Greetings card service

After you have completed the card, you will be shown a preview. If you do not like your card, you may edit it and then send it, or just cancel the request. The recipient will receive e-mail advising where to find the card.

STEP #1: PICK A PICTURE
Please select a picture from the list below using the little Radio Button selector. You may only pick one picture per card. If you want to see a full size image of a picture, just click on it.

Darbar Sahib
Golden Temple Amritsar
Guru ji
Darbar Sahib
Golden Temple Amritsar. (Photographed by Sondeep Shankar)
Guru Gobind Singh & Banda Bahadur
In this picture Guru Gobind Singh ji is giving away his five arrows as a symbol to be taken to Punjab to organize a struggle against Mughal Tyranny. (Painting by Sardar Davinder Singh ji
Great Sikh Warriors
Painting of Sikh Sardars of 1700's. (Unknown artist of 1750's )
Sher-e-Punjab
Sher-e-Punjab Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Akali Phula Singh and Hari Singh Nalua. (Collection of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, govt. of Punjab)
Mata Gujri ji
Along with Chhote Sahibzade, Zorawar Singh and Jujhar Singh.(Painting by Sardar Davinder Singh ji)
Saka Punja Sahib
Saka Punja Sahib, when British ran over a train over the pilgrims, who wanted to feed langar to prisoners.(From the collection of SGPC museaum at Golden Temple)
Nanak Shahi Coin
Nanak Shahi Coin put in service by Maharaja Ranjit singh. Maharaja Ranjit Singh established a Sikh state ruling out of Lahore(now in Pakistan). To read his biography please visit Maharaja Ranjit Singh . (Photographed by Sondeep Shankari, taken from "The Golden Temple" by Sardar Mohinder Singh ji- a highly recommended book)
Banda Singh Bahadar
Sardar Banda Singh Bahadar was a Sikh warrior who had initially became a recluse and then when he came under influence of Guru Gobind singh he understood his obligations towards his people. To read his biography please visit Sardar Banda Singh Bahadar's biography. (Painting by Sardar Mehar Singh ji, taken from "Baba Banda Singh Bahadur" published by SGPC)
Chakki
A portrait of a Punjabi woman grinding flour on an instrument called "Chakki" used in ancient times. (Painted by Sardar Karnail Singh ji)
Charkha
(Painted by Sardar Karnail Singh ji)
Khalsa College
Khalsa College, Amritsar
Bhai Subeg Singh Shahbaz Singh
Great Sikh Martyrs got us here.
Gurdwara Nankana Sahib
Gurdwara Nankana Sahib, where Guru Nanak Dev ji, founder of Sikhism was born, it is at city of Nankana Sahib, Pakistan.

STEP #2: NAME AND E-MAIL INFORMATION
In the boxes below, please enter both your's and the recipient's name and e-mail addresses.

PLEASE BE CERTAIN OF RECIPIENT'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
Your Name:
Your E-Mail Address:
Recipient's Name:
Recipient's E-Mail Address:

STEP #3: SELECT YOUR TEXT AND BACKGROUND COLORS
Using the two selector pulldowns below, please select your text and background colors. The script will not check to see if you have both colors set the same, so if you want your recipient to be able to read the card, please select two different colors!

TEXT COLOR BACKGROUND

STEP #4: ENTER YOUR TITLE & MESSAGE
In the box below, please enter your message. Please feel free to use HTML to express yourself! Make sure to hit return after each line otherwise box around text will become large.

Card Title
Your Message

STEP #5: SIGN YOUR CARD
Please fill in below, how you would like to sign your card. Examples would be:
  • Kiddah!!, Harmeet Singh
  • Lakh Lakh Vadhaii!!, name
  • Me!, The pucca Punjabi, name
  • Rabb Rakha, name
  • Sat Sri Akal,name
  • Nanak Naam Chardhi Kala name
  • Nahin Reesan Punjab diyan name

STEP #6: Pick a Song!
Please make a selection or skip this step for no music.

STEP #7: PROCEED TO PREVIEW OR START OVER
You are now ready to preview your card! To do so, just click on the PREVIEW button below. If you want to clear the form and start all over, select START-OVER. Your card will not be sent until you press the SEND-CARD button on the preview screen.