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Does someone shed some light regarding the logo's meaning? TheHindu

Does someone shed some light regarding the logo's meaning? TheHindu

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kaneru_nathish

The sphinx for questioning those in power The elephant for unbridled wisdom and strength The lotus for beauty and prosperity Source: My ass


Maveli-The-Great

The question is can your ass be trusted. Or it's full of gas and shit like all other assholes.


endoftheworrld

Lotus is for BJP. You're lying /s


TheMightyBeak376

I'm ashamed of the fact that I completely believed you until the source part.


kaneru_nathish

It isn't even a sphinx because it has hooves lol. It's possibly a representation of Gauri


TheMightyBeak376

To be frank, it has horns so it might as well be the devil.


kaneru_nathish

The wings and bovine body?


TheMightyBeak376

Probably some different version of the devil? I'm not very good with mythology so I wouldn't know. It might as well be Gauri, like you said.


Maveli-The-Great

This I what I found in quora - But doesn't seem to compute. Like that's not a cow. Seems like a source from quora OP ass also. > The cow on the right is Kamadhenu, and the elephant on the right is Airavat. There’s a lotus in the middle, and a conch over the geographical map of India, and on the top is a rising sun. > Airavat, the king-god of elephants, is the mount of God Indra. > This elephant emerged out of the waters when the ocean was churned by the Gods. That is why the name is derived from Cravat, (one produced by water). > Kamadhenu also emerged from the churning of the cosmic ocean and is considered to be the mother of all cows. > These all are sacred symbols for Hindus and denote prosperity. Or this. Which seems to be not true also [logo explained ](https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-95987fd0f8b3777cc1f7e8f75fc16b24)