Saturday, October 28, 2017

75 Years of Quit India Movement....Maxim Cards

Monday, October 9, 2017

Private covers based on the stamps Ramayana

Ram Sita Wedding
Banishment of Ram
Bharat Meets Ram
Crossing the Ganga
Ram & Jatayu
Ram & Shabari
Hanuman finds Sita
Building Bridge Across Sea
Hanuman Flying with Mountain
Ram - Ravana War
The Court of Ram

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Private covers on Vulnerable Birds

Nilgiri Pipit

Nilgiri Wood Pigeon
Broad Tailed Grass Warbler 

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Private FDC on 75th year of Quit India Movement

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Monday, April 24, 2017

Means of Transport through the ages

1. Long Palanquin 

2. Meeana Palanquin

3. Boutcha Palanquin

4. Chowpaul Palanquin

5. Bullock Cart 

6. Rath Bullock Cart

7. Tonga

8. Horse Carriage

9. Cycle Rickshaw

10. Motorcycle Rickshaw

11. Motorcycle Rickshaw

12. School Rickshaw

13. Rolls Royce 1909

14. Austin 1926

15. Chevrolet 1932

16. Ford 1932

17. Tram

18. Metro

19. Double Ducker Bus

20. Bus

Friday, March 31, 2017

Cover from Czechia Europe)

This cover I got on 3rd February 2012 from Czechia (Europe). It was send by Dr. Radim J. Vasut. He posted this cover on 27th January 2012.
 The stamp fixed on the cover is Josef Liesler. He was  a Czech surrealist paintergraphic designerillustrator, exlibris and postage stamp designer.

Cover Received from Republic of Korea

This cover I got from Republic of Korea by a friend named as Mr. Park Choonjong. Very beautiful cover, clear post mark and fixed stamps from birds theme.

The great tit (Parus major) is a passerine bird in the tit family "Paridae". It is a widespread and common species throughout Europe, the Middle East, Central and Northern Asia, and parts of North Africa.  The great tit is a distinctive bird with a black head and neck, prominent white cheeks, olive upper parts and yellow under parts, with some variation among the numerous subspecies. 
The fairy pitta (Pitta nympha) is a small and brightly coloured passerine bird that mainly feeds on earthworms, spiders, insects, slugs, and snails. It is also called “little forest angel” in Taiwan and “eight coloured bird" in Japan, Taiwan, North Korea and South Korea. The fairy pitta breeds in East Asia and migrates south to winter in Southeast Asia. This bird is classified as vulnerable on The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species