Thursday, 13 March 2014

Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena Party Logo

  The official logo of Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena Party has finally surfaced on the internet and the actor's office has issued an explanation about what the flag stands for. While the raging debate, over what exactly Pawan Kalyan's agenda could be, refuses to die down, the latest developments are definitely in line with Pawan Kalyan's admiration for revolutionaries like Che Guevara and several other influential leaders. Here's what Jana Sena party's emblem stands for :

The Jana Sena Party Emblem is a combination forces that define our nation's life and struggle.

The white background

The white background on which it stands signifies the peace and stability of several thousands of years of Indian civilisation and culture.

The colour Red

The Emblem itself is in the colour red, which signifies revolution. A deep and true change from within, yet the story of that change is told on the stable background of our ancient nation.

The six-pointed Star

The star in the Emblem is a six pointed star that signifies the 6 ideals of our party. The six ideals are mixed with our blood as we are sons and daughters of those ideals handed down to us from several generations. The white in the star signifies self-luminosity which shines on its own because ideals are lights unto our path.

The dot in the centre

The dot in the centre represents the soul of every being. The soul is our true reality, our ultimate truth. The soul at the centre is also at the heart of everything we do as individuals and as a nation.

The black lining

The black lining on the emblem symbolises the balance between revolutionary zeal and its opposing forces to avoid one-sidedness and discordance. It represents the harmony of the opposites.

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