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Logo of IGNCA

Logo of IGNCA

The logo of IGNCA, adopted from the famous Badami ceiling, is a solar symbol representing light and movement and the interpenetration of autonomous units. It shows four Svastikas intertwined together. The symbol represents the cyclic path of time and seasons which reflects germination, growth and decay. The Svastika is known to all ancient cultures of the world and has been found in Hesserik, Greek, Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese, Iranian, Buddhist, Jain, Pueblo Indian, Mexican and Malaysian traditions. The symbol has pervaded the Indian arts from Harappan seals to the contemporary arts.

The four intertwining Svastikas of the logo aptly reflect the universal vision of art and life.

Replica of Badami ceiling - the inspiration for IGNCA Logo

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