The name Ganji is derived from family name of Ganji Cooperation’s founder Mr. Ganji. This family name means “What is gained from treasure” in Farsi. The websites Ganjico.com and Ganji.ca are registered under this name and also our brand is registered in Canada and United States by the number 435767 and is registered in Iran with the registration number 12847364.
The Maple Leaf
The maple leaf has been used as Canadian emblem since 1700s. This symbol was chosen as the key element of Canadian flag in 1962. It is used in our logo to show our Canadian roots. The color red develops the sense of concentration psychological-wise and also this particular color is considered to be the color of truth and power in Iranian culture.
The White Dove
According to Hebrew Bible the Noah story is finishing with description of a dove bringing an olive leaf, ever since the dove has been considered as a symbol of peace. White color represents purity and is observed in various architectural sites, varying from Islamic architecture to Le Corbusier designs. In our logo the bird is flying from east to west which depicts a peaceful Immigration.
The 10 top feathers
These ten elements are symbolizing the Canada’s provinces: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador
The bottom 3 feathers
These feathers are representing Territories of Canada which include: Northwest Territories, Yukon, Nunavut
The “R” sign
The “R” sign is declaring Ganji’s cooperation registered logo and trade mark.