Why Saptha Beej?

Our logo is designed by the Maestro after a deep thought that emanates from his experience and practicing the Seven elements of handwriting, a process that begins for him with the Seven colors of the energizing sunlight, listening to the Seven notes of harmony in music that plays in his creative studio.

Looking deep, so many factors of Seven play a vibrant yet harmonious role in every person’s life through the Seven days of the week.

Everything begins with a thought and we seed them across various soils. Only a few take shape in a conducive environment and when nurtured with the right focus and patience, they become huge trees of positive change that provide shelter, clean air, and tasty fruits of livelihood year after year.

In short, the Beej dotted with seed in Saptha Beej is to breed refreshing thoughts, ideas, and action plans, week after week – to enjoy the beauty of the rhythm of life orchestrated by Seven.

Deeper into Indian mythology, the Saptha for Seven begins with a Swan – the mythological Swan Hamsa that is believed to eat pearls and separate milk from water in a mixture of both. Swan is also the vehicle of goddess Saraswathi, the goddess of knowledge and creative arts. Our earnest thought and effort here are to reach out to at least one person a week who will transform themselves as the Hamsa, (*Supreme Spirit – Ultimate Reality) – known for absorbing only the good amidst the chaos in this corrupted & confusing world to get better clarity and beginning to their Future.

Interestingly, we are also a Seven-member team here at J’s Quill Productions.

Cheers to a New Beginning! Here’s unfolding the Seven Seeds of Saptha Beej
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