30 Dec.’86: Veer Surendra Sai (Revolutionary) First Day Cover (FDC-1986)


Veer Surendra Sai was born on January 23, 1809, in Khinda, near Sambalpur, in present-day Odisha. From an early age, he was influenced by the tales of valor and resistance against foreign rule. His life became synonymous with the fight for justice and liberation from British oppression. Sai led a prolonged guerrilla war against the British East India Company, focusing on the liberation of Sambalpur, a region that was annexed by the British. Sai’s rebellion was not just a fight for freedom but also a struggle to protect the rights and heritage of his people. Despite being imprisoned multiple times, he never wavered in his commitment to the cause. His relentless efforts inspired many to join the fight against the British, making him a significant figure in India’s independence movement. Do you wish to Buy this FDCIndian Stamps and Miniature Sheet ? If yes, visit our website philacy.com

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