Order your PNLIT calendar 2016

Our Puttenahalli lake is a little world in itself, of the best kind because it includes birds, butterflies, trees, flowers and more. Showcasing these is our calendar for the new year, “Life at Puttenahalli Lake.”  Take a sneak peek at the gorgeous photos taken by experienced photographers who are also from our neighbourhood.

Each of these photos shows the miracle that is Nature. We are printing a limited number of copies. If you would like to have a copy or two, or more, please place your order in advance. 

 
Calendar details
Format – Desk top 
Size – 5.7″ x 8.5″ (roughly A5)
No. of sheets – 8 (16 pages)
Paper – 300 gsm art paper
Binding – Spiral 
Cost – Rs. 220 only
 
Place your order with: Ms. Nupur Jain <nupur21@gmail.com> (nupur21 at gmail dot com); mob. +91 9886629769
 
Let Life at Puttenahalli Lake adorn your desk and remind you how precious, how beautiful life is. 

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