First Day Cover 2016 – Govardhanram Tripathi– By India Post

First Day Cover 2016 – Govardhanram Tripathi– By India Post

Govardhanram Tripathi

Date Of Issue:- 27.04.2016.

FDC 2016 -Govardhanram Tripathi
FDC 2016 -Govardhanram Tripathi

Stamps of India 2016 – Govardhanram Tripathi– By India Post

Stamps of India 2016 – Govardhanram Tripathi– By India Post

Govardhanram Tripathi

Date Of Issue:- 27.04.2016.

Govardhanram Tripathi
Govardhanram Tripathi

India 1929 Air Mail Stamps: A Study of Constant Varieties by Rohit Prasad.

India 1929 Air Mail Stamps: A Study of Constant Varieties by Rohit Prasad.

 PRESS RELEASE

Stamps of India is pleased to announce the publication of its new book India 1929 Air Mail Stamps: A Study of Constant Varieties; a new path-breaking work by Rohit Prasad

The book is the result of 6 years of painstaking study and documents 106 CONSTANT varieties identified in India’s first Air Mail stamps, while the Stanley Gibbons catalogues only 3 varieties.

India 1929 Air Mail Stamps: A Study of Constant Varieties isA4 all color art paper, hardbound having 300 Pages. It is being brought out as Limited edition of 500 copies and will be available on October 17, 2015.

The book is Published & Distributed worldwide by Stamps of India Private Limited for

Rs 5,000 post-paid in India, and USD 100 post-paid worldwide.

According to Rohit Prasad “It gives me immense pleasure to share my study on the India 1929 Air Mail Stamps and I hope other collectors would benefit from this. I look forward to their inputs so that they can be incorporated in the further editions of the book.”

Contact Madhukar Jhingan 919811160965 [email protected]

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Karnapex 2003 – Special Cover -Dharwad

Karnapex 2003 – Special Cover -Dharwad

Cover depicts  Rev Ferdinand Kittel author of First Kannada -English Dictionary

Date Of issue:- 29.12.2003.

Rev Ferdinand Kittel author of First Kannada -English Dictionary
Rev Ferdinand Kittel author of First Kannada -English Dictionary

Meghdoot Post Cards New Guide Book 2002-2014

Meghdoot Post Cards New Guide Book 2002-2014

India Post introduced the first Meghdoot Post Card on 24th August 2002. It is priced at 25 paise that is half the cost of regular postcard. The Meghdoot postcards are printed in Security Printing Press, Hyderabad in sheets of gight cards. Various advertisement exist on Meghdoot Post Cards, from commercial products to environmental message. As a postal stationery these items are collectable.

Good news for collectors of Indian postal stationary. First book cum guide  92002 – 2014) on Meghdoot postcards has been published from Hayderabad. It consists details of all meghdoot postcards issued by India Post till 2014.The book consists of 120 pages printed on art paper with multi-color illustrations priced at Rs. 650/- (US $30/-) postage extra.Interested philatelists may contact with the author P. D. Heda . or send money to Indian Stamp Ghar, Our contact no is 08860120900

Mr Purushottam Das Heda

3-12-12/C, Ganeshnagar Colony Ramanthapur,

HYDERABAD – 500013 (TS) INDIA

Meghdoot Post Cards Book

Special Cover – MBD Group – By India post

Special Cover – MBD Group – By India post

Date of Issue:-07.07.2014.
Contributed By:- Mr Susheel Mehra, Bangalore

Special Covers, Carried Covers, Special Cancellation Covers of 2014.View at a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/spl-2014/

Special Cover 2014

Karnapex 2015 – Day One – Vigyaan Diwas

Dear Philatelists, Update on day one – Day One – Vigyaan Diwas
14 Special covers released , 3 Philately Books released
1. Renaming of city  – 12 covers
2. Mars orbiter mission -1 cover
3. Centenary celebration of Clock Tower, Virajpet -1 cover

Books released
1. Special covers on Karnataka ( 1960-2014)
2. Mysore Anche
3. Stamps on Karnataka
Special covers on Karnataka-2 Thanks to contributors
Contributed By:- Mr Suresh Rao & Mr Jagannath Mani, Bangalore
Special covers on Karnataka-3 - Thanks to contributors

Catalogue of Errors on Stamps of Modern India

Catalogue of Errors on Stamps of Modern India

At present collection of errors on postage stamps is one of the most popular branches of philately with a consistently growing number of collectors. But until now the collectors of errors on Indian stamps have no reference work to consult with. Most of them are left in a quandary – knowing not what to look for, what to purchase and at what price. To fill the vacuum this specialized Catalogue of Errors on Stamps of Modern India lists and prices imperf-orates and colour omitted errors on stamps issued since independence in a chronological order. It also encompasses all other types of errors and varieties under a detailed Guide to Other Errors and Varieties, succinctly narrating each variety with lavish illustration.

 

With over 500 entries and illustrations in colour this book provides most relevant and authentic information on all error stamps and gives answers to the most frequently asked queries of the collectors in this field. It will not only help guide beginners in furtherance of their hobby and give out a happy hunting-ground for the topical collectors; but will also make the job of expert philatelists easier by presenting them a handy and useful reference work.

Catalouge Price:-Rs600/-  Postage Rs 100/-

Contact 08860120900

Book Cover

FDC – Kalidasa – 1960 – Place Cancellation of Ujjain

FDC – Kalidasa – 1960 – Place Cancellation of Ujjain

Ujjain is considered the cultural as well as the poetic capital of the country. The ancient city of Ujjain is linked to the big names of Sanskrit literature such as Kalidas, Vatsayayana, and many more scholars of Hindi.

Kalidasa was a poet who has  contributed heavily to the Sanskrit literature. Kalidasa  was a renowned Classical Sanskrit writer, widely regarded as the greatest poet and dramatist in the Sanskrit language. His floruit cannot be dated with precision, but most likely falls within 4th Century AD.

His plays and poetry are primarily based on Hindu Puranas and philosophy.

According to legend, he was known for his beauty, which brought him to the attention of Princess Vidyottama and she married him. However, as legend has it, Kālidāsa had grown up without much education, and the princess was ashamed of his ignorance and coarseness. A devoted worshipper of Kali, Kālidāsa is said to have called upon his goddess for help when he was going to commit suicide in a well after he was humiliated by his wife, and was rewarded with a sudden and extraordinary gift of wit. He is then said to have become the most brilliant of the “nine gems” at the court of the king Vikramaditya of Ujjain. Legend also has it that he was murdered by a courtesan in Sri Lanka during the reign of Kumaradasa.

Date Of Cancellation:- 22.06.1960., Place Ujjain

Stamps depicts:- Kalidasa – Yaksha pleading with the cloud from “Meghaduta”, Kalidasa – Shakuntala writing a letter to Dushyanta from “Shakuntala”

1960 FDC