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    Lotus is a symbol of knowledge in our culture. By removing it since a political party uses it, this issue has been politicized- since the Lotus symbol on Kendriya’s emblem would not have influenced any kendriya-parents politically. The argument that the upanishad quote is still intact is weak since pictures could deliver faster than words about our culture when represented on an emblem.

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    The logic to remove lotus from the existing emblem given by Arjun Singh is that “since it is also used by the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) in its symbol”. By that logic, has he checked with the election commissioner that cross and cresent are not allotted as symbol to any candidate. This is backward thinking by the hon’ble minister. He has again shown his alegiance to foreign leader of his party by removing lotus and including cresent and cross in the emblem. Its a shame.

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    i am much dissapointed with our hon’ble HRD minister on his order to change the logo of KVS.I very much agree to what my friend surya has quoted above that taking away a symbol like a lotus, which is associated with Maa Saraswati, the Goddess of learning, just by giving a mere lame excuse of a party symbol is indeed very foolish. But I also take this opurtunity to congratulate Mr.Sudhir Kumar, who in no time came up with a new logo, which very well suits the currents trends taking place in the educational scene.

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    i am very dis appointed to see the new change in logo because earlier logo represents lotus flower and maa sarswati but we disturb it .
    it’s very bad

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    when i saw the new symbol of kv. I really dissappoint becase the previous symbol contains the meaning towards study.i.e lotus and rising sun.

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    This what is wrong with the country. Everyone says I am “disappointed”…Nobody thinks about doing anything about it.

    As long as we don’t change our attitude, we deserve every bit of the ignominy heaped on us by these “Brown Sahibs”.

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    Very shame..india is moving to christianiam..All UPA ministers are licking the christians group foot for money & power..sure..soonly BJP will come to power..and back to previous LOTUS logo for kendra vidyala..

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    the privious logo was good but this one in much better than that.
    is that anything wrong with the country.Every body says that -“I am Disappointed with this logo”.
    If we will not change our attitude,we can never change our future. so hink about the future

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    the old logo of the kendriya vidyalaya was looking so so beautiful. lotus is the symbol of knowledge in our culture. i am very dissapointedby replacement of logo.

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    The decision taken by HRD minister to change the logo of KVS is not good.the logo of lotus is a symbol of knowledge.the Lotus symbol on Kendriya’s emblem would not have influenced any kendriya-parents politically. The argument that the upanishad quote is still intact is weak since pictures could deliver faster than words about our culture when represented on an emblem.

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    In this never ending race of development and progress ,i would like to congratulate HRD ministry to take such a bold step and regroove and simplify the vast culture of the kv family .
    the speaks all about the kv sangathan as it convey the message of bringing the light of education to the whole world and that too under a single roof of our ever stintalating schools .

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    I can’t understand why they have removed the previous symbol of K.V. The previous symbol was very beautiful………….

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    Well since the lotus symbol has been removed it is time they put a new logo.A Logo that will motivate students to reach out for humanity.

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    Change your national flower as well as top band of our beloved Tirangaa which propagates communalism. Stop using Sanskrit and Devanaagaree in your mottos all bloody coming from the communalist group. For India if corruption is bread and butter where as communalism biggest poison. Stop chanting, Vande Maataram say ‘Hail Sonia’.

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