals

The Most Illustrious Royal Family Order of Pahang - Darjah Kerabat Yang Maha Mulia Utama Kerabat Diraja Pahang

  • Founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah on 24 October 1977.
  • Awarded in one class, Member or Ahli - D.K.P.

The Most Esteemed Family Order of the Crown of Indra of Pahang - Darjah Kerabat Sri Indra Mahkota Pahang Yang Amat Dihormati

  • Founded by Sultan Abu Bakar on 25 May 1967.
  • Awarded in two classes :
    • 1. Member 1st class - D.K. I
    • 2. Member 2nd class - D.K. II

The Grand Royal Order of Sultan Ahmad Shah of Pahang - Darjah Sri Diraja Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang

  • Founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah on 23 October 2010 in commemoration of his eightieth birthday.
  • Awarded in a single class, Grand Royal Knight or Dato’ Sri Diraja - S.D.S.A.

The Most Illustrious Order of Sultan Ahmad Shah of Pahang - Darjah Kebesaran Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang Yang Amat Mulia[5]

  • Founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah on 24 October 1977.
  • Awarded in four classes :
    • 1. Grand Knight or Dato' Sri - S.S.A.P.
    • 2. Knight Companion or Dato' - D.S.A.P.
    • 3. Companion or Setia - S.A.P.
    • 4. Member or Ahli - A.A.P.

The Esteemed Order of the Crown of Pahang - Darjah Kebesaran Mahkota Pahang Yang Dihormati[4]

  • Founded by Sultan Abu Bakar on 27 December 1968.
  • Awarded in four classes :
    • 1. Grand Knight or Dato' Indera - S.I.M.P.
    • 2. Knight Companion or Dato' - D.I.M.P.
    • 3. Companion or Setia - S.M.P.
    • 4. Member or Ahli - A.M.P.

Gallantry Medal - Pingat Gagah Perwira

  • Instituted by Sultan Abu Bakar on 17 October 1951 to reward conspicuous acts of gallantry of the highest order.
  • Awarded in a single class, a silver medal - P.G.P.

Distinguished Service Medal - Pingat Khidmat Cemerlang

  • Instituted by Sultan Ahmad Shah on 20 October 1985 as a reward for long and distinguished services to the state.
  • Awarded in a single class, a silver medal - P.K.C.

Distinguished Conduct Medal - Pingat Kelakuan Terpuji

  • Instituted by Sultan Abu Bakar on 17 October 1951 as a reward for distinguished conduct in the service of the state.
  • Awarded in a single class, a bronze medal - P.K.T.

Meritorious Service Medal - Pingat Jasa Kebaktian

  • Instituted by Sultan Abu Bakar on 17 October 1951 as a reward for long and meritorious services to the state.
  • Awarded in a single class, a bronze medal - P.J.K.

Silver Jubilee Medal - Pingat Jubli Perak Pahang

  • Instituted by Sultan Abu Bakar on 29 May 1957 in commemoration of his twenty-five years as sultan.
  • Awarded in a single class, a silver medal - P.J.P.

Silver Jubilee Medal - Pingat Jubli Perak Pahang

  • Instituted by Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1999 to commemorate his twenty-five years as sultan.
  • Awarded in a single class, a silver medal - P.J.P.

Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Installation Medal - Pingat Pertabalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah

  • Instituted to commemorate the installation of the Sultan of Pahang, Sultan Ahmad Shah, as the seventh Yang di-Pertuan Agong on 10 July 1980.
  • Awarded in three classes of medals, gold, silver and bronze.

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