Calendar Birds

“A success story from your own city. For 2014, please make this your calendar, all you corporates, entrepreneurs and business leaders from Bangalore. I assure you that all the skimpy models, the invasive flowers AND the exotic cagebirds will be happy you made this choice.” – Bijoy Venugopal, Journalist at Yahoo

PNLIT has recently released its desk top calendar for 2014. The calendar features world standard photographs of 12 different birds, one to delight you every month of the year. All the photographs have been taken at Puttenahalli Lake in JP Nagar 7th Phase, Bangalore, by our local photo-enthusiasts, the PNLIT Shutterbugs. Printed on A5 size quality art paper, 8 sheets, back to back, with durable wiro binding, the cost per calendar is only Rs 200 (excludes postage). Sample pages below. Sale proceeds will be used for the upkeep of the lake.
If you would like to buy a PNLIT Calendar 2014 for yourself or to gift, and for corporate/bulk enquiries please email <>.



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