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haathi, India


(or Divya) is a member in India . She has been a member for 10 months (292 days).
39 sent 40 received

  • Distance sent: 176,085 miles
  • Last seen: about 15 hours ago
  • Languages: English, Hindi
  • Birthday: 24th November
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 12.97, Lon: 77.59 | Google Maps

About Divya...

I am an ordinary person living in the South Indian city of Bengaluru :) I love being around nature. I like reading books but sometimes I find it hard to complete a book. My favorite genre is science non-fiction. I also like reading poems but sadly I am not good at writing them :) I like listening to music and I am always on the lookout for a new song. I enjoy the little things in life: a cup of hot tea, a walk in the evenings, a good meal and so on.

Postcards of all kind are welcome. I enjoy reading long messages but if that's not your thing, you can always doodle on the back of the card :)

In case you are unsure of what card to send, here are a few ideas:

-Social Activism/Political
-Ships, Trains, Motorcycles
-Astronomy, Celestial Maps
-Vintage Photos/Illustrations
-Street Photography
-Skulls/Human Anatomy
-Inspirational People
-Something that you find interesting
-Anything from my favorites or something similar.
-Anything sent from the heart :)

Regardless of the list above, any card that you send will be appreciated! :)

I also happen to like stamps because they have their own stories and I like learning a little more about a country and its culture, so if you don't mind sticking an interesting stamp, I would be thankful :) Again, this is not something I'd want you to get stressed out over.

Be Kind
by Michael Blumenthal

Not merely because Henry James said
there were but four rules of life—
be kind be kind be kind be kind—but
because it's good for the soul, and,
what's more, for others, it may be
that kindness is our best audition
for a worthier world,

More of this poem here:

Thanks for reading this and I look forward to your mail!