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Rainbow June 2009 Issue # 18 PDF

Rainbow June 2009 Issue # 18 PDF

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Shimla June 2009 Issue No. 18
Monthly e-Stamp Bulletin Edited by Jeevan Jyoti for free circulation among philatelists
Readers are requested to send reports of philatelic activities in their area for publication.Short write ups by the readers about their journals, societies, publications and philatelicrequirements can be sent for inclusion in this bulletin to
 
j.jyoti9@gmail.com orrainbowstamp2008@gmail.com and by post to Mrs. Jeevan Jyoti, c / o Mr. Ajay Srivastav, Director, Great Himalayan National Park, Shamshi,Distt. Kullu. PIN 175126. (H.P.) India
 
Note- This bulletin is only for circulation among a limited group of philatelists without anycommercial purpose. The bulletin will be sent to the readers only on request. Those who wishto receive it regularly please reply giving the name of your city /country with the subjectSUBSCRIBE RAINBOW
 
 Dear Readers,
This is 18th issue of Rainbow Stamp News. I am pleased to write that Rainbow Stamp News got aSilver Bronze medal in Hong Kong 2009 which recently concluded on May 17, 2009. My specialthanks to all my readers, distinguished philatelists, friends and of course some veteran philatelistswho sent their messages of congratulations! I want to express my gratitude to Mr. Dhananjay Desai,National Commissioner, Hong Kong 2009 who recommended this newsletter to the organizingcommittee despite the fact that there is no provision for e-newsletter in literature class in the presentrules of exhibition because it is new concept and different from printed newsletters. In my opinion,with the change of time, modifications should be made in the rules and regulations of the exhibitionsand they need to be amended with the time. As the life has become fast and people are switchingover to new technology and internet has become the easiest and fastest means of communication.My sincere thanks to the contributors who have been writing regularly for the newsletter and with theirinvaluable contribution, Rainbow Stamp News has become popular in such a short period of time. Ithas completed only 18 months since its first issue was launched in January 2008. I received lot ofmessages of congratulations from my readers whom I sincerely thank all of them The credit of thisaward goes to all of you who have made its contents with many colors of stamp collecting which Iterm as ‘Rainbow Philately’. I wish to express my gratitude to Mr. Yogesh Kumar, Dr. SatyendraKumar Agarwal, Mr. Shrikant Parikh, Mr. Naresh Agarwal , Dr Avinash Jagtap , Mr. Prashant Pandya,Mr. B.K. Sinha, Mr. Hemant Kumar Jain and Mr. Pradip Jain who have been closely associated withRainbow Stamp News and have given their regular contribution in it.It was a great pleasure to receive a phone call from Mr. Madhukar Jhingan to congratulate me forwinning award in HONG KONG 2009 In fact he is the first person to send his best wishes for my veryfirst issue of Rainbow Stamp News when I knew very few persons in the field of philately. So his bestwishes means a lot to me and his newsletter and writings have given me a way to proceed inphilatelic journalism…Before I conclude this I immensely remember late Mr. Nishith Kar of Nadia(West Bengal ) and late Shri B.J. Kumar Editor, U - Phil Times, published by United Philatelists,Kanpur who introduced me in the field of philately since I was studying in school and of course ShriDipok Dey who always inspired me to write on philately and I never imagined that some day I wouldbe editing a newsletter and it would ever win an International award . I still remember my meeting withShri Dipok Dey in Calcutta about five years ago, besides lot of discussion with him he just insisted meto write..… but at that time I could not think how to start a regular newsletter because we areconstantly moving all over India from one place to another due to transferable job. But at last the ideastriked me to bring out e - newsletter that can be released from anywhere in the world … The ideaclicked and it was successful and now it is before you.. So I dedicate my award to these greatpersons who introduced me in this field… I hope in the coming years I shall be able to improve thisnewsletter and make it more interesting for you ….This is all for this month…..Till NextMonth…..Happy Collecting !
….Jeevan Jyoti
 
 
See clear images of this issue at the BlogContents
Recent Indian IssuesIn The NewsBeginners’ SectionSpecialized SectionNew Issues from Other CountriesThe Lighter SideBlogs & Websites on PhilatelyPromotional SectionCurrent Philatelic Magazines – NewslettersEditor’s Mail Box
Recent Indian Issues
6 March 2009 Pterospermum acerifolium – Rs 512 March 2009 Krantiveer Shahid Baburao Puleshwar Shedmake – Rs 513 March 2009 Dr Krishna Kumar Birla – Rs. 529 April 2009 Spices of India - (Rs 5 x 4 + Rs 20) + M/s Rs 4030 April 2009 R. Sankar – Rs 511 May 2009 – 3 New issues in Definitive series12 May 2009 Lifeline Express – Rs 528 May 2009 Madras Regiment – Rs 5
Special Cover – Postmark
20 April 2009 Trichy, 150 Years of Railways in South India,24 April 2009 Mumbai, Golden Jubilee of Indo American Society
New Postal StationeryMeghdoot Cards
Consumer Awareness, 7 designs, Manipuri,Assamese.Oriya, Kannada, PunjabiGround Water, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, PunjabiVasanth TV, TamilWild Life, GujaratiUNICEF Women Empowerment, HindiConsumer Awareness, 7 designs in Marathi & 7 designs in Telugu

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