Special Cover – Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi – By India Post

Special Cover – Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi – By India Post

Nawab Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi was the ninth Nawab of the Princely state of Pataudi. He made his debut for Sussex country at the age of 16 in 1957. He lost his right eye in car accident, while he was the Captain of Oxford University. But despite this huge loss he went on to captain India in 1962 when he was only 21.He played in 46 test matches for India scoring 2793 runs at an average of 34.91. His victories include India’s first ever test match win oversea against New Zealand in 1968. He was rewarded with Indian Cricketer of the year in 1962 and Wisden Cricketer in the year 1968. He also captained Sussex in 1966.

Year Of Issue:-10.02.2012.

Contributed By:- Jay Mishra, Kanpur

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Special Cover – P R Umrigar – By India Post

Special Cover – P R Umrigar – By India Post

Cricket Association Of BemgalLegendary cricketer Pahlanji Ratanji Umrigar was born on March 28, 1926. He represented India in 59 est matches, in which he scored 3,631 runs and took 59 wickets. He was the first Indian to score 3,000 runs and more than ten centuries in Tests. His highest Test score was 223 against New Zealand at Hyderabad in 1955-56. Umrigar’s “second innings”, after his retirement as a cricketer, was as memorable as his first. He served Indian cricket as Selector, Administrator and Curator. .

Year Of Issue:-06.02.2012.

Contributed By:- Vishal Sanganeria, Meghalaya

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FDC – ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 – By Bangladesh Post Office

First Day Cover  – ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 – By Bangladesh Post Office

Date Of Issue:-23.02.2011.

Contributed By:- Mr Y.Gilani, Bangladesh