The range will traverse the gamut from Carbon Footprint (Black) and Global Warming (Red) to Clean Energy (Blue) and Sustainability (Green). It is a journey from darkness to light, from the bad to good, from subjugation to being Swadhin. This freedom, not only celebrates the freedom of the motherland for which our forefathers fought but also hopes to inculcate the same spirit among our young: to fight for the freedom of the environment, the freedom of Mother Earth, from the yoke of climate change and global warming.
- Swadhin comes in 4 colours:
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.