Konkan Railway. This stamp juxtaposed with the railway centenary stamp on the left speaks volumes about how much Indian Railways has evolved over the years. But we still lag behind countries like Japan, France, Korea, Germany etc and even China in terms of railway technology. Major catching up still to be done !!! ...
...I hope we can catch up and I will
replace this illusory stamp with a genuine one someday!!!
4x4x4 Rubik's Revenge Cube
3x3x3 Rubik's Standard Cube
My cube collection (Eastsheen & Famwealth make)
5x5x5 Professor's Cube
2x2x2 Pocket Cube
World's Top selling puzzle by Hungarian Prof. Erno Rubik on Hungarian stamp.
There are approximately forty-three quintillion (thats 43 followed by 18 zeros) permutations possible by turning a 3x3x3 Rubiks Cube. If every permutation of a 57-millimeter Rubik's Cube were lined up end to end, it would stretch out approximately 261 light years. Thats as far as Spica in the constellation Virgo. :) What about higher order cubes?
And the Grand Finale...
Railway Centenary stamp (2 Annas)
issued in 1953. This is among my favourite stamps from my own collection.
Raphael. His portrait and
work "School of Athens" appeared on 500000 Italian Lira (250 Euros)
Michelangelo on FDC and scenes from "Creation of Adam" from the Sistine Chapel ceiling on stamp
Rabindranath Tagore on Russian stamp
Chandragupta Maurya (ca 340 – 298 BC)
fragrance of flowers spreads only in the direction of the wind. But the
goodness of a person spreads in all directions
~ Chanakya (c.350 - c.275 BC)