Rabindranath Tagore and The Post Office -
A Philatelic Tribute
Here is a new beautiful book “ Rabindranath Tagore and The Post Office - A Philatelic Tribute “ edited by noted artist and philatelist Shri Dipok Dey. The book has been published by Rammohun Library and Free Reading Room, Kolkata. Rabindranath Tagore was the first Asian to win Nobel Prize in Literature. He has been honoured by various countries on postage stamps. This book gives details with colorful illustrations of all the stamps along with First Day Covers, Postmarks, Souvenir sheets, Miniature sheets, special covers, special postmarks, Booklets, Maximum Cards, Picture Post cards , catch Covers etc. The cover design and layout of the book by Shri Babul Dey is excellent. It is a complete book of philatelic items issued on Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. This book will be liked by all Tagore lovers as well philatelists.
The first chapter gives “Rabindranath Tagore : A Chronicle : 1861 – 1941 “
The next chapters give details of stamps issued by different countries in alphabetical order. With the details of stamps other description about Tagore’s visit or his special association with the country is also given .
After the chapters of stamps, details of covers, postcards, booklets and Picture Postcards are given. The book is hard bound and the quality of paper and printing is very fine. This nice book will add colors to the collection of philatelists and general readers would highly appreciate this book.
The other details of the book are given below :
Rabindranath Tagore and The Post Office - A Philatelic Tribute Edited by Dipok Dey - Hardbound - Pages 64 - Price Rs 575. - Published by Rammohun Library and Free Reading Room, 267 Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road, Kolkata – 700009. email : email@example.com
Dipok Dey is a renowned artist and philatelist of Kolkata. He has designed several Indian stamps, special covers and greeting cards issued by India Post. He has written several philatelic articles and edited philatelic books. He is the first Indian to design UN Stamp in 1985. His specialized exhibit on Cinema and printing Technology has been exhibited in many National and International Philatelic Exhibitions.