The brilliance, sharpness nack for collection is very strongly depicted here in this type of JUGALBANDI between unconventional collections combined togather. Rare phenomenon. Thanks Mishra Ji for sharing this piece of collection from your treasure n hope to see more in near future. Regards
Mishra ji this jugalbandi is both interesting and inspiring. It needs time, patience and of course a collection. I have seen a Russian on Mrs. Gandhi with her autograph on it in English. I suggest you write to India Post suggesting them to issue special stamps & FDCs carring the autographs of renowned leaders and personalities. As a matter of fact India has issued commemorative coins on many personalities which include politicians, indepdence leaders, philosophers and saints.
Personally, I do not understand this autograph business.
I had a little autograph mini booklet having autographs of
film personalities, cricketers & even netas. It never amused
me personally! I wilfully ‘mis-placed’ it decades ago.
No regrets, whatsoever.
Historical documents & things signed by GREAT figures is
altogether different matter. Like, U.S. independence material.
I have thousands of FDCs but I would not like any of them
to be signed by some personality.
For example, a living Bombay filmy legend signing on my
Meenakumari or Actresses (6) cover. No sir, never!
Dear Mr Garg,
Please go through the first part of philatelic Document and write ups minutely. People expect a subjective & quality comments from philatelists .
What you have,what you like what don’t .what should be and not this is your problem of IDENTITY. Thanks
Dear Mishrajee, If you thought that I am somehow belittling your
effort on Jugalbandi-you must be badly mistaken, sorry!!
And many tahnks for the info.
I have read every word of the write-up very-2 carefully but it
seems you have not read mine. All my comments are one
hundred percent personal & it’s alright with me if you did not
like mine. Think of it, even if 99% of Philamirror readers do not
agree to any of my comment,my opinion would still be mine-
ain’t that true?
Please be open to take both praise & criticism with both hands.
Once again I shall request everyone to read the following link
Commandment # 1 says
” 1. Thou shalt not at anytime criticize what thy fellow collector collects.
What the other man collects is no concern of yours, be it what it may. If he wants Airport dedications that are supposed to be pure favors, let him. That’s his choice and he will stick to it. A lot of confusion and squabbling could be avoided if this principle was followed.”
Who is helping a budding philatelist to grow?! (commandment # 2)
” There is a saying – error of typing is mine- Satyam bruat, ma bruat satyam apriyam”.
The above statement does not mean that my praise for misharaji’s collection is apple polishing. I myself do a type of jugal bandi.
Dear Mishra Ji,
Another very nice collection from you.
If you don’t mind I would call this a ‘Tigalbandi’ as you bring together three great hobbies.
An eye-opener and jaw-dropper for me was to see the signatures of Madam Indira Gandhi in devanagiri script. This is a rarity indeed, as till now I had the impression that she signed in latin script only.
Looking forward to more rarities from you.
Dear Dinu jee,
I clicked the site and gone through the 10 commandments philatelist.I find that most of them ,i am practicing
in my life style.Your last words does not matches with the Commandments. Bhsa halki na ho to jyda prabhvi hooti hai,(commandment of my school)
When two or more school of art or artists (maestros) , perform together over a subject , its only JUGALBANDI ,it gives an enchanting effect on our eyes, ears,mind and it brings a feeling of BRAHMANAND.
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