Stamps on Bhai Jeevan Singh and Central Bank of India released

Bhai Jeevan Singh

\"\"Bhai Jeevan Singh was born on 13th December 1661 at Patna. It was turbulent time for Hindu religion. The Kashmiri pundits were under pressure to convert into Islam. They sought the protection of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji. On March to Delhi, Guru Teg Bahadur Ji along with his companions had been arrested and imprisoned in Delhi.

On 11th November 1675, in most gruesome and brutal manner, Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji was beheaded at Delhi and the rulers banned recovery of the body. Bhai Jeevan Singh was entrusted to protect and take the beheaded body to Anandpur. Bhai Sada Nand Ji, Bhai Jeevan Singh accomplished the task successfully. Bhai Jeevan Singh participated in military action alongside Guru Gobind Singh Ji. While fighting the Mugal Army at Garhi of Chamkaur, Bhai Jeevan Singh attained martyrdom on 23rd December 1704.

Central Bank of India

Central Bank of India was founded on 21st December 1911 by Sir Sorabji Pochkhanawala a visionary.  It was his dream of setting up\"\" a ‘Swadeshi bank’ owned by Indians and for Indians.  On founding the Bank, Sir Sorabji proclaimed with pride that Central Bank was property of the Nation and the country’s asset. After the independence, the bank played a laudable role in the growth and development of country and improving the socio-economic status of people. Central Bank of India is celebrating its centenary year during December 2010.

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One Response to Stamps on Bhai Jeevan Singh and Central Bank of India released

  1. R.K.MISHRA,LALA says:

    Philatelic materials of Bhai Jeevan Singh can be collected under the thematic of Sikhism, Patna, Bihar(sons of the soil) ,early heroes of freedom
    etc.

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