Sulekha Gorber 50 (Samapran Moss Green)
Sulekha Gorber 50 (Samapran Moss Green)
Sulekha Gorber 50 (Samapran Moss Green)
Sulekha Gorber 50 (Samapran Moss Green)
Sulekha Gorber 50 (Samapran Moss Green)
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Sulekha Gorber 50 (Samapran Moss Green)

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  • History Behind This Ink:

    Sulekha was a voice of protest against the British Raj. Sulekha was the spirit of the Freedom Struggle. Sulekha was the flagbearer of self-reliance. Sulekha was the essence of Indian enterprise. Sulekha was the ink that the Nation loved.

    Gandhiji and Rabindranath Tagore among many other stalwarts, with Sulekha inks, which was a child of the times – born in 1934 in Rajshahi district of undivided Bengal (now Bangladesh), the labour of love for the Motherland of two brothers - Sankaracharyya and Nani Gopal Maitra, both freedom fighters.

    comes in 3 colours:
  1. Blue Black,
  2. Blood Red and
  3. Moss Green.
The “Samapran” range of inks is a special series in special colors dedicated to thoughts, ideas, events or causes.

MA (Dedicated to Mother Teresa) Colour : Blue Black

Sulekha Selam in English version (a tribute to the martyrs on the International Mother Language Day) Colour : Deep Red tending towards Blood Red

Sulekha Selam in Bengali version (a tribute to the martyrs on the International Mother Language Day) Colour : Deep Red tending towards Blood Red

Gorber 50 (to commemorate the 50th year of Independence of Bangladesh) Colour : Moss Green Limited Edition

History Behind This Ink:

Sulekha was a voice of protest against the British Raj. Sulekha was the spirit of the Freedom Struggle. Sulekha was the flagbearer of self-reliance. Sulekha was the essence of Indian enterprise. Sulekha was the ink that the Nation loved.

Gandhiji and Rabindranath Tagore among many other stalwarts, with Sulekha inks, which was a child of the times – born in 1934 in Rajshahi district of undivided Bengal (now Bangladesh), the labour of love for the Motherland of two brothers - Sankaracharyya and Nani Gopal Maitra, both freedom fighters.