A Lotus For RED HALO
“One who performs his duty without attachment, surrendering the results unto the Supreme Lord, is unaffected by sinful action, as the lotus leaf is untouched by water.”
(Bhagavad Gita 5.10)
The logo evokes a lotus shaped window highlighted by a red halo with a white flower and the name of the company written in Devanagaria.
It is a four-handed work by Manish and Laurent.
During a whole week-end the RED HALO team has been interacting with their contacts on Facebook in order to share views regarding the colour selection of this logo.
RED HALO is a collection of household linen based in Benaras (Varanasi – India) providing work to people living with difficulties and education to children.
Visit and join the RED HALO page on Facebook, www.facebook.com/redhalo.in
The lotus flower is one of the most ancient and deepest symbols of our planet.
It grows in muddy water and rises above the surface to bloom with remarkable beauty and is a symbol of purity and great beauty.
It is also the union of the four elements; earth, air, fire, and water.
The roots are in the earth, it grows in and by means of water, its leaves are nourished by air, and it blooms through the power of the sun’s fire.
The lotus is therefore the perfection of the fourfold order of the natural world…
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