2009 Sikh Calendars, Greeting Cards and More

The Golden Temple Sikh Calendar

Some of you might have seen this calendar last year. Another year has gone by and for those of you who missed it last year you can get one of the two 2009 calendars.

Over the past 15+ years I have taken many photographs of the Golden Temple, Harimandir Sahib in Amritsar. These photographs have been available for purchase for many years on the SikhPhotos.com Gallery along with lots of other beautiful Sikh art by artists from around the world.

This year I decided to create some products based on this art. Out of this I have created two beautiful 2009 Golden Temple Calendars. One of them is an extra large (wide) size calendar with just pictures of the Golden Temple (along with the normal calendar months). The second is a large long vertical style calendar which features beautiful pictures of the Golden Temple along with an inspirational quote from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. (see samples here)

So, if you are looking for a nice gift for someone, or just want to get something for your home or office, the calendars are now available! For additional details about the calendar and to see previews of the individual pages head on over to SikhPhotos.com

In addition to Calendars you’ll now find a HUGE selection of beautiful greeting cards, notes cards and post card, T-shirts and other gift items. Below are a few samples from over 60 greeting cards. Visit SikhPhotos.com to see all the products.

Ik Ong Kaar Greeting Cards (Pk of 10) Guru Gobind Singh Greeting Cards (Pk of 10)Ik Ong Kaar Greeting Cards (Pk of 10)Golden Temple Greeting Cards (Pk of 10)

13 Responses to “2009 Sikh Calendars, Greeting Cards and More”

  1. T says:

    Gurumustuk veerji the link for 2008 calendars (from the http://www.sikhphotos.com/ website) dsnt seem to be wrking from my computer. How do i view the price or order them?


  2. The efforts of decades bring long-yearned fruit! That’s really amazing work, Veer Ji. Brings back memories of the past years when we would send Gurpurb Greeting Cards, Diaries and Calendars, which has now been swallowed whole by the email and internet greetings. I’m sure this collection will bring back the warmth of Sikh Greetings . . .

  3. PROUD SIKH says:

    Great Job ! Love the Calendars that SikhPhotos.com has on the cafepress website.

    PROUDSIKH.us also has amazing looking SIKH calendars and products.

    Start 2008 with the name of Vaheguru and great photos of the amazing Guru’s.


  4. Davinder Singh says:

    Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa
    Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh

    Regarding your beautiful calender for 2008, should we now stop calling the Darbar Sahib ” The Golden Temple”, this is from the British raj times, who went around changing names as it suited them, we as a sikh nation need to address this from within…

    Akal Sahai

  5. Gurinder "G" says:

    Davinder Singh, I disagree with your comment. As a sikh nation we need to focus on more important issues and this is not even a issue. How to keep young people away from drugs regardless of their religion and color etc…

    People grow up and focus your energy some where positive than just keep on complaining and have nothing else to do!

  6. i would like to know can i daily light up “JOOT” at home, i am really comfuse cause some giani say a sikh should not light up, and some say can, please help me. thank you. waheguru….

  7. SSA says:

    It is your choice and which point of view you support.
    To me joot is important. I see it as part of my heritage. I agree that Guru opposted the empty rituals. But some time peoples analysis are based on teir limited nowlege and bias. I think sometimes it is to do with some people’s anti-hinduism views. Some people don’t support any pre-sikh wisdom even the good ones. These people are not only changing the sikh culture they are also rewirting sikh history. One example is taht you might see the old images guru’s wearing tilaks on their forehead and you don’t see that now in paintings. And also if you research the Udassi Mat (Guru Nanak Dev’s Son’s sect), it has no place in the sikhism now. Yes! I agree that the Second guruji had all those qualities and was more suitable for Guru Nanak dev’s mission. But I hear some of the thing and views of some of sikhs are so nagitive about baba Siri Chand I think that it is disrespactful. Afterall they were guru’s sons. Even, the following guru’s have respacted them. Seventh Guru’s son was their to look after when baba siri chand was in his old age and became the second person in line of Udassi Mat. There are historical gurudwaras to reflec the share heritage. During the dark days of sikh history when sihk were hunted by the Mugals, Udassies looked after the historic gurudwaras and literature, therefore, I think things weren’t that black and white. Yet now days leaders, pick and choose events and guru bani to support their bias views. In order to understand Sikhism fully, one has to be bigger and above bias and norrow minded thinking.


  8. harjeet singh says:

    thank you for your reply for lighting joot, i will light it every day, sir can u please send me 2008 clander for puranmashi, sangrand, dasmi. i have been lighting up joot for very long,because we also do pray for shahid, i am a malaysian, my parents are from india, father from Dedarewala near moga, before he pass away he told me his village always light up joot for shahid on dasmi and on that day we only cook and eat veges,cook kher and do prayers. TQ.

  9. Vinni says:

    can u pls give me a 2008 sikh festival canender where i can check the Sangrands, holi, Diwali , Gurpurb, and other Sikh festivals.

    Thank you very much.

  10. kaur says:

    could you please email me the calendar for dasmi!!

  11. Devakaur Khalsa says:

    That’s a wonderful calandar! Please bring some to Solstice to sell!

  12. harjeet singh says:

    please sent me 2009 sikh clander for dasmi

  13. ranjit says:

    What is dasmi all about? My family celebrates it but I don’t understand it. All I’ve been told is that we mata tek (honor?) shaheeds (those who died in war) and that we can’t eat meat. My mother lights the jyot and makes paugh in the morning. But she was unable to tell me the reason behind not being able to eat meat. Is it disrespectful to the dead shaheeds? Isn’t this worship of the dead or are we just simply honoring sikh shaheeds who died in religious wars? Nowhere is it written in the Guru Granth Sahib that we can’t eat meat, so why can’t we eat meat on Dasmi.

    Also, does anybody here believe in some type of baba? I heard every village has a baba they worship/mata tek to. My family is from Dhamot (dist:Ludhiana) and believes in Esar(?) Das Ji and we are not allowed to eat meat on Sundays. Isn’t this worship of the dead? Worship of the dead is against the Sikh religion, isn’t it?