14 September 2014

Hindi Day


Hindi Diwas

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14 September - Hindi Day

September 14th, is celebrated as Hindi Day because on this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India had adopted Hindi written in Devnagari script as the Official Language of the Union. Hindi Diwas is celebrated all through the India to show the importance of Hindi language in the country. The Hindi language in India has a long history, and it is the language spoken as a mother tongue by around 258 million people, and known as the 5th largest language of the world.


Club News


Recent issue of TAPS Journal (Chief Editor – Col Jayanta Dutta email : doctorjayanta2009@gmail.com  )  features articles on revenue stamps and disinfected Mail with other other interesting information about stamps. There is an Informative article “ Bank Notes and Stamps Know your Paper” for Stamp and Bank Note collectors.


From our Readers …

Mr Ashok Tiwari philatelist from Jamshedpur recently  displayed his exhibit of Himalayan Expedition in Poland. It was displayed as slide show .





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