The Chinmaya Vidyalaya has in its logo, the lamp and the Hamsa bird.
In the light of the Scriptures (represented by the lamp) the discriminative power of the human intellect is to be developed (represented by the Hamsa bird). Vedic tradition describes Hamsa as a bird that can drink milk alone from a mixture of milk and water. The human intellect with its discriminative power must be able to discriminate between Spirit and Matter and must come to enjoy the Spiritual essence in the world of names and forms. Thus the emblem indicates that the function of the Mission is to help people in developing ethical values and cultivating in them a discriminative intellect.
THE VIDYALAYA MOTTO
Be brave and courageous always, face every experience in life with a smile on your face.
In other words, be balanced in life under all circumstances joy or sorrow, success or failure, honor or dishonor, prosperity or adversity. This calmness of the mind expresses itself in a smile.
CHINMAYA VIDYALAYA FLAG
Yellow depicts a positive outlook or vision of life.
Jnana Mudra represents knowledge of life and its purpose.
The Tricolour symbolizes love for and pride in our country and its culture
The globe stands for universal outlook.
The Vidyalaya Motto "Keep Smiling" reminds us to face all challenges of life with a smile.
Swami Chinmayanandas eternal presence and blessings are characterised by his signature of OM
CHINMAYA VIDYALAYA SONG
We the children of Bharat sing together in one voice, despite the differences in us.
Chinmaya Vidyalaya will bring out uniqueness & oneness.
We light the lamp of dedication to work, love & compassion.
We will impart humanity & tolerance.
We will remove superstitious belief & illiteracy.
We will build a society which is highly civilized.
We will spread the greatness of devotion, knowledge & respect for one & all.
We will bring about the changes in lightning speed amongst us.
We sow the golden seed of universal welfare.
We will spread out the concept - the whole world is one family.
Let us keep smiling and illumine our Indian culture.