Hamsa Hand of Fatima Staff Standard Emblem Alam
- Hamsa Hand of Fatima Staff Standard Emblem Alam
- Date: late 19th–early 20th Century
- Geography: Made in India, probably Hyderabad, Deccan
- Medium: Brass
- Dimensions: H. 30 cm) W. 22 cm
- Standards are used in many parts of the Muslim world by the Shi'a community in processions marking the martyrdom of Imam Husain, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad, who died at the battle of Karbala in A.D. 680.