Wall Calendar

Physical description

A long, vertically rectangular calendar that has a bottom part consisting of four tear away sewn pages containing three months side-by-side in the year 1993 in black with Sundays in orange and to the right side an area for 'notes'. The main part of the calendar has the image of the deity Balaji with a black face that has two vertically rectangular, white pieces on his forehead. His right hand is white with the palm facing downward toward the viewer. His other hand and his feet are gold. At each shoulder, there is an object, a flowered disc on the left side and a conch shell shape on the right side. The figure is surrounded by a tall double-lobed gold archway with a surrounding silver archway. A pair of hanging lamps are at either side with another one hanging off just to the middle of each side and another pair of lamps standing on the floor at either side. The floor has some money. In between the image and the months, there is a light blue section that has dark blue script; however, along the lower portion, there reads 'CHANDRAMA, Yerawada, PUNE - 411006'. Just above this, there is an image of a a boy and a girl. On the opposite side, there is a lady. There is a metal support folded over the top edge and a flat braided yellow fibre loop attached at the top back centre.