Swastik Solutions

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JoePrince Nov. 13 '10

Is the name for real?

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mamgust.com Nov. 13 '10

Swastika is the symbol of happiness in many old cultures... but I wouldn't choose her on logo and name of my firm %3B)

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duncanbailey Nov. 13 '10

The shape is nicely done, but i do think that most Europeans and people from the North American continent, but Mamgust is right. This symbol does not have a negative image everywhere. Again the way this has been worked out is actually quite good.

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epsilon Nov. 14 '10

Yeah, this may work for India, but not for Europe or (North) Americas.

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atomicvibe Nov. 15 '10

Wow. I realize the swastika is a positive symbol in ancient cultures, and is deeply rooted in Hinduism, but unfortunately, for most European and Western cultures, the symbol has been irrevocably tarnished by the Nazis and will be forever stigmatized as a symbol of hatred and cruelty. If your company conducts business only in India and possibly Asian countries, I suppose it's fine, but if you expect to ever have a global presence, I'd highly consider changing the name, and ditching the swastika symbol.

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barryconvex Nov. 15 '10

Certainly, Hitler didn't invent this symbol, but it was his input to have it 45 degrees rotated and using it clockwise which to my knowlegde has a negative connotation in those countries where it served as an ancient symbol.

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