Anniversary this month

  • 7thFebruary

    RAJGARIA DILIP

  • 10thFebruary

    DAN BASUDEV

  • 12thFebruary

    MALL BHAIRAB DASS

  • 15thFebruary

    MALL GHANSHYAM DASS

  • 17thFebruary

    SARAWGI RAJESH KUMAR

  • 17thFebruary

    KHEDIA RAJESH

  • 18thFebruary

    AGARWAL SANJAY

  • 19thFebruary

    AGARWAL GANESH

  • 19thFebruary

    TANTIA RAJESH

  • 20thFebruary

    FOGLA MANOJ

  • 21stFebruary

    TANTIA SATYANARAYAN

  • 22ndFebruary

    MOHTA RAJ KUMAR

  • 25thFebruary

    SINGH DEO K P


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The Rotary Wheel

Rotary’s first emblem was a simple wagon wheel (in motion with dust) representing civilization and movement. It was designed in 1905 by Montague Bear, a member of the Chicago club, who was an engraver, and many Rotary clubs of the time adopted the whee in one form or another.

In 1922, authority was given to create and preserve an official emblem, and the following year the present gear wheel with 24 cogs and six spokes was adopted. A keyway was added to signify that the wheel was a ‘worker and not an idler.’ At the RI Convention in 1929, royal blue and gold were chosen as the official colours.

Details of the recommended use of the emblem are set out in the RI Visual Identity manual.

Graphics are available from Tord Elfwendahl’s excellent website.

B'days this month

  • 1stFebruary, 2019

    MALL MANOJ KUMAR

  • 5thFebruary, 2019

    KATARUKA SANJAY

  • 5thFebruary, 2019

    MUKHERJEE MALLINATH

  • 10thFebruary, 2019

    SARAWGI DEEPAK