Saturday, April 27, 2013

Logo Design: Ambrosia Cabs


Logo Design for Out of Box
By - www.dzinemojo.com {Amit Choudhary}

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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Promotional Poster


Dzine Mojo is a Multimedia Designer and absolute Photoshop pro. who specializes in all types of Corporate Branding and Visual identity such as Photography, Logos, Stationery, Brochures, Website, UI/UX Designing, E-mailers, Newsletters, Flyers, Flash / Print banners, Marketing literature, Posters, Stickers, Web/Print advertisements, Social media visual designs..etc. Through clever thinking, collaboration, and strategic problem solving, He creates unique and memorable brands.

Dzine Mojo is passionate about clean, simple, and effective design.

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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

What is Dzine Mojo?


Dzine Mojo is a Multimedia Designer and absolute Photoshop pro. who specializes in all types of Corporate Branding and Visual identity such as Photography, Logos, Stationery, Brochures, Website, UI/UX Designing, E-mailers, Newsletters, Flyers, Flash / Print banners, Marketing literature, Posters, Stickers, Web/Print advertisements, Social media visual designs..etc. Through clever thinking, collaboration, and strategic problem solving, He creates unique and memorable brands.

Dzine Mojo is passionate about clean, simple, and effective design.

Website: www.dzinemojo.com
 
Reach me at: amitc@dzinemojo.com, arena.amit1987@gmail.com or +91-9953-815-415

Golden Temple - Amritsar

A pleasant view in day at Golden Temple (Amritsar)
 
 
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A beautiful view in night at Golden Temple (Amritsar)

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Q: What is Golden Temple?
A: The Gurdwara is surrounded by a large lake or holy tank, known as the Sarovar, which consists of Amrit ("holy water" or "immortal nectar"). There are four entrances to the Gurdwara, signifying the importance of acceptance and openness. Inside the Gurdwara complex there are many shrines to past Sikh Gurus, saints and martyrs (see map). There are three holy trees (bers), each signifying a historical event or Sikh saint. Inside the Gurdwara there are many memorial plaques that commemorate past Sikh historical events, saints, martyrs and includes commemorative inscriptions of all the Sikh soldiers who died fighting in World Wars I and II.
In 1988, after Operation Black Thunder, the government acquired a narrow peripheral strip of land (including buildings) in order to use their space as a security buffer. The acquisition process involved the displacement and relocation of a large number of residences and businesses. However, the project met with a strong resistance from both moderate and militant Sikh organisations and had to be abandoned following the murder of a senior government-employed engineer connected with the project. The project was revived only in 1993 by the Deputy Commissioner Karan Bir Singh Sidhu, who was also appointed as the project director of what became popularly known as the Galliara Project. He changed the concept of the periphery from that of a security belt to that of a second parikarma and created a serene landscape that was fully consistent with the ethereal beauty of Sri Harmandir Sahib. This was done in quiet consultation with the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC). Present-day pilgrims can travel by foot in the Galliara; no vehicles are permitted.
In keeping with the rule observed at all Sikh Gurdwaras worldwide, Sri Harmandir Sahib is open to all persons regardless of their religion, colour, creed, or sex. The only restrictions on Sri Harmandir Sahib's visitors concern their behavior when entering and while visiting:
  • Maintaining the purity of the sacred space and of one's body while in it:
    • Upon entering the premises, removing one's shoes (leaving them off for the duration of one's visit) and washing one's feet in the small pool of water provided;
    • Not drinking alcohol, eating meat, or smoking cigarettes or other drugs while in the shrine
  • Dressing appropriately:
    • Wearing a head covering (a sign of respect) (the Gurdwara provides head scarves for visitors who have not brought a suitable covering);
    • Not wearing shoes (see above).
  • How to act:
    • One must also sit on the ground while in the Darbar Sahib as a sign of deference to both the Sri Guru Granth Sahib and God.
First-time visitors are advised to begin their visit at the information office highlighted in the map and then proceed to the Central Sikh Museum near the main entrance and clock tower.


Operation Blue Star

Operation Blue Star was commenced on 3 June 1984 and ended on 6 June 1984. The Indian Army led by General Kuldip Singh Brar brought infantry, artillery, and tanks into Sri Harmandir Sahib to arrest Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. Sri Harmandir Sahib complex and some of the surrounding houses were fortified. The Statesman reported on 4 July that light machine-guns and sophisticated self-loading rifles were known to have been brought into the compound.

Indira Gandhi ordered the army to launch Operation Blue Star. Within six months, Indira Gandhi’s Sikh bodyguards killed her (31 October 1984) for the perceived sacrilege.

Fierce fighting ensued between Bhindranwale's supporters and the soldiers, in which many of the Sikhs were killed along with many soldiers. An official account tallies the deaths of 83 soldiers and 492 civilians killed by the army Sri Harmandir Sahib complex also suffered much damage due to the attack, especially the holy Sri Akal Takhat Sahib.

This attack is regarded as a desecration of Sikhism's holiest shrine and discrimination of a minority in India.

In 1986, the repairs performed on the holy Sri Akal Takhat Sahib, which the Rajiv Gandhi Government had undertaken without consultation, were removed. A new Sri Akal Takhat Sahib was completed in 1999 by Kar Sevaks.