- These stamps collection is to commemorate the famous poets and singer.
- Incorporates motifs inspired by artistic styles prevalent during their time.
- The stamp serves as a spiritual insights and his enduring influence on the spiritual and cultural fabric of India.
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2AS Mira Postage Stamp (15-16th century): The 2AS Mira Postage Stamp pays homage to the influential poet-saint Mira Bai, who lived during the 15th and 16th centuries. Mira Bai was known for her devotion to Lord Krishna and her beautiful compositions of bhajans (devotional songs) that expressed her deep spiritual connection. The stamp features a portrait of Mira Bai in traditional attire, radiating a sense of serene devotion. The intricate design showcases elements of the era in which she lived, including motifs inspired by Rajput and Mughal art. Mira Bai’s stamp serves as a tribute to her significant contributions to devotional literature and her enduring legacy as a symbol of unwavering devotion.
4AS Surdas Postage Stamp (1479-1586): The 4AS Surdas Postage Stamp commemorates the renowned poet and musician Surdas, who lived from 1479 to 1586. Surdas is celebrated for his exquisite poetry, especially his compositions dedicated to Lord Krishna, which are considered masterpieces of devotional literature. The stamp showcases a captivating portrait of Surdas, capturing his profound expression and creative spirit. The design incorporates motifs inspired by the artistic styles prevalent during his time, reflecting the cultural richness of the era. The stamp serves as a tribute to Surdas’s immense contributions to the Bhakti movement and his enduring influence on Indian poetry and music.
1A Tulsidas Postage Stamp (1533-1624): The 1A Tulsidas Postage Stamp commemorates the legendary poet and saint Tulsidas, who lived from 1533 to 1624. Tulsidas is widely regarded as one of the greatest exponents of devotion to Lord Rama and is best known for his magnum opus, the epic poem Ramcharitmanas. The stamp showcases a dignified portrait of Tulsidas, capturing his spiritual aura and literary genius. The design incorporates elements inspired by the architectural motifs of ancient temples, symbolizing Tulsidas’s deep connection to Hindu mythology. The stamp pays tribute to Tulsidas’s significant contributions to devotional literature and his profound impact on Indian cultural and religious traditions.
4.5AS Ghalib Postage Stamp (1797-1869): The 4.5AS Ghalib Postage Stamp commemorates the iconic Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib, who lived from 1797 to 1869. Ghalib is considered one of the most influential figures in Urdu literature and is renowned for his profound and introspective poetry. The stamp features a striking portrait of Ghalib, capturing his contemplative gaze and poetic disposition. The design incorporates motifs inspired by the rich artistic heritage of the Mughal era, reflecting Ghalib’s association with the cultural milieu of his time. The stamp serves as a tribute to Ghalib’s poetic brilliance and his lasting impact on the development of Urdu poetry.
12AS Rabindranath Postage Stamp (1861-1941): The 12AS Rabindranath Postage Stamp honors the eminent poet, philosopher, and polymath Rabindranath Tagore, who lived from 1861 to 1941. Tagore was the first non-European to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature and is celebrated as one of India’s most influential cultural figures. The stamp showcases a captivating portrait of Tagore, capturing his intellectual depth and visionary spirit. The design incorporates elements inspired by the natural world and the arts, symbolizing Tagore’s profound connection to nature and his multifaceted artistic contributions. The stamp pays tribute to Tagore’s literary genius, his role in India’s cultural renaissance, and his enduring global legacy.
9PS Kabir Postage Stamp (15th century): The 9PS Kabir Postage Stamp commemorates the iconic mystic poet and philosopher, Kabir, who lived during the 15th century. Kabir is revered as a spiritual luminary and his poetry continues to inspire people across generations. The stamp features a captivating portrait of Kabir, capturing his contemplative expression and profound wisdom. The design incorporates motifs inspired by the simplicity and spirituality that Kabir espoused in his teachings, reflecting his emphasis on the unity of all religions and the pursuit of divine truth. The stamp serves as a tribute to Kabir’s profound spiritual insights and his enduring influence on the spiritual and cultural fabric of India.