– Photo: Amar Ujala
Ancient coins and paper banknotes from all over the world can be bought and sold at Amritpecs in Pragati Maidan. More than 500 coins are available, such as Sau, the old mint of Montreal created in 1838, Anna of Oman created in 1898. Joseph of Kochi has come to the ongoing stamp exhibition at Pragati Maidan with coins and currency. He also has gold and silver coins from different dynasties of the country.
In addition to the exhibition of stamps in hall five of Pragati Maidan, the second birthday of Louis Braille, who gave the blind the ability to read and write, is also celebrated. The special sensory zone features an exhibition of Braille letters. Apart from this, the highlights of the Unsung Heroes of Independence and Har Ghar Tiranga Abhiyan can also be seen here. There is a separate display tab for this. Here the complete information of the revolutionary of every district of the country can be searched. This information is available in Hindi and English.
collect coins and thousands of bills
Joseph has about 500 coins, such as the old Montreal coin, one Sau made in 1838, Oman’s four anna made in 1898, US 5 cent made in 1909, 20 lepta of Greece made in 1895, 10 centimes of Spain made in 1870. Joseph told that he has been collecting these coins since childhood.
Stamps issued on women’s power
On Sunday, the second day of Amrutpex, India Post released stamps depicting Nari Shakti and the bride’s costumes. Panel discussion on various topics and a skit based on Post Office was performed by NSD performers. Renowned artist of Indian classical music Sujaat Hussain Khan played sitar in the evening. There will be a Kavi Sammelan here on February 13th. Poets and poets like Padma Shri Dr. Ashok Chakradhar, Kunwar Ranjit Singh Chauhan, Khushbir Singh Saad and Madan Mohan Danish will be included in this. After this, Piyush Mishra will perform with his band Ballimaaran.