Special Cover – Surat Philatelic Exhibition, Surat

Special Cover – Surat Philatelic Exhibition, Surat

Date of Issue:- 08.07.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Somnath, Mangalore

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Special Cover 1975

Special Cover – Surat Philatelic Exhibition, Surat

Special Cover – Surat Philatelic Exhibition, Surat

Date of Issue:- 07.07.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Somnath, Mangalore

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Special Cover 1975

Special Cover – Surat Philatelic Exhibition, Surat

Special Cover – Surat Philatelic Exhibition, Surat

Date of Issue:- 06.07.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Somnath, Mangalore

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Special Cover 1975

Special Cover – Annpex 75 Anand Gandhiji Related Cover

Special Cover – Annpex 75 Anand Gandhiji Related Cover

Date of Issue:- 02.10.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Gauresh Mehra, Karnataka

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Gandhi Ji Cover 1975

 

Special Cover – Painting of Tarun Lal Winner of President’s Gold Medal in – 1973 – Norpex – 75, Simla

Special Cover – Painting of Tarun Lal Winner of President’s Gold Medal in – 1973 – Norpex – 75, Simla

Date of Issue:- 24.09.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Suresh Rao, Bangalore

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Special Covers 1975

Special Cover – A Haryanvi Woman – Norpex – 75, Simla

Special Cover – A Haryanvi Woman – Norpex – 75, Simla

Date of Issue:- 23.09.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Suresh Rao, Bangalore

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Special Covers 1975

Special Cover – A Punjabi Woman – Norpex – 75, Simla

Special Cover – A Punjabi Woman – Norpex – 75, Simla

Date of Issue:- 22.09.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Suresh Rao, Bangalore

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Special Cover 1975

Special Cover – A Hemachali Woman – Norpex – 75, Simla

Special Cover – A Hemachali Woman – Norpex – 75, Simla

Date of Issue:- 21.09.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Suresh Rao, Bangalore

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Special Cover 1975

Permanent Pictorial Cancellation – Thekkady – Kerala

Permanent Pictorial Cancellation – Thekkady – Kerala

Thekkady in Kerala State , India ‘s largest wildlife sanctuary is a dream destination for any tourist visiting India . The 120 years old ‘Surki’ dam built across Peryiar, Poorna in Vedic parlance, is a major tourist attraction. This sanctuary is spread over an area of 777 Sq.Kms, surrounded by an artificial lake over an area of 25 Sq.Kms. The Country’s sole Tiger reserve, Thekkady, with its bountiful treasures of tropical flora and fauna is the ultimate reservoir of many an endangered species and a rich tribal culture. Thekkady is a pleasant heaven on earth for those who love nature in its wild manifestations.

The greatest attraction of Periyar are the herds of wild elephants that come down to play in the lake.

The cancellation depicts sketch of wild elephant.

Date of Cancellation:-11.10.1975.

Thekkady Permanent Pictorial Cancellation

Permanent Pictorial Cancellation – (3) – Red Fort – World Heritage Site Delhi

Permanent Pictorial Cancellation –  (3) – Red Fort – Delhi – Special Covers

In 1639, when Mughal ruler Shah Jahan transited his capital from Agra to Delhi, the construction of Red Fort was ordered by him in the north-eastern side of the newly founded city of Shahjahanabad. Shahjahanabad in present day is known as Old Delhi. The construction took nearly a decade to complete, and Yamuna water was used to feed the moat built all around the fort.

The construction of Red Fort by the sandstone of red color in large scale gave it the name Red Fort.  The magnitude of the size of the fort can be estimated by the fact that it took ten years to complete the fort. It has almost two and half kilometer perimeter with tallest structure of 33 meters. The fort has become one of most sought after tourist destination in the modern time.

The fort was the palace for Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s new capital, Shahjahanabad, the seventh city in the Delhi site.  It served as the capital of the Mughals until 1857, when Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was exiled by the British Indian government. The Red Fort continued to be used as a cantonment after Independence. A significant part of the fort remained under the control of the Indian Army until 22 December 2003, when it was handed over to the Archaeological Survey of India for restoration.  Every year on 15 August, the day India achieved independence from the British, Prime Minister hoists the national flag at the Red Fort.

The cancellation depicts Red Fort.

Date of Cancellation:- 01.12.1975.

Contributed By:- Mr Sandeep Chaurasia, Gorakhpur

Red Fort Permanent Pictorial Cancellation
Red Fort Permanent Pictorial Cancellation