The silver and sky blue coloured Coat of Arms of Bishop Amalraj contains four smaller parts:
First Part: The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus surrounded by the thrones amidst burning flames
Second Part: The open Scripture with the letters L and W (Alpha and Omega) indicating the beginning and the end.
Third Part: The hilly terrain containing three mountains with a star adding beauty thereto.
Fourth Part: Joined hands in love express friendship. The Holy Spirit in the form of a dove protecting, the Coat of Arms is designed like an award shield.
Silver Colour: This colour indicates the transparent ministry of the Bishop. The qualities of truth, sincerity and acceptance are expressed in his life and words, indicating the fraternity lived in Jesus
Heart: The proactive care of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Blue: The blue coloured sky indicates the detached life from this world and uprising spiritual liberation. It expresses the preparation for heavenly journey through our life on earth.
Holy Scripture: The Holy Scripture with the letters indicating Alpha and Omega is the symbol of salvation of humanity. This is drawn in a first class gold metal indicating that pure life and faith in God as our first quality. Faith in God contains the love of God the Father.
Three Hills: They indicate the three parts of our diocese (The Nilgiris, Gundri, Talavady). The morning star on them indicates the guiding light of the Virgin Mary.
Joined Hands: The relationship of joined palms indicates the peace filled with friendship of God’s children. It further indicates the serenity, fraternity, Bishop’s ministries and duties filled with love.