Want a post card?

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Imagine you are at home drinking a cup of hot tea on a cold winter day, and then suddenly Mr. Postman delivers you a post card from some corner of the world. Will you be happy to receive one? Would you like to receive one? A post card from a nomad soul wandering on some unknown roads? If the answer is ‘Yes’, then I’ll be more than just happy to send you one! Just fill in the form below and send me your address! One day, when you’ll forget about this, the post card will arrive.

P.S. Please, note that your message is sent directly to my email, and your personal data won’t be available to anyone but me. I will use it for the mere purpose of sending your a postcard.

~ॐ~
May You All Be Happy
Peace and Love,
Arty Om

57 thoughts on “Want a post card?

  1. Pingback: Want a post card? « On The Road

      • Well, it’s not free, actually.. But does it matter? Money is nothing, a piece of paper.. I don’t care much about it.. If a postcard can bring smile, the rest doesn’t matter at all! Thanks for your address! I’ll pick up a postcard and will send it to you, most likely from Armenia 🙂

        P.S. In the capital of Armenia, Yerevan, there’s a district called Bangladesh, by the way.
        P.P.S. One of my classmates from university is also from Dhaka 🙂
        P.P.P.S. One my singer, George Harrison, has a song dedicated to your country.. I guess you it 🙂

        Cheers!

        • I’ve never heard of a district named Bangladesh. Thanks for the information. I’ll do some research about it. 😀

          That’s great. Does he, that classmate, blog anywhere? I wish I could meet virtually.

          Anyone in Bangladesh who has a little bit of knowledge over our history would know about the song George Harrison dedicated to Bangladesh. I’m glad you heard it and still remember.

          You have any plan to come around here? India is a nice place to visit, everyone knows that. But our country is mostly underestimated. There’s a video on YouTube called Beautiful Bangladesh. The video was made and first viewed on the opening ceremony of ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 that was held here in Dhaka. Watch it:

          So, if you ever come in Bangladesh, make sure you drop me a note. 🙂

          And thanks in advance for the postcard you’re gonna send me. I appreciate it very much.

          • That classmate doesn’t blog.. At least, I don’t know.. Actually, it’s been long time ago when we talked to each other.. I don’t know how is he there.. His name is Sayed Shorab.. We were studying together in Russia, but then he left.. I wonder how is he now..

            I was attending some Bengali cultural events in our university, like the celebration of the independence day.. so I was a bit in Bengali culture those days.. And yes, I have plans to visit your shores, just don’t know when.. Maybe next year.. I wanna visit India, Nepal and Bangladesh.. It’s a dream of mine..

            Oh, and what a beautiful video! Thank you! I enjoyed it a lot!

  2. it is for real 🙂 Thanks! I’ll send the postcard:)

    Quezon city.. my favorite bar is in there 🙂 Conspiracy Bar! Have you been there? Synthia Alexander and Joey Ayala often perform there:) Me myself I lived 2 months in Mandaluyong:)

    • I love Conspiracy, funny that you should still remember it. Also, it is Cynthia Alexander (hehehe). I go there for poetry night, mostly.

      I’ll wait for that postcard. Thank you!

  3. Hi Harebeat, a friend of mine gave me your website. Next year I would like to visit your country. I admire you for your choise : you are free but I suppose it is a very hard life.
    I love to receive (and send,too) postcards from all over the world,so I will appreciate if you send me one. Thanks a lot ,take care!

  4. I’s nice because it reminds me of Garni, where I had a nice visit and great hike to Geghard monastery. I wish I could come back soon!

  5. Thanks Artyom ! I just received my postcard from you- a picture of holy mountain Ararat, Armenia. I am from Lebanon. It was a great delivery of wishes from you that i shared with my colleagues at The Armenian Catholic Patriarchate in Beirut. Peace bro !

  6. Patrick, I am trying to obtain some information on the statue of St. Jean d’Arc in Reims, France. I saw that you commented on a photo that Hans Sterkendries had taken..re: the movement of the statue and the current and former location. I have a photo of my father taken in World War II in front of the statue. Could you send me your email address so that we could start a discussion about this.

