21 Diwali Greeting Cards We Can Not Wait To Post To Our Friends This Year!

We truly appreciate being invited regularly to our friends’ homes to celebrate holidays with them and their families. One of the holidays we never miss is the beautiful festival of Diwali. Deep with meaning, it is one of the most important and widely observed holidays in South East Asia and amongst South East Asian communities around the world.

Some of you may be surprised about the non-Jewish content this afternoon. Let us explain. You have to understand that we are a quite diverse group of friends who always enjoyed meeting new people and learning about different cultures and traditions. Every single person on our team grew up in an international and multi-cultural environment. To us it is perfectly normal to have a mixed group of friends who join in and celebrate with us ours holidays and for us their cultural heritage and various festivals with them. It is always nicer to share with others than not. At the end of the day, there is much more that unites us than divides us.

Our loyal readers, who have been following our work over the past few years, already know that we live in a part of the world where exchanging handwritten greeting cards is quite important. Of course, we do not leave out any opportunity we can take out our favourite fountain pens!

This year we are particularly excited to write our Diwali cards. The main reason is that we found a lovely group of illustrators who released some of the loveliest greeting cards we have come across in a while. Needless to say, we can not wait to post them! Some of our favourite designs can be admired here today.

It’s the perfect time to join in and surprise your Diwali observing friends and family members with handwritten wishes this year! We are certain you will enjoy these absolutely gorgeous contemporary designs we have put together with you in mind. Finding the perfect card for each and every person close to your heart is just a click away:

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