The PEACOCK, the TRISHUL and the SUN are the symbols in the design of the Logo which in unity symbolizes strength and gentleness, pride and humility and the sustenance of life and growth.
The PEACOCK with its plumage of vibrant and deep shades of LORD Krishna's rich greenish-blue expresses space and endless opportunities.The diversity of colors meshed together in its beautiful feathers denotes the diversity of the Nation living in harmonious CO-existence.
The splendid feathers lie in its tail with "eye like" spots conveying its vigilance and alertness in the true pursuit of learning. The plumes on its head are symbolic of the high ambitions, aspirations and achievements of humanity.
The TRISHUL is the symbol of good overcoming evil and in the hands of the PEACOCK articulates gentleness with the strength of character to use, if necessary, force for its freedom. The three prongs of the trident are a symbolic representation of our culture illustrating the potential of creation, protection and destruction inherent in the forces of power and expressed in Hindu Mythology which is reflected time and again in the saga of mankind.
The eternal SUN is the center of our solar system - providing inexhaustible cosmic energy to the world. Its system in outer space is the embodiment of precision and the infinite exploration of knowledge and the perpetual quest for the theory of the universe. Its illuminating glow conveys the dispelling of the forces of darkness and symbolizes the fountainhead of new and enduring life and the enlightenment of the human intellect.
The design of the logo describes quintessentially - in the myriad colors of the PEACOCK, the TRISHUL, ancient weapons of the Gods and the eternal SUN - the Indian ethos blending together its traditions, culture, ideologies and philosophies.
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