Indian Stamps – Year 1975 – By India Post

Indian Stamps – Year 1975 – By India Post

Tercentenary of the martydrom of Guru Tegh Bahadur (9th Sikh Guru)  (25p)

Date Of Issue:-16.12.1975.

Centenary of Theosophical Society (25p)

Date Of Issue:-20.12.1975.

Centenary of the Indian Meteorological Department (25p)

Date Of Issue:-24.12.1975.

‘INPEX-75’ India National Philatelic Exhibition, Calcutta, Set of 2, (25p + 2r)

Date Of Issue:-25.12.1975.

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Special Cover-Grand Festival-2009

A Special Cover released to commemorates the commencement of the Golden Jubilee of the movement in India that is highlighted by the installation of the Most Worshipful Grandmaster Dr. Balaram Biswakumar, a leading neurologist of Chennai by Justice Devider Gupta, the outgoing Grandmaster on 21st November 2009, with the approval of the Chief Postmaster General, Tamil Nadu Circle.

The Grand Lodge of India is part of the worldwide movement of Freemasonry which is a group of men banding together in the bonds of brotherly love ad affection.  Freemasonry organizes charitable work within its membership and for society at large.

In India charitable work covers running of hospitals, vocational training centres, Schools and so on, it gets the benefit of volunteer participation of several eminent professionals from all walks of life.


Date Of Issue:-21.11.2009

Contributed By:-Sreejesh Krishnan

Permanent Pictorial Cancellations (2) – India – Inaugural Cover – Sculpture – Perur – Tamilnadu

Pictorial Cancellations – India – Inaugural Cover
The Inaugural cover of Pictorial Cancellation  on Perur ,Coimbatore  (Tamil Nadu) dated 03 Feb 1976.  Cover illustration shows Perur Patteeswarar Temple.

Perur is a neighbourhood located on western side of Coimbatore.
Perur is very famous for its very old Perur Pateeswarar Temple (Siva
Temple). The temple was built by Karikala cholan. Other than this
temple there are numerous other temples and many wedding halls.
Just 500 m away from the main temple is the bank of Noyyal river.
People arrive here round the year to perform the rituals of deceased
people. The cancellation depicts famous Patteeswarar temple

Date Of Cancellation:-03.02.1976.