Beautiful Table Calender by Bihar Circle of India Post

By Dr.Pradeep Jain and R.K.Mishra

\"calenderA  beautifully designed\” Philately and cultural heritage of Bihar through stamps\” in a table calender is very well presented by Bihar circle.

In this era of e-communication to promote philately such effective and innovative ideas are required to reach  to general people. Congratulations to Bihar circle for this release which depicts Sufi,Jainism, Budhism, sikhism and Eco circuits of Bihar on each page of calender with brief description as well.\"calender\"calender\"calender\"calender\"calender\"calender\"calender\"calender\"calender\"calender\"calender

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8 Responses to Beautiful Table Calender by Bihar Circle of India Post

  1. muthiah rajendren says:

    sir, me to get the above calander and price and where to contact.

  2. Rakesh says:

    I am interested in your mails please register me

  3. Today I went to Patna Bureau to purchase this calander n to my surprise Bureau staff expressed utter shock on this news about calender. The Bureau staff is not aware about this Calnder. What a Philatellic Shock?

  4. Sudhir Jain says:

    I am intrested to buy this Calender. Can anybody inform the availability and price?

  5. Sudhir Jain says:

    I understand from a Philatelic friend of Patna that till today this calender has not been published. It is under process of publication. Is it true?

  6. ANIL KR PUJARA says:

    Yes Sir. This calander is not yet available in the Patna Bureau n Bureau staff is ignorant about it. This is the condition of India Post that too when Bureau n Circle office both are situated in the same complex. Further I was given to understand that this calender is being printed in Delhi. What an insult to Bihar in its capital by India Post.


    The July leaf of this beautiful table calender confirms that
    for India Post we do do not seem to have any fruits except for
    unripe mangoes. Or, at least no philatelic advisory committee,
    present or past, likes/liked it’s fruits. Bad for health!

  8. Sudhir Jain says:

    When this calendr is not yet published, then how was this news ?

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