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It’s 2018-meets-2019 season: These four types of Indians still buy paper greeting cards

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All '90s kids (old kids though!) must have a collection of greeting cards stashed somewhere in their attics and also in their memories. On the left leaf, there are personalised notes written in bad handwriting and wonky grammar. Same on the right leaf — only the font is a little better!

The season of ‘season’s greetings’ comes and goes, but with fewer to nil paper greeting cards (but interestingly, more of wedding cards). That we have judiciously reduced our use (or misuse) of paper and started sharing e-greetings, WhatsApp (never mind the ‘forwarded’ stamp on the top of it) messages and Facebook wishes is no news. But it is surprising that this is not the case in the United States.

The US thanks their millennials for keeping the personal touch alive. (Photo: Reuters)

According to a recent report published in The Chicago Tribune,........

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