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Archiva: Photographic art exhibition at India Habitat Centre
Old World Hospitality Pvt Ltd is organizing a unique type of photo-prints exhibition at India Habitat centre called Archiva, which will be including a photographic art-prints from India's foremost panoramic photographer, Amit Pasricha.

ARCHIVA IS an elegant range of museum-quality, limited-edition photographic art prints by India’s foremost panoramic photographer, Amit Pasricha. "These timeless works of art are rarely-seen perspectives of India’s classical heritage," said Old World Hospitality Pvt Ltd press release.

This exibition as per the officials is a showcase of grand monuments, sacred traditions, and cultural landscape of a country. These are prints to be treasured, preserved and bequeathed as a legacy to the next generation.

Not so out of pocket of a common man, modestly priced Archiva Prints make exclusive, stylish gifts for friends and family and even you can buy them to decorate your dream home. Conveniently packaged in beautifully designed tubes, they are easy to carry overseas as well and they can also be customized as best corporate and Diwali gifts in coming festival month where the exchange of gifts becomes more frequent.

Archiva Art Prints on canvas are digitally printed on Hahnemühle 450 gsm Polycotton white canvas on an Epson Inkjet Printer using Epson Archival Ultrachrome K3 Inks. Each print is further treated with 3 coats of Hahnemühle Protective Spray. The canvases do not need to be put behind glass, and can be simply framed. These prints are also easy to maintain and clean as they can be wiped with a clean, dry cotton cloth.

Each Archiva Print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity personally signed by photographer Amit Pasricha.These are high-quality prints suitable for museum or gallery display as well and can be preserved for hundreds of years. Under controlled conditions these prints are guaranteed to last over 100 years without fading or suffering environmental damage, so these can be a life time investment and become a golden life memory as a gift.

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