Presentation Pack – 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

Presentation Pack – 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

Content:-Miniature Sheet +  1 FDC with Cancelled Stamp + 1 Information Sheet

Date of Issue: 25.05.2011.

Contributed By:-Abeba Alula,Addis  Ababa, Ethopia

Please note:- We have inquired from India Post about the presentation Pack, These are not available for Sale at present, at later stage they may be available through ePost. These have been distributed at Summit at Africa.



First Day Cover with Miniature Sheet– 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

First Day Cover with Miniature Sheet– 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

First Day Cancelled – Addis Ababa – Enhancing Partnership, Shared Vision

India Post released a set of 2 stamp on 25th May 2011 to commemorate  2nd Africa-India Forum Summit. The stamps depict the African and Asian Elephants in the denomination of Rs.25/- and Rs.5/-.

Date Of Issue:-25.05.2011.

Stamps India– 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011, Set of 2 – By India Post

India Stamps– 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011, Set of 2 – By India Post

Addis Ababa – Enhancing Partnership, Shared Vision

India Post released a set of 2 stamp & Miniature Sheet on 25th May 2011 to commemorate  2nd Africa-India Forum Summit. The stamps depict the African and Asian Elephants in the denomination of Rs.25/- and Rs.5/-.

Quantity Printed :-0.4 Million Each

Date Of Issue:-25.05.2011.

2011 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

http://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-2011/

Information Brochure – 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

Information Brochure – 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

Addis Ababa – Enhancing Partnership, Shared Vision

India Post released a set of 2 stamp & Miniature Sheet on 25th May 2011 to commemorate  2nd Africa-India Forum Summit. The stamps depict the African and Asian Elephants in the denomination of Rs.25/- and Rs.5/-.

Size Of Brochure:-10Cm x 19Cm

Date Of Issue:-25.05.2011.

Miniature Sheet – 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

Miniature Sheet  – 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

Addis Ababa – Enhancing Partnership, Shared Vision

India Post released a set of 2 stamp & Miniature Sheet on 25th May 2011 to commemorate  2nd Africa-India Forum Summit. The stamps depict the African and Asian Elephants in the denomination of Rs.25/- and Rs.5/-.

Size Of Miniature Sheet:-17Cm x 9.5Cm, Quantity Printed :-0.3 Million

Date Of Issue:-25.05.2011.

FDC – 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

First Day Cover – 2nd Africa – India Forum Summit 2011 – By India Post

Addis Ababa – Enhancing Partnership, Shared Vision

India Post released a set of 2 stamp on 25th May 2011 to commemorate  2nd Africa-India Forum Summit. The stamps depict the African and Asian Elephants in the denomination of Rs.25/- and Rs.5/-.

Date Of Issue:-25.05.2011.

New Commemorative Coins – India – Anna Perarignar

New Commemorative Coins – India – Anna Perarignar

A set of Two coins was released in 2009 to mark the Birth Centenary of Tamil Leader Anna Perarignar (1909-2009).

PHILACOIN 2011 – one day Philatelic and Numismatic Exhibition held at Loins Bhawan, Bilaspur (C.G.)

PHILACOIN 2011, a one day Philatelic and Numismatic  Exhibition held at Loins Bhawan, Bilaspur (C.G.) organized by Chhattiasgarh Philatelic Association,Bilaspur jointly with Bilaspur Mudra Parishad,Bilaspur under patronage of Loins Club Bilaspur on 22.05.11 stamped an impression of great success  as it was graced by the regular attendance of big  number of visitors of the city and  was highly appreciated by the local print and electronic media. The exhibition which was organized with a view to refresh the  collections of the members, to introduce, attract and guide the  new collectors in this field  was highly appreciated by all the visitors of all age groups who enjoyed the fascinating world of stamps and coins together under one roof.

The show was graced mainly by the highly acknowledged thematic exhibits of National and International stature  belonging to Mr. Atul Jain and Sri Naresh Agrawal  on “Human Hands” and “Automobiles” respectively which won various national and international awards in the recent times. There were other very good displays mainly the one “Gandh-a life journey” by Sri Abhijit Biswas alongwith others on different topics such as  “Queen’s Baton Relay-2010”,Dak Ticket Sandharbh Jain Dharam, Maximum Cards(environment), History and development of car, Road Traffic Safety, Labeling Airmails etc. Numismatic section had displays of Coins from 500Bc to 1947 AD  by Sri Neeraj Agrawal, Coins of republic of India by Sri Alok Chowdhary and  Sri Pramod , Wild life on Indian coins and currency by Sri Maurya were   worth seen and  remained crowded all the time.

Though bad weather interrupted the flow of visitors twice in between but surprisingly the enthusiasm was never reduced.  The people kept on visiting even during the rain showers.

Visitors comments on the visitor book showed that the love for philately and coins is there in every one but it just needed opportunity and a platform to show it. Loins club of Bilaspur very generously requested the association to conduct such shows every year and assured of full support.

Speaking on the dias , the president Sri C.R. Andhare and General secretary Sri Atul Jain thanked the Loins Club, the people who visited the show, the people who showed interest in becoming member of the society. They spoke on the aim and importance of such activities . Loins club Bilaspur  awarded certificate of appreciation to all participants and honored the veteran philatelists for their achievements and services given in this field. The success of the show  was an example of team work with  special efforts from Sri Thakur, Ahishek Sharma and Abhijit Biswas under guidance of Sri C.R.andhare.

Contributed By:- Naresh Aggarwal, Bilaspur

Special Cover – Mata Bhimkali Mandir Bhueli, Mandi (H.P.) – By India Post

Special Cover – Mata Bhimkali Mandir Bhueli, Mandi (H.P.) – By India Post H.P.Postal Circle, Shimla

Kali is one of the most well-known and worshiped Hindu Goddesses. The name Kali is derived from the Hindu word that means “time”; it also means “black.” In Hinduism, Kali is a manifestation of the Divine Mother, which represents the female principle. Frequently, those not comprehending her many roles in life call Kali the goddess of destruction. She destroys only to recreate, and what she destroys is sin, ignorance, and decay. She is equated with the eternal night, is the transcendent power of time, and is the consort of the god Shiva. It is believed that it is Shiva who destroys the world, and Kali is the power or energy with which Shiva acts. Therefore, Kali is Shiva’s shakti, without which Shiva could not act. Kali receives her name because she devours kala (Time) and then resumes her own dark formlessness.
Date of Issue:-15.12.2010.

Military Medals on Stamps – France- Croix De Guerre

Military Medals on Stamps – France- Croix De Guerre

War Cross (Croix de Guerre) France

The Croix de Guerre decoration of France was originally created in 1915, consisting of a square-cross medal on two crossed swords hanging from a ribbon with various degree pins. It was awarded during both World War I and II and in other conflicts. The decoration was also commonly awarded to foreign military forces allied to France and Belgium.

A stamp issued 0n 22 May 1965 to mark the Golden Jubilee.