65 'stamps' of Jayalalithaa's rare photos

Published: 10th June 2013 07:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th June 2013 08:34 AM   |  A+A-

A government school drawing teacher has created 65 stamps with rare photographs of Chief Minister Jayalalithaa to commemorate her 65th birthday.

Solomon, a part-time teacher at the government girls higher secondary school, in Devanampalayam, Arachalur, previously served in the TNCSC godown.

Under the scheme of posting of part-time arts teachers, he had got the job as a drawing teacher at the school.

Among his works are a micro fish pond, writing Thirukkurals on rice, writing the entire one-page advertisement of the AIADMK’s achievements on an inland letter, among others.

He had collected rare photographs of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa taken since her childhood and created 65 stamps to commemorate her 65th birthday which falls on February 24.

“The stamps were created with photos of the Chief Minister from her childhood days to the present day,” he said.

He added, “A photograph of the Chief Minister with her mother was also among those used. The 65 stamps were sent to the Chief Minister,” he added.


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