First Day Cover – Ramgopal Maheshwari – By India Post

First Day Cover – Ramgopal Maheshwari – By India Post

Ram Gopal Maheshwari – Freedom fighter, doyen of journalism, a committed social worker and a person who left no stone unturned for the cause of Hindi language, Ramgopal Maheshwari was fondly remembered during his birth centenary year November 20, 2011 to November 20, 2012.
Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi’s ashram Sewagram near Nagpur inspired him to become a Gandhian. Thereafter, he involved himself in the freedom movement. Throughout his life, Ramgopal Maheshwari popularly known as ‘Babuji’, wore khadi and believed in simple living. At an early age of 18 in 1929, he chose social service as his goal and Gandhiji’s nearest disciple, Shri Krishnadas Jajoo’s inspiration led him to be linked with ‘Maheshwari’, the mouthpiece of the Maheshwari Samaj, when he had attained the age of 22. He dedicatedly carried out editing and publishing of the mouthpiece of the Maheshwari community. This was the beginning of his journalistic life and it continued till the end of his life.
Alongwith publication of ‘Maheshwari’, Babuji also took the responsibility of the biweekly publication ‘Nava Rajasthan’ started by Brijlal Biyani at Akola. On the auspicious occasion of Basant Panchmi on February 8, 1934, Babuji started a biweekly paper ‘Nava Bharat’ from Nagpur which soon became a daily publication. Nava Bharat proved its mettle and soon its popularity saw opening of its 16 editions in Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Satna, Chhindwara, Raipur, Bilaspur, Mumbai, Nashik, Pune, Amarawati and Chandrapur. Nava Bharat group of newspapers are also publishing their English daily ‘Central Chronicle’ from Bhopal and Raipur. For 65 years, Ramgopal Maheshwari successfully directed the publication of Nava Bharat as Chief Editor and also provided valuable guidance to other associated publications, spread all over the world and he was also known as ‘Bhishma Pitamah’ in journalism in Central and Western India. Babuji made Nava Bharat newspaper a medium for the nation’s freedom movement, which is symolised in the tricolour being held by a satyagrahi on the newspaper’s masthead.

Date Of Issue:-20.11.2012.

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Stamps of India – Ramgopal Maheshwari – By India Post

Stamps of India – Ramgopal Maheshwari – By India Post

Ram Gopal Maheshwari – Freedom fighter, doyen of journalism, a committed social worker and a person who left no stone unturned for the cause of Hindi language, Ramgopal Maheshwari was fondly remembered during his birth centenary year November 20, 2011 to November 20, 2012.
Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi’s ashram Sewagram near Nagpur inspired him to become a Gandhian. Thereafter, he involved himself in the freedom movement. Throughout his life, Ramgopal Maheshwari popularly known as ‘Babuji’, wore khadi and believed in simple living. At an early age of 18 in 1929, he chose social service as his goal and Gandhiji’s nearest disciple, Shri Krishnadas Jajoo’s inspiration led him to be linked with ‘Maheshwari’, the mouthpiece of the Maheshwari Samaj, when he had attained the age of 22. He dedicatedly carried out editing and publishing of the mouthpiece of the Maheshwari community. This was the beginning of his journalistic life and it continued till the end of his life.
Alongwith publication of ‘Maheshwari’, Babuji also took the responsibility of the biweekly publication ‘Nava Rajasthan’ started by Brijlal Biyani at Akola. On the auspicious occasion of Basant Panchmi on February 8, 1934, Babuji started a biweekly paper ‘Nava Bharat’ from Nagpur which soon became a daily publication. Nava Bharat proved its mettle and soon its popularity saw opening of its 16 editions in Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Satna, Chhindwara, Raipur, Bilaspur, Mumbai, Nashik, Pune, Amarawati and Chandrapur. Nava Bharat group of newspapers are also publishing their English daily ‘Central Chronicle’ from Bhopal and Raipur. For 65 years, Ramgopal Maheshwari successfully directed the publication of Nava Bharat as Chief Editor and also provided valuable guidance to other associated publications, spread all over the world and he was also known as ‘Bhishma Pitamah’ in journalism in Central and Western India. Babuji made Nava Bharat newspaper a medium for the nation’s freedom movement, which is symolised in the tricolour being held by a satyagrahi on the newspaper’s masthead.

Date Of Issue:-20.11.2012.

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Stamps of India – The Scinde Horse – By India Post

Stamps of India – The Scinde Horse – By India Post

Scinde Horse is the only regiment known to honour its enemy till date(the Baluchi warrior on its badge)and has not changed its badge since its raising, unlike others who have done so-numerious times and at one point Scinde horse carried 9 Standards while on parade(regiments normally hold 1).

Scinde Horse was also the first British-Indian Cavalry regiment to be MECHANISED(shed their horses for mechanised armour)in 1938. This day is remembered as Armoured Corps Day.

It is also the 1st to receive The President of India’s STANDARD.

Date Of Issue:-16.11.2012.

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First Day Cover – The Scinde Horse – By India Post

First Day Cover – The Scinde Horse – By India Post

Date Of Issue:-16.11.2012.

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First Day Cover – Children’s Day – By India Post

First Day Cover – Children’s Day – By India Post

Date Of Issue:-14.11.2012.

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Stamps of India – Children’s Day – By India Post

Stamps of India – Children’s Day – By India Post

Date Of Issue:-14.11.2012.

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Stamps of India – T.S. Narayanaswami – By India Post

Stamps of India – T.S. Narayanaswami – By India Post

T.S. Narayanaswami, industrialist and philanthropist.TSN, as he was popularly known, started his life as a junior officer in the Indo-Commercial Bank. But a few years later set up India Cements along with Sankaralinga Iyer and K. Lakshamanan. It was the beginning of his career as an industrialist. During the early 1950s, the plant started production in full-scale and the company established itself as one of the leading units in South India.

Date Of Issue:-11.11.2012.

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Gandhi Jayanti 02 Oct 2012

Gandhi Jayanti 02 Oct 2012

We Celebrate Gandhiji’s 143rd Birth Anniversary today 02 -10-2012. The Nation Pays homage to the Father Of Nation – An Apostle of Peace

World Stamp – Mahatma Gandhi Sheet Let – Gibraltar

Mahatma Gandhi Writing letter

Year of Issue:-2008

2012 London Olympics 62 Days to go- Stamps on Atlanta 1996-USA

2012 London Olympics 62 Days to go- Stamps on Atlanta  1996-USA

Sheetlet – Atlanta 1996, Centennial Olympic Games

Stamps of India – National Parks 2007 Issue – Variety – Se-tenant Stamp – By India Post

Indian Stamps – National Parks 2007 Issue – Variety

It has been endeavour of the research team at Indian Stamp Ghar to carry out genuine research on the Indian issues and bring to you worthwhile collectible items. Our readers are well aware of the excellent research on Rath Yatra  issue -which is a fantastic collection of different traffic light varieties . It was an instant hit with collectors.

We also ensure that the variety is in our possession before we go ahead with publishing our work. The genuineness is ensured . Now we bring to you another variety which may be a good value addition to India collectors.

The National park issue sheets  can be found in five varieties . Four sheets with traffic lights in different corners and one without traffic lights. It was a difficult task to unearth five varieties and now the research team with tremendous efforts is bringing another masterpiece variety . The sheets are listed  for ready reference. Till next time have  great fun.