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Mahavir Hospital Logo by Sudarshan Dheer

Mahavir Hospital Logo

Mahavir Hospital Logo by Sudarshan Dheer

1979 established Mahavir Hospital which was a public charitable trust. The logo of Mahavir Hospitals is designed by great Sudarshan Dheer. This logo is still “NOT OUT” for more than three decades. Mr. Dheer has contributed to the discipline of graphic design for over 50 years. Many of the very well established corporates have their identity designed by him. For more details find Biography and work of Mr. Sudarshan Dheer.

Meaning of Mahavir Hospital Logo

  • The portion below depicts two hands spread out to gently hold the upper portion.
  • The upper portion depicts our patients, whom we treat like a flower and we provide the necessary care with ‘both’ the hands.
  • Red color of the lower portion depicts the ‘Life line and the Blue color of the upper portion depicts ‘Progress’. (Source: Mahavir Hospitals)

National Integration Council Logo- Benoy Sarkar

National Integration Council Logo

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)

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