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Logo Designs Inspired by Indian Themes

The representation of a culture in a logo design is one of the best ways to make it appear not just creative, but a representative of the culture itself. The same holds true for Indian brands, which can easily enhance their logo designs through the utilization of Indian themes.

What makes such logos stand out amongst the rest is that the usage of Indian icons that signify their culture and traditions gives the logos an entirely creative look. Moreover, they represent the brand’s true dedication to the culture of India and how high they hold it. Indian themes also incorporate using Indian scripts for the formation of a logo. Indian scripts are not commonly used and can easily help the Logo Designer come up with a very unique concept for the logo designs. For an aesthetic feel, logo designers and brand can even consider applying names in a very creative fashion.

Indian Themes in Logos Can Help Reach Out to a Larger Target Audience

While designing an Indian logo, a logo designer also has the choice of making use of common aspects of the people of India so as to enhance it on the whole. For example, an auto, which is a common mode of transportation in India can be used in a unique manner to appeal to the target audience of the business. These can even be used in a humorous way, which guarantees that the common people of India would be attracted to the logo and the business at large.

Another very useful trick that logo designers can take on while designing Indian logos is the usage of line art and sketches of human figures that have an ‘Indianized’ touch to them. Ladies in saris, a Punjabi man with a turban etc., all emanate an Indian touch. Moreover, signature animals of India can also help designers give a more cultural feeling to their logo designs. For example, they can make use of elephants in their logos in a creative manner for the said purpose. The other elements that depict Indian themes are inclusive of the Indian flag, monuments of India like the Taj Mahal. Indian logo designers even make use of mythological figures so as to enhance and promote their Indian branding efforts.

Some of the best logos that are based on Indian themes are:

mysore dasara

The logo has been designed to represent the festival of Dasara that is held in the city of Mysore. The colors and decorations clearly denote those that are used in the festival.

narada travel

A travel agency logo, it uses Indian elements like the elephant, the Taj Mahal and meditation.

garam deals india

Through the utilization of the Indian flag’s colors, the designer has truly enhanced the logo with an Indian touch.

jaipur photographer

The logo simply depicts the cultural symbol of the Indian city Jaipur, Hawa Mahal that depicts the traditional camera in here.

tembe studio

Outstanding logo that makes use of the Indian language to brand the business with a basic, yet amazing and creative Indian theme.

roex

True symbolization of Indian themes in this amazing logo.

golden spoon

Used for an Indian restaurant, the elephant, the colors green and orange are all used as symbols of India.

india

Only the mere usage of the name of the country that is encompassed within the tomb of Taj Mahal signifies that this logo has an Indian theme to it.

sewa trade

Strong mustard and green colors and the usage of Indian language are perfect symbols of Indian themes that are perfect for Indian branding.

auto

The usage of an auto represents Indian themes in this logo.

challange

A henna style has been used in this logo to enrich it with Indian themes.

kagra

Designed for a paper research institute, the logo has paper written in Hindi or the Indian language on it.

meethai wala

Using an Indian human figure and Indian sweets, this logo is meant to brand an India based sweets shop.

Posted by Megha M

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One response

  1. Woow!! all the details are so impressive…specially for those who have their interest in

    A big thanks to you.

    September 5, 2013 at 2:41 pm

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