Feedback time

In the beginning of October, I released my series of notebook : Inked in 19s.

I am so very happy to see the feedback. I got emails regarding their interest in old postcard and for buying
the Notebook.

I love cherishing memories. I feel memories makes us what we are today.
I don’t live in past but likes to carry my memories with me.
Good one makes me smile and bad one teaches me a lesson.

Inked in 90s is the way of sharing the letters written in the early 19s of India. Some are pre-independence
and some are post-independence. The old postcard written in fountain pen ink immediately takes you in that
Black & White era.

Now,coming to the main reason behind this post.

My first buyer of this treasure was Anushree Gavas from Bombay. We never spoke to each other before this and on finding my work online she wrote to me. She is extremely sweet and a memory keeper just like me. I realized while talking to her that no one could be a better person than her to whom my Notebook could go.

Anushree and Gaurav (her husband) runs a company Paperworks Etc. .

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The use of brown color in their collection is an eye-catcher for me.

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Here I am sharing what they have to say about Inked in 19s.
I feel grateful to both of them for such an inspiring feedback!

Anushree wrote a beautiful post on her blog : Hold Infinity

Processed with VSCOcam with c3 presetThe Notebook I chose for her 

Processed with VSCOcam with c3 presetThe postcard from Calcutta to Jaipur

Processed with VSCOcam with c3 presetA small note for Anushree & Gaurav

Last but not the Least, Anushree gave a new look to her blog with the Postcard.

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Gaurav wrote to me :

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 I am waiting for you people in Delhi now. Hope to see you soon 🙂

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