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Require Sikh/Punjabi photos for a Calendar

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Design details: I require 12 Punjabi/Sikh related photos for a 2018 Sikh Calendar. Each photo should relate to a month of the year (Jan to Dec) with respect to a celebration/festival/landscape/building/season in Punjab, India.

The photos license should allow for use in a business calendar to be distributed free.

The photos shoudl be landscape for an A4 Page.
Ideas for the visual style: Interesting photos for use on a calendar

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