Jay Prithvi Bahadur Singh

A commemorative postage stamp on Jaya Prithvi Bahadur Singh, first Nepali grammarian of the Nepalese Language (part of series : Litterateur of Nepal 1980) :

Jaya Prithvi Bahadur Singh (Gorkhapatra) : जयपृथ्वी बहादुर सिंह (गोरखापत्र)Issued by Nepal

Issued on 1st Baishakh 2037 corresponding to 13th April 1980

Designer : K. Karmacharya

Type : Stamp, Postal Used

Denomination : Rs. 2.30

Colour : Olive Green and Blue Grey

Size : 2.90 x 3.91 cms

Perforation : 13 x 13

Format : Horizontal

Paper : Unwatermarked adhesive paper

Quantity : 10,00,000

Sheet : 35

Process : Photogravure

Printer : India Security Press, Nasik Road, India

Name : Jaya Prithvi Bahadur Singh

Born on Aug 21, 1877 at Bajhang, Nepal

Died on Oct 15, 1940 at Bangalore, India

About : 

  • Jay Prithvi Bahadur Singh (1934-1997 V.S.) Jay Prithvi Bahadur Singh, first Nepali grammarian of the Nepalese Language and writer of Nepali prose, poetry and course books has made enormous efforts to provide education through the medium of Nepali language and to give a new direction in the field of Nepali Journalism by serving Gorkhapatra for 15 years. He was born in Bajhang, western Nepal and made a tour to many European countries for the propagation of humanitarian principles.

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