4 full-color cards, 5 x 7 inches, blank inside
The Sikh Foundation
A pack of greeting cards for all occasions featuring two each of four artworks from the world famous “Arts of the Sikh Kingdoms” exhibition. For joyous celebrations, there’s the 1842 Punjabi party thrown by the Sikh court for their old foe, Dost Mohammed of Afghanistan. For weddings and feeling festive, there’s a nineteenth century Sikh wedding procession (the groom’s looking a little worried but everyone else is having fun).
For thoughtful occasions and just being sociable, there’s the 1830 painting of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his friend, Hira Singh, chatting on a terrace. And for the man-who-would-be-king (know any of those?), there’s the swashbuckling Sher Singh in 1839, not long before his short-lived reign as Maharaja of Punjab.
As with our books, we don’t cut corners on production — hi-res. scans and top quality design, paper and printing make the difference.
Send cards that celebrate Sikh art and culture.