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Sunday, September 25, 2005

World telugu conference stamp

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These following lines are inscribed on the stamp.

"desa bashalandu telugu lessa"
"endaro mahanubavulu andariki vandanamulu"
"pamchadarakanna panasathonalakanna ee telugu minna"

12 Comments:

Blogger v_tel001 said...

Wonderful !

September 25, 2005 10:23 PM

 
Blogger indrashyam said...

ChalaBavundi..

September 25, 2005 11:04 PM

 
Blogger kiran kumar Chava said...

Great one.

Do u have this with you?

Is it for sale ? :)

September 25, 2005 11:21 PM

 
Blogger anveshi said...

awesome.thanks for sharing with us.keep them coming.
jai telugu talli.

September 26, 2005 12:03 AM

 
Blogger .C said...

Well, I like the stamp, because this is released as a commomeration of the 30-year old event. However, breaking the words randomly to make them fit around the image of the sculpture is not something that I can appreciate really. :-( I mean, they could have them vertically oriented if they wanted the sculpture in the center, or they could have moved sculpture to a side. Don't know, but that's what I felt soon as I saw the stamp. But, I'm surely glad that a stamp is released at least 30 years after the WTC (no, not the 9/11 acronym).

September 26, 2005 12:41 AM

 
Blogger Raji said...

@chava
how much vl u pay me? ;)
@kiran @anveshi @indrashyam
thnx
@.c
minimising font is not good idea.....
horizontal lines with good formatting inc. the size....
vertical orientation is good if its typed...
being as it is highlights the telugu talli and neat....
but what u felt is sensible...

September 26, 2005 1:21 AM

 
Blogger kiran kumar Chava said...

Don't know how much I can pay for this one.

aap bataavO na!

September 26, 2005 2:35 AM

 
Blogger .C said...

>> highlights the telugu talli

No, bro, that's not telugu talli! It's one of those famous sculptures... probably not Ajantha or the like as it's probably from A.P. But, I am unable to place it right, though I saw it many a time engraved at various places. Can anyone tell where the image of the sculpture comes from?

September 26, 2005 10:58 AM

 
Blogger .C said...

Oops, I stand corrected, vTel! I saw your message in RB and now understand that this stamp was released in 1975 itself!

September 26, 2005 11:00 AM

 
Blogger శ్రీ హర్ష PVSS Sri Harsha said...

chaala manchi stamp. I liked it a lot and I concur that the words should not have been broken that way.

September 27, 2005 3:05 AM

 
Blogger kiran kumar Chava said...

Looks like u can earn good amount of money in future. (or ur gereration)

Just Kidding.

Anyhow you have a nice (very nice) collection of stamps and blogs.

September 27, 2005 9:01 PM

 
Blogger Chandrasekhar Vallabhaneni said...

Very Nice stamp. A rare one which we can keep for long time.
Thanks for posting it.

October 04, 2005 11:34 PM

 

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