Many people find the choice to have this Logo represent Om Shiv Shakti Parviaar (family) very fascinating. We as an organization stand behind the idea of one religion, Humanity, and utmost respect for human soul. We do not believe in cast or religion based differences and focus on absorbing positive energy to attain a peaceful and blissful state.

In this logo we have made an effort to show that there is only “ONE GOD” and since all Gods are merely a representation of one’s religious or personal beliefs we should respect all religions and/or beliefs to maintain peace & brotherhood and focus on attaining a truely blissful state. For example: Shiv is Krishna and Krishna is Shiv:

  • Since from his early childhood Rudra ShivShaktiji has dreamed of and worshiped Shivji & so it is the focal point in logo.
  • Trishul (Trident) – The three points in Trishul are commonly said to represent various trinities—creation, maintenance and destruction, past, present and future, the three guna. In addition, in the human body, the trishula also represents the place where the three main nadis, or energy channels (ida, pingala and shushmana) meet at the brow. Shushmana, the central one, continues upward to the 7th chakra, or energy center, while the other two end at the brow, there the 6th chakra is located. The trisula’s central point represents Shushmana, and that is why it is longer than the other two, representing ida and pingala.
  • Sudarshan Chakra – is a pirouetting, disk-like super weapon with 108 serrated edges of Hindu God Vishnu. According to the Puranas, the Sudarshan Chakra is an ultimate weapon to eliminate the enemy of law, order and preservation. According to Shiv Purana, this chakra was acquired by God Vishnu due to God Shiva’s grace and shows oneness to God Vishnu.
  • Third Eye divided into 5 categories – is a mystical and esoteric concept referring in part to the ajna (brow) chakra in certain spiritual traditions. It is also spoken of as the gate that leads within to inner realms and spaces of higher consciousness. It symbolizes a state of enlightenment or the evocation of mental images having deeply personal spiritual or psychological significance. The third eye is often associated with visions, clairvoyance (which includes the ability to observe chakras and auras), precognition, and out-of-body experiences. Third Eye is believed and recognized in almost religions or beliefs system in the world. The third eye is used in many meditation schools and arts, such as in yoga, qigong, many Chinese martial arts, Zen, and in Japanese martial arts such as Karate and Aikido. In Taoism and many traditional Chinese religious sects such as “chan”, “third eye training” involves focusing attention on the point between the eyebrows with the eyes closed in various qigong postures. The goal of this training is to allow students to have the ability in tuning into right vibration of the universe and gain solid foundation into more advanced meditation levels. According to Max Heindel’s Rosicrucian writings, called Western Wisdom Teachings, the third eye is localized in the pituitary body and the pineal gland. It was said that in the far past, when man was in touch with the inner worlds, these organs were his means of ingress thereto, and they will again serve that purpose at a later stage. According to this view, they were connected with the involuntary or sympathetic nervous system and to regain contact with the inner worlds (to reawaken the pituitary body and the pineal gland) it is necessary to establish the connection of the pineal gland and the pituitary body with the cerebrospinal nervous system. It was said that when that is accomplished, man will again possess the faculty of perception in the higher worlds (i.e. clairvoyance), but on a grander scale than it was in the distant past, because it will be in connection with the voluntary nervous system and therefore under the control of his will. In Hinduism and Buddhism, the third eye is a symbol of enlightenment.
  • Third Eye division into 5 Categories – Our whole cosmic quest of the world and beyond starts from the point of panchadhatu (five elements) which then manifests in an enjoying manner to form the life force and then, later, those five elements disintegrates to ensue a celestical traverse at the Paramanu (atom) level. These five elements are Earth or Prithvi; Water or Jal ; Fire or Agni; Air or Vayu and then Ether or Akasha. Each of these Five elements has its own character and celestial elements. Besides Indian culture these 5 elements are clearly recognized in Japanese, Chinese, and other cultures and/or religions.
  • Morpeach (Peacock leaf) – Present of Morpeach shows the oneness to God Krishna.
  • Rays of Sun – Rays of Sun represents the idea that “it’s never too late”. The day you recognize your mistakes and surrender to the Supreme Energy (god), a fresh new day starts in your life with new vision and faith in the Supreme Energy.
  • Snake – Sages have used snakes to symbolize the yogic power of Lord Shiva with which he dissolves and recreates the universe. Like a yogi, a snake hoards nothing, carries nothing, builds nothing, lives on air alone for a long time, and lives in mountains and forests. The venom of a snake, therefore, symbolizes the yogic power. Snake is shown curled three times and is on his right side. The three coils of the snake symbolize the past, present and future – time in cycles. The Lord wearing the curled snake like an ornament signifies that creation proceeds in cycles and is time dependent, but the Lord Himself transcends time. The right side of the body symbolizes the human activities based upon knowledge, reason and logic. The snake looking towards the right side of the Lord signifies that the Lord’s eternal laws of reason and justice preserve natural order in the universe.
  • Damaru – Possessing Damaru sends the message Shiva is accessible through audible praise and song.