St. Paul's College, Kalamassery - Philatelic Exposition, Pride of India Collection

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Philatelic Exposition - Pride of India Collection

Prof. V. C. Antony
Venue: Seminar Hall, St Paul’s College, Kalamassery
Time & Date: 2.00 P.M, 2/7/2012

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St. Paul's College, Kalamassery - Philatelic Exposition, Pride of India Collection

  1. 1. Welcome to All
  2. 2. Dedicated to my Parents
  3. 3. Philatelic Exposition - Pride of India Collection Prof. V. C. Antony Venue: Seminar Hall, St Paul’s College, Kalamassery
  4. 4. A Message from Former President Dr. Kalam During my tenure as President of India, it was my privilege to travel the length and breadth of our country, meeting people from every walk of life. From all my interactions, the constant thought which emerged was the pride of our country's rich history and accomplishments, hope and enthusiasm for a peaceful, prosperous, happy and a safe future. Beneath the surface of every Indian, a deep well of patriotism, with certain value system, is embedded drawn from our civilisational heritage. I am delighted to introduce to you, friends, this collection of commemorative stamp ingots entitled "Pride of India". Over the years, the stamps issued by India Post have authentically reflected our finest moments and rich culture. The collection represents celebration of our freedom movement, celebration of great minds, celebration of our successes in science, technology, industry, sports and celebration of our art and culture. I am sure, you will find joy and inspiration in the images reflected in the Pride of India Collection, and pass on that spirit of resilience and endeavour they represent to future generations. IDr. APJ Abdul Kalam Former President of ndia
  5. 5. Postal Department and, Pride of India Collection jointly Present 25 Important Indian Stamps
  6. 6. Stamp Issue Date: 9th August 2007 Stamp Size: 58.00 mm x 33.00 mm
  7. 7. Stamp Issue Date: 26th January 1950 Stamp Size: 39.75 mm x 29.50 mm
  8. 8. Stamp Issue Date: 2th October 1969 Stamp Size: 29.50 mm x 39.50 mm
  9. 9. Stamp Issue Date: 17th October 1987 Stamp Size: 39.75 mm x 29.50 mm
  10. 10. Stamp Issue Date: 30th December1976 Stamp Size: 39.75 mm x 29.50 mm
  11. 11. Stamp Issue Date: 2nd May 2007 Stamp Size: 40.50 mm x 60.00 mm
  12. 12. Stamp Issue Date: 25th August 1978 Stamp Size: 39.75 mm x 29.50 mm
  13. 13. Stamp Issue Date: 21st November 1947 Stamp Size: 41.00 mm x 25.50 mm
  14. 14. Stamp Issue Date: 30th December 1971 Stamp Size: 41.00 mm x 23.00 mm
  15. 15. Stamp Issue Date: 15th August 1949 Stamp Size: 41.50 mm x 24.50 mm
  16. 16. Stamp Issue Date: 5th May 1973 Stamp Size: 58.40 mm x 39.60 mm
  17. 17. Stamp Issue Date: 1st October 1952 Stamp Size: 41.00 mm x 24.50 mm
  18. 18. Stamp Issue Date: 26th April 2002 Stamp Size: 30.00 mm x 40.00 mm
  19. 19. Stamp Issue Date: 16th December 2004 Stamp Size: 49.00 mm x 44.00 mm
  20. 20. Stamp Issue Date: 18th March 2008 Stamp Size: 33.50 mm x 33.50 mm
  21. 21. Stamp Issue Date: 4th March 1951 Stamp Size: 24.50 mm x 41.00 mm
  22. 22. Stamp Issue Date: 4th October 2004 Stamp Size: 49.00 mm x 41.00 mm
  23. 23. Stamp Issue Date: 1st January 2000 Stamp Size: 29.50 mm x 29.50 mm
  24. 24. Stamp Issue Date: 11th January 1994 Stamp Size: 105.00 mm x 35.50 mm
  25. 25. Stamp Issue Date: 27th August 1980 Stamp Size: 39.75 mm x 29.50 mm
  26. 26. Stamp Issue Date: 29th November 1994 Stamp Size: 49.00 mm x 41.00 mm
  27. 27. Stamp Issue Date: 7th October 1963 Stamp Size: 39.75 mm x 29.50 mm
  28. 28. Stamp Issue Date: 29th November 2003 Stamp Size: 29.50 mm x 39.50 mm
  29. 29. Stamp Issue Date: 28th December 2002 Stamp Size: 29.00 mm x 40.00 mm
  30. 30. Stamp Issue Date: 16th April 2002 Stamp Size: 53.50 mm x 26.75 mm
  31. 31. If I were to look over the whole world to find out the country most richly endowed with all the wealth, Power and beauty that nature can bestow – in some parts a very paradise on earth – I should point to India Max Mueller, German Scholar (1883) THANK YOU

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