IPL 2022: Lucknow Super Giants releases logo, connection to mythology
2 new teams have been added in the next season of IPL (IPL 2022), the world’s richest cricket league. Among them there is a Lucknow franchise named Lucknow Super Giants.
This team has launched its official logo on Monday. Along with this, the franchise owned by RP Sanjeev Goenka has also shared the story related to the people.
Full name written in blue color
Lucknow Super Giants have released their logo. The logo of Lucknow Super Giants is in the shape of a bird (garuda). The wings of the bird are in tricolor and a bat is visible in the middle, which is blue in colour. (Full name of the franchise at the bottom) The name of the team is also written in blue.
The Lucknow Super Giants team also shared a video clip in which a ball touches a fiery bat which is edged like a sword. There is a bat in the logo, in the center of which the ball is visible. The full name of the franchise is written at the bottom which is in blue color.
eagle and bat in logo
It is told in a message that,
The ‘Lucknow Super Giants’ logo is inspired by the mythology of ancient India. In it sits the bird Garuda – the one who is believed to be the fastest in the air. Garuda inspired us to make the team’s winged symbol Garuda is ubiquitous in every Indian culture. The tricolor wings of the unit symbolically represent the pan-India appeal of the Lucknow Supergiants.
It is further written in it,
‘The body of the bird is made to represent cricket with a blue bat, there is also a red ball with orange seams. It is like an auspicious ‘Jai Tilak’. Lucknow Super Giants is the team of every Indian. It is a team that unites the country.
Lucknow is the most expensive team
Let us inform that KL Rahul has been made the captain of Lucknow Super Giants. He has been associated with the team by the franchise for a huge amount of Rs 17 crore. Earlier, he was handling the command of Punjab Kings. At the same time, Rahul has become the most expensive player of IPL so far. It is worth noting that the BCCI had announced two new teams for the IPL on October 25 last year. Lucknow was bought by RPSG Ventures Limited for Rs 7090 crore and Ahmedabad by CVC Capital for Rs 5625 crore.