Swaralipi Banischitra

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (May 31, 1980)

Visuals: The logo starts off with a dark room consisting of a sitar laying flat. After the room and sitar are both fully shown, multi-colored flowers appear below the sitar one-by-one, and after the 8th flower appears, it cuts to the same shot except light can be seen shining on the sitar, more flowers can be seen underneath and there is the a red wall containing the company's name in Bengali and red. Faint smoke can be seen beneath the flowers.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: An eight-note theme sitar for the beginning. The notes and flower appearance are synced, and the pitch for said notes gets higher. At the end, a bunch of sitar glissandos play.

Availability: Only seen on Ram Rahim John.

2nd Logo (August 22, 1983)

Visuals: In a dark room, there is a live closeup of a sitar with a bunch of light reflecting off of it. Strings can be seen plucking by itself, as we cut to another closeup of the other end of the sitar. The screen then cuts back to the first end, with 2 more strings being plucked. It cuts to a full shot of the same sitar described above with a bunch of small nails underneath, with rising smoke behind it. Finally, a light from above illuminates the same wall containing the containing the same Bengali text. The entire logo is tinted in monochrome.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: Same as the previous logo, but slightly higher pitched.

Availability: Only seen on Puroshkar.

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