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India Post Issued Stamp on Dadabhai Naoroji

Known as the Grand Old Man of India, Dadabhai Naoroji was an intellectual, educator and political figure who worked to promote the Zoroastrian religion and the Indian culture. He spearheaded India’s freedom struggle by giving speeches and writing articles on … Continue reading

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Ramayana:The Soul of India

By G P Chaudhary Tulsidas:Tulsidas is the all-time national poet of India and most celebrated of all the Indian sage or saint and poet- laureate. He was disciple of Narhariji Swami   in the school of vaisnaism discipline and was imparted … Continue reading

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India Post Issued Stamp on 75 Years of Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan

India Post has released a commemorative postage stamp on Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan Today.Backed by a vision and a few words of encouragement from Mahatma Gandhi, KM Munshi set up the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in 1938. It’s been seventy-five years since … Continue reading

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INDIA POST :2013 Calendar Highlighting Astrological Signs

In an innovative gesture, the Department of Posts has been bringing out calendar based on theme of stamps issued. The  2010  calendar  was  on  the set of highly popular \’Dasavatar\’ stamps based on Jayadev\’s 12th century epic \’Geetagovinda\’. India Post 2011 Calendar was … Continue reading

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INDIA:Different Types of Folders(11)

By Sudhir Jain In the 70s and 80s, Indian Post & Telegraph Department (yes, at that time Postal & Telegraph both the Departments were combined) was issuing Information Sheets instead of folders / brochures. This was the white paper sheet … Continue reading

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