Nityananda Gauranga Logo of Swami Gaurangapada

Animated by Chandrika Gauranga dasi.

This is the nine-petalled personal logo of Swami Gaurangapada designed by him personally. The eight petals and the ninth central whorl which encloses Shri Shri Nityananda Gauranga and Shri Shri Radha Krishna represents the nine islands of Shri Navadvipa which stand for the nine kinds of Bhakti or Devotional Service to the Lord. The three Kings of all Mantras: Nityananda; Gauranga; and, Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare are also manifest within the central whorl, along with a map of Shri Navadvipa Dhama, Vaishnava Tilaka symbol in the center and Tulasi-devi at the bottom at the lotus feets of Lords Nityananda Gauranga. On the top lotus petal are Lord Jagannatha, Lord Baladeva and Shri Subhadra devi worshiped in the Jagannatha Temple in Shri Puri Dhama with elaborate kinds of Deity Worship. On the top right petal in the Disc (Chakra) weapon of Lord Gauranga-Krishna through which He cuts off all enemies of His devotees. On the top left petal is the golden plough and club weapons of Lord Nityananda Balarama by which He removes the obstacles in the lives of His devotees. On the center left petal are japa beads, mridanga and karatals (cymbals) signifying the topmost prominence of kirtana bhakti in Kali Yuga. On the right center lotus petal is Shri Chaitanya Bhagavata, Computer & Internet preaching of the Holy Names and epublishing of Holy Books and below is the printing press for the publication of Holy paper books, booklets and mantra stickers for spreading the Holy Names of Nityananda, Gauranga and Hare Krishna. On the right bottom petal is the lotus offered at the holy feet of Lord Gauranga with provides comfort to the hearts of His devotees. On the left bottom petal is the conch which is washing the worshipable feet of Lord Nityananda with water. On the bottom most lotus petal are three more means to spread the Holy Names: the microphone signifying live discourses and kirtana, bananas and apples signifying the prasadam of the Lord, and CDs or DVDs which are the digital media through which one can spread the Holy Names all over the world.