Am I correct in interpreting that the ISC logo portrays 'earning' part also?The ISC logo is bewitching to say the least. However at first glance, it appears that it portrays only the learning component of its motto - 'Learn to Earn, Earn to Learn'.
The three 'shishyas' in slighly bowed postures attentive to the discourses of the 'Guru Ji' vividly manifest the 'learning' component of the motto pictorially.
However the 'earning' component is depicted by the three birds flying in the background since dawn to dusk.
The birds fly at dawn in search of food to be fed their baby birds. That is the earning part - to soar high and get something to feed the baby.
Birds do hard work like the ISCians.
Am I correct in interpreting that the ISC logo portrays 'earning' part also?