  7. My dear friend The Harebeat !
    I red here all your comments and all the information on your blog you seems to be very kind and lovely person as with the passion of love i am really impressed to your personality and your kind job so my home postal address is also mentioned below and i will also wait for your post card with desperately 🙂 and i would love to meet with you when i come to Armenia ❤ My name is Ehtesham Bhutta and i am from Pakistan and my nick name is Shami i am familiar to my nick name more than my real name. Can we be good friends??? and here is following my facebook id link there you can go and add me if you have your facebook : http://www.facebook.com/ehteshambhutta

    Hugs,
    Shami

  8. Wasalam! Thank you very much Arty for all the information and especially for a lovely post card for me when i will receive it at my door then i will must let you know back and it seems to be very difficult for a Pakistani to get visa and visit Armenia 😦 but i will try for my best for coming there and i hope i will be able to visit Armenia one day must in my life ! because Armenia is also one of the my dreamland countries 🙂

    Keep in touch !

    Hugs,
    Shami
    Pakistan

  9. Dear Arty, at Jenuary your postcard arrived at my home, but I was not there, so I apologise for the delay. I came back from a trip in Mexico just three days ago and I found it on my desk! Thank you a lot; it seems a very nice and peaceful place the Tatev monastry. I hope I can visit it one day.
    Take care
    Patrizia

  10. Looong time ago I was in the couchsurfing website fantasizing where I wanted to travel and I typed Armenia… that is how I say your profile and then the link to your blog…I have you in my RSS feed since then and very much enjoy reading about your travels… May I please get a postcard 🙂 ?

  11. Hi Arty, How are you my dear friend ? I am really surprised now suddenly i got your postcard right now and its amazing i was just forgot about this but it happened you really so kind so nice of you i miss you and i am really proud to have you my good friend from Armenia i hope one day i will able to visit you in Armenia your postcard is very nice and i like it i will keep safe in my good memory things record 🙂 and Keep in touch ! once again i am really thankful to you for this.

    Warmly greetings,

    Hug,
    Ehtesham Bhutta (Shami) 🙂
    From Pakistan

  12. Hi Arty, How are you my dear friend ? I am really surprised now suddenly i got your postcard right now and its amazing i was just forgot about this but it happened you really so kind so nice of you i miss you and i am really proud to have you my good friend from Armenia i hope one day i will able to visit you in Armenia your postcard is very nice and i like it i will keep safe in my good memory things record and Keep in touch ! once again i am really thankful to you for this.

    Warmly greetings,

    Hug,
    Ehtesham Bhutta (Shami)
    From Pakistan

  13. Hello! You send me a postcard, Arty, I received it!
    Thanks a lot, i love the drawing and stamps, thanks for the quotes too!
    You are soooo nice 😀
    How can I reply your postcard? address please :3
    Love,
    Dinan

  14. Why, why am I finding this amazing blog just now? I have been interested in Armenian culture and generally longing for the country for years, until last summer when I got four friends to join me and do a wonderful Armenian adventure, going around the whole country in a rented car. It would have been so nice to read your stuff before actually getting there, you have found so many little gems around, away from the main tourist sites (Matoshavank? Makaravank? Why haven’t I heard of them?!) . Now I am writing a book about our adventures, to try to make Armenia a little bit more popular in my native country (Bulgaria), but seeing this blog makes me realize your stories and style deserve to be published much more than mine.

    Anyway, I try to gather postcards from every place I visit in my travels. But since my gut feeling told me that in Armenia the cards were mostly sold in Yerevan, I had to buy them all at the beginning of my journey and I somehow missed Sevanavank. Also, I could not find any postcards in Gyumri. So if you are so kind, can you please send me a nice card of the wonderful (even though a bit touristy) lake monastery? And if you happen to find a Gyumri postcard, can you please add it too.Sorry for my inexcusable arrogance, please consider it more of a general wish than an imperative – in fact I will be just so happy to receive any postcard from my beloved Armenia.
    In return, I can send you a card from just almost anywhere in Europe, I usually buy more than one from any place, so feel free to make your pick:)

    Thanks a lot. Now I am off to read your other adventures, like the website on fb, etc etc…

    • Hello Vihren,
      First of all, sorry for a late reply 🙂
      It’ll be my pleasure to send you the postcards from the places you’ve mentioned. One Sevanavank and one from Gyumri, right?

      Cheers,
      Arty

      p.s. will we have the chance to read your book?)

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