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Quote by Subhas Chandra Bose

On the occasion of Netaji’s Birthday, Famous quotes by Subhas Chandra Bose.

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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Qoutes

National Integration Council Logo- Benoy Sarkar

National Integration Council Logo

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National Integration Council Logo by Binoy Sarkar

National Integration Council logo was designed by iconic designer Benoy Sarkar. An alumni of National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, Mr. Sarkar who was blessed with teachings from legendary graphic designers like Paul Rand at Yale University while doing his masters. The National Integration Council originated in a conference convened by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1961. The purpose was to find ways to counter problems that were dividing the country including attachment to specific communities, castes, regions and languages. Now it is a body under Ministry of Home.

For more details find Biography and work of Mr. Benoy Sarkar.

Meaning of National Integration Council Logo

The logo is iconic, depicting people joining hands to integrate and assimilate ideas. The efforts aims to propagate a secular, equal and strong socio-economic and political fraternity in India. These values are enhanced visually by the use of the national tri-colour palette of Indian flag.(Source: D’source, IIT Bombay)

Sanskar Bharti Rangoli Designs- Curve

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Sanskar Bharti Rangoli Designs

Sanskar Bharti Rangoli Designs

India has a rich tradition of festivals and for festivals,  Rangoli Designs will be an integral part of celebrations. You can find many posts on Rangoli Designs on my blog like World’s Largest Rangoli. Making Rangoli Designs is a part Indian Culture and is being followed since many years. Basically Rangoli Designs are created using colours sand, flower petals, rice, flour etc. They are drawn on the floors, courtyards, grounds. One of the types of Rangoli is called as Sankar Bharti Rangoli. It is a the most popular in Maharashtra. On many occasions like Ganesha Festival, Diwali we create Sanskar Bharti Rangoli Designs.

How to draw Sanskar Bharti Rangoli

A very special technique is followed to draw Sanskar Bharti Rangoli Designs. It is drawn using either three or five fingers to create beautiful patterns and Curves. Sanskar Bharti Rangoli Design with five fingers is called as ‘Paach Boti’ meaning (Five Fingers).It has unique style to draw borders, circles, curves and patterns. You can search for many VDOs on Sanskar Bharti Designs for detailed procedures.

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