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Win a Bunch of Indian-Inspired Greetings Cards

Wild Clove Giveaway KO Rasoi (1) 

From the moment I set eyes on these Indian-inspired cards by Wild Clove, I was in love. Going together like aloo and gobi, and being the chilli to someone’s paneer is something most Indian food fans can relate to. As for sharing one’s last gulab jamun, I don’t know. I probably wouldn’t.

Wild Clove Giveaway KO Rasoi (2)

Luckily, you can win a whole bunch of these cute cards from Wild Clove right here.

  • To enter, leave a comment on this blog post and answer the following question:
  • What’s your favourite card from the Wild Clove collection?
  • Then follow @KORasoi and @WildClove on Twitter (don’t forget to tell us you’ve entered!)

The terms:

  • Wild Clove will give away 6 cards of the winner’s choice. You’re able to pick 2 from the food range, 2 from the wedding range and 2 from the birthday range.
  • The giveaway is open to international entries.
  • Multiple entries permitted.
  • The deadline to enter is Friday 1st February 2013, 9pm GMT.
  • One winner will be chosen at random and announced on this post on Friday evening.

Good luck!

Thanks for your entries!
And the winner is:



Congratulations Kavey! Please get in touch with @wildclove who will arrange delivery of your prize!

Wild Clove Giveaway KO Rasoi (3)

Love Sanjana





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Food photographer, digital producer and dreamer of all things delicious. This blog on Indian and East African vegetarian food is my place of reflection and retreat.


  1. Love the ‘chutney to my samosa’ because it reminds me of one of my lovely friend @asmakhancooks’ specialities- she spices up my Twitterfeed like a good relish and I’d definitely send her this one!

  2. Love all the cute cards from wild clove. Love the chutni and samosa one and the Chilli paneer one!!! Hope they make one with Ras malai too!!

  3. Monali P. says

    I love “My Darling Dhokru”! These put a smile on my face…thanks for sharing these Sanjana!

  4. When I was a baby I had a perfectly round round round head and didn’t grow any hair on it for ages. A perfect pale brown sphere. Although I was born in London, I spent several months in India as a baby, and so my entire extended family used to call me ladoo. Even long after I finally grew hair, the name endured.
    Of course, I love ladoos, how could it be otherwise. My nani makes the most wonderful besan ladoos, and anytime a relative came to visit us in England, she would send a box of her home made besan ladoos for us. I love the other types of ladoos too, of course.
    So my favourite of the cards is definitely the ladoo one!
    Love it!
    Love all of them!

  5. Thanks all for your comments, I’m really enjoying reading them and the memories it brings you all. Looking forward to hearing more 🙂

  6. amanda says

    So fun! Had there been a “You’re the masala to my dosa,” I would have had to have voted for that (favorite food ever) but “My sweet jalebi” is equally adorable…I may have to call my future child that.

  7. Michy says

    The “you’re my favorite ladoo” card had me laughing so I hard I cried! Too cute!

  8. My favourite has to be “You’re the chutney to my samosa”. (I am a savoury person) Can’t beat a samosa without athe chutney, especially when it has a bit of kick to it.

  9. I love each and everyone of these cards! They are adorable! Some of my favorites are the You are the Chutney to My Somosa” or the Ganesha with Mooshika or “Your the Chili to my Paneer” or “Hey Sweet Galebi” or even the decorative print cards. All are adorable and brilliantly done! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Misha Choksi says

    All are very cute, choosing just one would be so unfair! But still I liked ‘you’re the chilli to my paneer’ the most!!

  11. Rashmi says

    The food inspired cards are really cute and different. My favorite is the ‘your’re my favourite ladoo.

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