Monday, 18 September 2017

Stamps And Miniature Sheets Of India ( Asia ) - Part II

1. INDIAN FOLK TALES

2.  INDIAN FOLK TALES

3.    CORALS

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5. THE STATE BANK OF INDIA
6.  THE MAGNIFICENT TAJ MAHAL OF AGRA INDIA
7.  THE LATE INDRA GANDHI AND RAJ GANDHI

8. INDIAN INVOLVEMENT IN THE OLYMPIC  GAMES 

9.  INDIAN FAMOUS PAINTINGS

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11.  THE LATE MAHATMA GANDHI - YOUNG AND OLD ( THE FIRST PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA )

12.   SNAKES OF INDIA

13.    HIMALAYAN FLORA AND FAUNA

14.  FAMOUS WATERFALLS OF INDIA

15. SEVERAL MANGROVES REGIONS IN INDIA
16.  RELIGIOUS RELICS

17.  INDIAN DANCE ACADEMY

18.  CENTENARY OF MAN'S FIRST FLIGHT.

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20.  PAST AND PRESENT LETTER BOXES.

Thursday, 14 September 2017

New Malaysian Stamps / Miniature Sheet - Negaraku ( My Nation ) - 14 September 2017


STAMP CANCELLATION
50 CENTS STAMP

50 CENTS STAMP

60 CENTS STAMP
60 CENTS STAMP

A 3.00 RINGGIT MINIATURE SHEET

NEGARAKU - 14 SEPTEMBER 2017

NEGARAKU - A 3.00 RINGGIT MINIATURE SHEET FDC -14 SEPTEMBER 2017
NEGARAKU - A 6.00 RINGGIT MINIATURE SHEET FDC - 14 SEPTEMBER 2017

Sunday, 10 September 2017

New Malaysian Stamps - Yang di-Pertuan Agong ( Head Of Malaysian States ) - 09 / 09 / 2017

Malaysian is practicing the Constitutional Monarchy System. Nine of the states of Malaysia are constitutionally headed by traditional Malay rulers. The nine states are collectively referred to as the Malay States and limit eligibility for the throne to Malay muslim  royal descends.  The seven hereditary monarchies  are from Kedah, Kelantan, Johor, Perak, Pahang, Selangor and Terengganu. In Perak the throne is rotated among three branches of the royal families. Negeri Sembilan is an elected monarch by the four  hereditary chiefs. All rulers except those of Perlis and Negeri Sembilan used the title Sultan. The ruler of Perlis is called Raja while that of Negeri Sembilan is known as the Yang Dipertuan Besar. Every five years, the Conference of Rulers will gather to determine / elect among themselves who will be the next Yang di-Pertuan Agong ( Head of the Malaysian States ). The Head incumbent now is Tuanku Muhammad V of Kelantan State and will rule for five years until the next conference takes place.


 CANCELLATION

PAST AND PRESENT HEADS OF THE MALAYSIAN STATES.

Monday, 4 September 2017

New Malaysian Stamps And First Day Cover - 150 Years of Straits Settlements Stamps - 01 / 09 / 2017



STAMPS CANCELLATION

60 CENTS STAMPS

80 CENTS STAMPS

90 CENTS STAMPS

150 YEARS OF STRAITS SETTLEMENTS STAMPS - 01 / 09 / 2017

Monday, 21 August 2017

Malaysian New Stamps / First Day Cover - The 29th. South East Asian Games - 21 August 2017



STAMP CANCELLATION

 TIGER ( HARIMAU ) IS THE CHOSEN MASCOT FOR THIS YEAR SEA GAMES. A 60 CENT STAMP

THE MASCOT WITH A TORCH - A 60 CENTS STAMP

THE MASCOT STANDING PROUD - A 60 CENTS STAMP

THE MASCOT PARTICIPATING IN AN EVENT - A 60 CENTS STAMP.

FIRST DAY COVER OF THE 29TH. SOUTH EAST ASIAN GAMES - 21 AUGUST 2017.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Old And New Stamps Of India ( Asia )

Indian postal system for military and government departments had developed long before the arrival of the European powers to India. The East India Company displaced all other western powers and brought into existence  a British postal system all over India in 1837.  It then expended its operation into Burma, the Straits Settlements and other areas controlled by the East India Company.  The adhesive stamp in Asia was issued in India by Bartie Frere after his counterpart in Europe Sir Rowland Hill had released the first stamps decades earlier. After independence on 15 August 1947, India post embarked on a wider issuance of stamps depicting Indian flags, a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. The following year various definitive stamps were produced such as cultural heritage on Hindu, Buddhism, Muslim, Sikh and Jai temples, sculptures, monuments and fortresses. India also printed stamps for neighbouring countries such as Burma, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Portugal and Ethiopia.



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