Telangana State Biodiversity Board Logo Description
Telangana State Biodiversity Board logo comprises of symbol and the
name in a fixed relation with each other. One without the other is
incomplete in depicting the true nature and meaning of the
The design concept is drawn from the nature of the organization's
activities. The symbol is circular, representing global nature of
Telangana State Biodiversity Board, while simultaneously standing
for the representation of the earth, from where our biodiversity
existence originates. The colours and symbols have been carefully
Green and Blue colours dominate the logo. These are life colours
representing water, air and vegetation. The symbol is encircled by a
golden sheath denoting the richness of Telangana in her natural
resources and culture.
One third of the logo is dedicated for aqua based diversity. State Bird;
Cracias benghalensis (Indian roller / Palapitta), State animal; Axis
axis (spotted deer / Jinka), State tree; Prosopis cinneraia (Jammi
chettu), and State flower: Cassia auriculata (Tangedu) are presented
in graphical form along with the graceful Tiger (Telangana has two
Tiger Reserves). Agricultural biodiversity is reflected in graphical
form of a grain crop along with grasses/weeds.
The blue sky is alive with birds and butterflies. If one sees closely, the
big central cloud dons the shape/contours of Telangana State.
And above all, Bathukamma decorated with Tangedu flowers adores
the logo giving a vital link between the Nature and Culture in rural
Telangana. Over all, the logo is a celebration of vibrant biodiversity
of Telangana State.
Minutes of Meeting