The Visa Calendar for 2015 takes the many incarnations of the goddess Shakti as its theme and displays the myriad forms through different works of traditional art.
The Visa 2009 calendar pays tribute to path-breakers in the mould of people like Walt Disney, Alexander Graham Bell and Henry Ford. In saluting their lives and contributions Visa looks to the future with a vision to transcend frontiers.
The Visa Group was set up in 1994 with operations in India and China. Visa’s 2010 calendar focuses upon these two emerging countries. The pages feature iconic monuments and other structures in them that speak of mighty deeds and lofty achievements.
History is very often a harbinger of the times to come. In a country of a million deities and a billion people The Visa 2011 calendar takes this message to heart and celebrates India’s heritage by reflecting upon some its finest temples, some as old as 2,000 BC.
The Visa 2012 calendar celebrates an emotion that unites all humans: happiness. It does this by reflecting on the various celebrations and festivals that take place around the world. By celebrating world culture Visa presents its globalised outlook.
The idea behind the Visa 2013 calendar was to touch upon one of the most important elements in the lives of almost all Indians: divinity. The theme employed was the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva spread across the country.