The logo of Ekatma Dham radiates the spiritual wisdom of the revered saint, Adi Shankaracharya, and the divine power of sacred geometry. Adi Shankaracharya is depicted as in the Statue of Oneness, an awe-inspiring sculpture that embodies the essence of oneness. It is as if his presence transcends time and space, conveying a sense of calm and tranquility that pervades everything around him.
In this magnificent emblem, the saint stands tall and serene, surrounded by the mystical energy of interlocking triangles, representing the balance and harmony of the universe.
The sacred geometry that surrounds Adi Shankaracharya is more than a mere aesthetic choice. The interlocking triangles symbolise the cosmic forces of creation, preservation and destruction.
The logo of Ekatma Dham draws its inspiration from the sacred yantra of Bala Tripura, an intricate design with nine corners (Navakona) that represent nine triangles. These triangles are interlocked and radiate outwards from the central point.
The Bala Yantra is a variant of the Sri Chakra, a powerful symbol of the divine that represents the cosmos and the microcosm within each of us. In sacred geometry, the universe is visualised as a triangle with an apex on top, representing Sat-Chit-Anand, the eternal consciousness. Adi Shankaracharya has given a vivid description of the Sri Yantra in his work, Soundarya Lahari.
The text, Ekatma Dham, which rests at the feet of Adi Shankaracharya, is a testament to the saint's teachings and vision. It signifies the eternal message of Advaita Vedanta, the oneness of existence, a vision that seeks to awaken the true self in every individual and create a world where diversity and unity coexist. The tagline, ‘A Journey of Oneness’, represents the spiritual journey towards realising the inherent coherence and indivisibility of all existence.
The logo of Ekatma Dham is a profound symbol of spiritual evolution and a call to embrace the essence that underlies all of creation. It reminds us that we are all interconnected and that by transcending our limited selves, we can tap into the infinite possibilities of consciousness.