|1st Logo (January 4, 1993)||2nd Logo (November 8, 1994)||3rd Logo (October 6, 1996)||4th Logo (December 18, 2003)|
1st Logo (January 4, 1993)
Visuals: On a purple background, there is a closeup of a flame sketch consisting of a circle which contains a lotus flower on top of the ocean, along with the end of a golden trishul and a what appears to be a book inbetween the trishul and flower. Shortly after, the footage it crossfades twice to reveal more of the flame and to reveal the company's name in Nepali and in gold sitting below the fire in an arched form after the 3rd fade.
Technique: Computer effects.
Audio: Vibraphone notes can be heard at the start, followed by a chorus, which is accompanied by a tampura faintly rolling.
Availability: Only seen on Dui Thoopa Aansu.
2nd Logo (November 8, 1994)
Visuals: On a pink-sky blue gradient background, there is a more saturated version of the flame and text described above. The screen then zooms in towards the flame after a few seconds. Rising smoke can also be seen in front of the flame.
Technique: A combination of live-action and camera-controlled animation.
Audio: A female voice singing the Guru Mantra, which is accompanied by notes of a vibraphone and a tampura.
Availability: Only seen on Dakshina.
3rd Logo (October 6, 1996)
Visuals: On a purple background, there is yet again the flame sketch described above in the middle, zooming outwards for a short period of time. After a few seconds, the same text from above appears below the flame, but in the color white.
Technique: 2D computer animation.
Audio: A crescendoing tanpura note, which is interrupted by notes of a vibraphone.
Availability: Only seen on Rahar.
4th Logo (December 18, 2003)
Visuals: Over a sky background, a set of flowing waves can be seen rising from the bottom portion of the screen. A red lotus flower can be seen rising up from the waves as it stops rising, which is followed by the same book from above rising from the lotus, along with the same trishul rising behind the book, positioning in the same format described above. We then slowly zoom away from the elements, revealing that the elements is inside a circle, which is also enclosed by a flame figure as described above (but this time animated), against a black background. Once it stops zooming, the trishul releases a bunch of sparks to form the same text described in the previous logos but in yellow. "Presents" in Nepali and in white fades in underneath afterwards.
Technique: A combination of cel animation and computer effects.
Audio: First, a synthesized tanpura rolling with twinkling, followed by two ascending chime glissandos when the lotus flower and book rises, then a traditional percussion tune with a choir when the trishul rises.
Availability: Only seen on Dui Kinara.