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The Lost Art of Eid Greeting Cards

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1 Sara Di Diego = "This is a "salutation of a young girl to her elder sister. Eid card printed by Eastern Commercial Agency, Bombay."Source:http://www.dawn.com/news/1193787/the-lost-art-of-eid-greeting-cards"
2 Sara Di Diego = "Nowadays, instead of sending out Eid Greeting Cards, people usually just send out text messages to send out Eid wishes.  No one has the time to get their postage sent on time."
3 Sara Di Diego = "The tradition of sending Eid greeting cards started in the late 19th century.  Rich families sent Eid cards before that, but it became popular after railroads and printing facilities were expanded.  In the beginning, European Christmas cards were used:Source:http://i.dawn.com/primary/2015/07/55a071f6cf778.jpg?r=545070860"