Diwali – 04 Nov 2021
RAMAYANA GREETINGS / POST CARDS.
Three variations of these spiritual artworks are available.
- POSTCARDS: TWITTER RAMAYANA – A booklet containing 11 greetings/post cards. Each card (9 x 14 cm) has a picture depicting a scene from Ramayana, calligraphic relevant verse from Ramcharitmanas, and Madhubani art adornment. The back side has the relevant text in English in 280 characters.
Ideal authentic Diwali gift for family, friends, and children.
@ Rs. 750 or USD 15, postage extra.
- CRAFT POSTCARDS: Only 11 sets of this kind have been prepared. A set consists of 11 craft postcards (9 x 14 cm.). Paper is hand made in Haridwar using the sacred Ganga water, drops of Ganga water mixed with 9 shades of blue colour have been placed on these cards making each of the 110 cards unique.
Ideal gift for yourself. Can be framed.
@ Rs. 2250 or USD 45, postage extra.
- CALLIGRAPHIC CRAFT SHEETS: These are created on demand. A set consists of 11 A4/letter sized sheets of hand-made paper on each of which a relevant verse from Ramcharitmanas (Hindi Ramayana) has been calligraphically written and are adorned with Madhubani art — both manually in ink.
Rs. 4750 or USD 145, postage extra.
Ordering and payment here –
$15 / Rs. 750
Designed for healing.
AZIMVTH postcards are visually soothing and works of fine arts created by world famous oil painters, print-makers, and artists having spiritual orientations.
The postcards and related offerings are energised with Ganga water and prayers in Haridwar India rendering them to be worthy aids for healing.
Philatelists, fine-art connoisseurs, Yogins and spiritualists procure AZIMVTH creations as collectors’ delights. Or, to send to their friends.
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Renowned artists travel from the United States and Europe to be at AZIMVTH Ashram in Haridwar India where they learn and practice meditation. And conduct extensive primary research and intensive spiritual art creations.
AZIMVTH Ashram is located on the haloed banks of Ganga and majestic foothills of Himalayas at Haridwar in northern India.
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic some of our programmes are available in virtual mode.
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