Judging from the clothes of the guys at the beginning it would lead me to think of Pakistan or Northern India up around New Dehli or Ludhaina
As for the symbol the first thing we think of when we see it is of course the Nazi era of Germany but its roots are far more ancient and much less sinister.
However the American history books do not teach or explain its origins or how the Nazi turned it into a propaganda symbol denoting the Aryan purification of Indo European peoples. movement.
here is a link to a good read which has nothing to do with totalitarian nationalism and virulent, militant racism. but does explain how this happened.
Actually, I knew this, but I decided not to post what I knew as I didn't want to spark a lengthy debate about it.
Or whether the Earth is flat.
Another thing most people don't pay attention to is the clockwise/counterclockwise orientation. It is seen both ways in a lot of ancient culture, but everyone just thinks Swastika when they see it in any form. Just like the Star symbol, depending upon adjacent graphics and colors used, could mean anything from USA to US Army to communist China.
I thought I had it correct. where the machine in the GIF was located
it was most likely made by SNPC machines PVT India
the stamp would have been made to the customer's logo design request
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