Special Cover – Barak Blood Bank, Silchar – By India Post

Special Cover – Barak Blood Bank, Silchar – By India Post

Date of Issue:-16.09.2016.

Contributed By :- Mr Gauresh Mehra, Bangalore

Special Cover 2016

Special Cover – Indian Naval Hospital Ship Jeevanti, INHS Jeevanti – By India Post

Special Cover  – Indian Naval Hospital Ship Jeevanti, INHS Jeevanti – By India Post

Date Of Issue:-15.04.2016.

Special Cover 2016

The National Cancer Association Of South Africa – Bramfontein Cover

The National Cancer Association Of South Africa – Bramfontein Cover

 

Date Of Issue:-10.07.1981.

South Africa Cancer Cover

Leo Citpex – Year Of Disabled Person – Satna Special Cover

Leo Citpex 81 – Year Of Disabled Person – Satna Special Cover

Date Of Issue:-20.06.1981.

Special Cover 1981

Postal Stationary – Post Card 2007 – Female Volunteer – Nepal

Postal Stationary – Post Card 2007 – Female Volunteer – Nepal

Female Volunteer educating women’s on family planning, pregnant women, importance of vitamin A

Year Of Issue:-2007

Nepal Post Card

1967 Cover – British Discoveries Pencillin & Atoms

Cover – British Discoveries

Sir Alexander Fleming was a Scottish biologist, pharmacologist & botanist. His best-known discoveries are the enzyme lysozyme  in 1923 and the antibiotic substance benzylpenicillin (Penicillin G) from the mould Penicillium notatum in 1928, for which he shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology  in 1945 with Howard Florey & Ernst Boris Chain. He wrote many articles on bacteriology, immunology, and chemotherapy.

Sir Alexander Fleming Penicillin – In 1928, bacteriologist Alexander Fleming made a chance discovery from an already discarded, contaminated Petri dish. The mold that had contaminated the experiment turned out to contain a powerful antibiotic, penicillin. However, though Fleming was credited with the discovery, it was over a decade before someone else turned penicillin into the miracle drug that has helped save millions of lives

Ernest Lord  Rutherford Splitting Atoms

There are few discoveries in science that can be said to have changed the world but one must surely be the ‘splitting of the atom’ by Ernest Rutherford in Manchester.

He was already a notable scientist, winning the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his work on the disintegration of elements and the chemistry of radioactive substances in Canada.

British Discoveries

 

Miniature Sheet – Surya Namaskar – By India Post

Miniature Sheet  – Surya Namaskar – By India Post

Surya Namaskar or ‘Sun Salutation’ is a very ancient technique of paying respect or expressing gratitude to the sun that is the source of all forms of life on the planet. Symbolically, the sun becomes our source of energy as well. About the history of this technique, it has been said by the ancient rishis of India that the different parts of the body are governed by different devas (divine impulses or divine light). The solar plexus (located behind the navel, which is the central point of the human body), also known as the second brain, is said to be connected to the sun. This is the main reason why the ancient rishis recommended the practice of Surya Namaskar, because the regular practice of this technique enhances the solar plexus, which increases one’s creativity and intuitive abilities. It is not by accident but by intent that it has been structured with twelve postures or twelve asanas in it. If your system is in a certain level of vibrancy and readiness, and in a good state of receptivity, then naturally your cycle will be in sync with the solar cycle.

Date Of Issue:-20.06.2016.

Miniature Sheet 2016 Surya Namaskar

First Day Cover With Miniature Sheet Surya Namaskar – By India Post

First Day Cover With Miniature Sheet Surya Namaskar – By India Post

Surya Namaskar or ‘Sun Salutation’ is a very ancient technique of paying respect or expressing gratitude to the sun that is the source of all forms of life on the planet. Symbolically, the sun becomes our source of energy as well. About the history of this technique, it has been said by the ancient rishis of India that the different parts of the body are governed by different devas (divine impulses or divine light). The solar plexus (located behind the navel, which is the central point of the human body), also known as the second brain, is said to be connected to the sun. This is the main reason why the ancient rishis recommended the practice of Surya Namaskar, because the regular practice of this technique enhances the solar plexus, which increases one’s creativity and intuitive abilities. It is not by accident but by intent that it has been structured with twelve postures or twelve asanas in it. If your system is in a certain level of vibrancy and readiness, and in a good state of receptivity, then naturally your cycle will be in sync with the solar cycle.

Date Of Issue:-20.06.2016.

FDC 2016 Surya Namaskar