Chandrakala Art Enterprises

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (June 2, 1984)

Visuals: The sequence starts off with a close-up of a statue of a goddess (Durga who is also known as Chandrakala, holding a trident and a deer and bearing a crescent moon on her head, all attributes of her consort Shiva) with light illuminating behind it. The light's brightness decreases as the screen zooms out of the statue, revealing that the statue is sitting on a red throne with two candles beside it, one candle in front of it, and several incense sticks and other small items surrounding the goddess. Stacked on a floor full of pink flowers, the statue is sitting over a wooden sign that has "CHANDRAKALA" in yellow and "ART ENTERPRISES in white.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: When the animation finishes, a creepy-sounding melody with a tampura and a sitar with a man singing something in Kannada.

Availability: Seen on Shraavana Banthu.

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