PERLIS

ORDERS & DECORATIONS

The Most Esteemed Royal Family Order of Perlis (Darjah Kerabat di-Raja Perlis Yang Amat Amat di-Hormati): instituted by Raja Syed Siraj ud-din on 17th May 2001. Awarded in a single class, without any title attached and at the personal discretion of the ruler (DKP).

The 

Most Esteemed Perlis Family Order of the Gallant Prince Syed Putra Jamalullail (Darjah Kerabat Perlis Baginda Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail Yang Amat Amat di-Hormati): founded by Raja Syed Putra on 21st September 1965 as a family order limited to members of the Perlis and allied Royal families. Awarded in a single class (Darjah Kerabat - DK).

The Perlis Family Order (DK) breast star.

The Order of Dato Bendahara Sri Jamal ul-Lail (Darjah Kebesaran Dato' Bendahara Sri Jamal ul-Lail): founded by Raja Syed Siraj ud-din in 2006 as a special decoration of honour for distinguished statesmen. Awarded in a single class with the personal title of Dato’ Sri di-Raja Bendahara Negara (DBSJ).  

DBSJ - collar, badge and breast star.

The Most Esteemed Order of the Gallant Prince Syed Putra Jamal ul-Lail (Darjah Kebesaran Baginda Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail Yang Amat di-Hormati): founded by Raja Siraj ud-din on 22nd June 1995. Awarded in four classes (1. Knight Grand Companion or Dato' Sri Setia with the title of Dato' Sri di Raja-SSPJ, 2. Knight Companion Dato' Setia-DSPJ, and 3. Knight Commander or Dato' Paduka-DPPJ). Made obsolete in 2001 but appointments revived in 2007.  

The Order of Baginda Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail - Knight Grand Companiona (SSSJ), collar, badge, breast star and sash.

The Most Esteemed Order of the Gallant Prince Syed Siraj ud-din Jamal ul-Lail (Darjah Kebesaran Baginda Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail Yang Amat di-Hormati): founded by Raja Syed Siraj ud-din in 2001. Awarded in four classes (1. Knight Grand Companion or Sri Setia with the title of Dato' Sri di Raja-SSSJ, 2. Knight Companion or Dato' Setia-DSSJ, and 3. Knight Commander or Dato' Setia Panglima-DSPJ).

The Order of Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullai; of Perlis - Datuk Panglima, neck badge.

The Order of Prince Syed Siraj ud-din Jamal ul-Lail of Perlis (Darjah Kebesaran Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail Perlis): founded by Raja Syed Siraj ud-din in 2005 and awarded in four classes (1. Knight Grand Companion or Setia Paduka with the title of Dato' Sri di Raja-SPSJ, 2. Dato' Wira-DWSJ, 3. Knight Commander or Dato' Panglima-DSPJ, and 3. Companion or Sri-SSP).
The Most Illustrious Order of the Crown of Perlis, the Star of Safi (Darjah Kebesaran Mahkota Perlis Yang Amat Mulia, Bintang al-Safi): founded by Raja Syed Putra on 21st September 1965. Awarded in four classes (1. Knight Grand Commander or Dato' Sri Paduka with the title of Dato' Sri di Raja-SPMP, 2. Knight Commander or Dato' Paduka-DPMP, 3. Companion or Setia-SMP, 4. Member or Ahli-AMP). A silver medal (Pingat - PMP) was instituted on 22nd June 1995 to recognise the services of grade 3 departmental heads and community leaders of equivalent rank.

The Order of the Crown of Perlis - Knight Grand Commander (SPMP), sash, breast star, collar and badge.

The Order for Dato’ Titleholders (Darjah Dato’ Bergeler): instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 27th December 1987 to accompany the award of certain titular honours, namely:
Dato' Kurnia Bakti.
- Dato' Indera Perkasa.
- Dato' Indera Dewa.
- Dato' Indera Jaya.
- Dato' Indera Pahlawan.
- Dato' Lela Perkasa.
- Dato' Alim Panglima.
- Dato' Kaya Bakti.
- Dato' Setia Jaya.
- Dato' Alim Setia.

Awarded in a single class, a silver-gilt badge enamelled in blue suspended from a broad, blue, silk riband with a gold central band, worn in the same manner as the sash of a grand cross.

The Conspicuous Gallantry Medal (Pingat Keberanian Handal): instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 9th May 1951 to reward conspicuous acts of gallantry of the highest order. Awarded in a single class, a silver medal (PKH).
The Distinguished Conduct Medal (Pingat Pekerti Terpileh): instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 9th May 1951 as a reward for distinguished conduct. Awarded in a single class, a bronze medal (PPT).
The Meritorious Service Medal (Pingat Jasa Kebaktian): instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 9th May 1951 as a reward for meritorious services in state employ, for those employed in state service in civil service grades three to seven. Awarded in a single class, a bronze medal (PJK).
 

The Conspicuous Gallantry Medal-PKH (L), Distinguished Conduct Medal-PPT (C) and Meritorious Service Medal-PJK (L).

The Meritorious Conduct Medal (Pingat Jasa Baik): instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 30th May 1968 as a reward for meritorious conduct in state employ, for those employed in state service in civil service grades eight to eleven. Awarded in a single class, a bronze medal (PJB).
The Long Service Medal (Pingat Perkhidmatan Lama): instituted by Raja Syed Putra on 4th July 1962 as a reward for twenty-five years of long service in state employ. Awarded in a single class, a silver medal (PPL).
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