Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was born on  23rd Jan, 1897 in well-to-do family in Cuttack . He was Brilliant in academic in studies both in India & England. He joined Mahatma Gandhi   who had Launched the historic non- violent campaign known as the No0n-Cooperation Movement, for freeing the country of British rule. This meeting proved to be a turning point in the life of Subhas Chandra Bose.

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From  then on Subhas Chandra Bose rose steadily in the galaxy of the nation”s leaders.  Twice he became the President of the  Indian National Congress, 1938 and 1939.  His un compromising attitude imperialism and his open opposition to India”s participation in  British  war efforts let to his arrest by the British Authorities after the out break of the 2nd World War.

His epoch of a gallant life dedicated to he country’s freedom has endeared him to he nation as “NetaJi”  and enshrined him to the hearts of millions of his country men. 

 

The posts and  Telegraph Department deem it a privilege to issue two special stamps to offer their tribute to Netaji on his 67th birthday, when the entire nation joins him paying homage to the great leader.

 

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Date of issue                      :  23.01.1964

Denomination                    :  0.15 ps & 0.55 ps

Overall Size                         :  3.91 x 2.90 cms

Printing Size                        :  3.63 x 2.62 cms

No: per Issue Sheet           :  35

Colour                                  :  15 np – Gold green,  55 np – Blue black & crimson 

Perforation                         :  13

Printing process                :  Photogravure

No: printed                        :  2 million

Designed and Printed at  : India Security Press

Water Mark                        : All over multiple ‘Lion Capital of Asoka’

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