Rishikesh in Hindi means ‘the one who has mastered all the senses. Honouring the ‘tapa’ of the Sages, the letter ‘Ri’ has been used as the base of the visual identity of Rishi’s The Classio
The waves of the holy river Ganga bring tranquility and a promise of constant change. The wavy stroke of the elements represents the same.
The tapa (physical & mental devotion) of the Indian sages, to attain spiritual elevation, has been depicted through the imagery of a ‘Sadhu’ meditating under a tree.
The third eye of Lord Shiva is a symbolic representation of a world beyond the five senses. It is a reminder of time is infinite and the balance between good and evil exists for a reason.
The seven rishis in the Vedas worked closely with Lord Shiva to sustain and balance the world. To denote balance in our civilization, seven leaves of enlightenment have been depicted like Saptrishis.
Historical Indian Architecture offers beautifully designed windows that eventually found its place in countless romanticised poetry and metaphors. To depict one of its characteristics of visual treat, Rishi’s The Classio’s logo has been placed in one.
When you combine the fluidity of river Ganga and the wisdom of a sage, you venture into the essence of Tapovan, Rishikesh. This exact combination is the ideology behind Rishi’s The Classio and it’s dynamic hospitality.
Rishi’s The Classio
NH 58 Rishikesh-Badrinath Highway,
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