Varsha, India
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About Varsha...

Dear Postcrossing Friends all over the World,

I am Varsha Babu from Pungampatti a tiny village of southernmost part of India.

I am operating this account with the guidance of my father.

Postcard wish list: -

✿ Extra large size cards
✿ Animals/ Birds
✿ Beach/ Light House
✿ Water falls
✿ Island/ Forest/ Mountain
✿ Rain
✿ Lake/ River
✿Fire Engine & Fire Stations
✿ Birthday cards during November

♥ I have published a book titled ‘Deltiology by An Air Veteran’s Daughter’ and it was released through my school on 10 Feb 2017. Details of the book are here under: -

Deltiology by An Air Veteran’s Daughter is probably the first ever book on Deltiology from India.

B. Varsha (Principal character of this story) is daughter of Air Veteran K. Babu. She hails from Pungampatti a tiny village of southern most part of India. When she was just 1st standard (Grade) student she received her first postcard from his father when he had been to Singapore for employment. Her father stationed at Borneo Island and continues to receive postcards until her father relocate to Democratic Republic of Congo. Since there was no proper Postal Network at DR Congo Varsha’s father unable to send Postcards to Varsha. The question by Varsha to his father for the missing postcards is the rest of the story.

It is heartening to inform all that my book is available at Vincent Graves Greene Philatelic Research Foundation library Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Postcrossers nearby that library are requested to read my book and give feedback. My sincere thanks to the Librarian Willow for her support/assistance to reach my book to that prestigious library.

Postcrosser interested in buying the book please send a message.

Postcrosser wish to send Postcard in envelope may enclose pocket calendars, labels, tea tag, bookmark, and train tickets along with the postcard.

My hobbies: - Swimming, coin/currency/Banknotes collection, Cooking games and Playing UNO card with my brothers, sisters and neighbors.

Postcrosser wish to exchange postcards privately are welcome and Postcrossers who wish to exchange postcards with Banknotes/Coins/Currencies are MOST WELCOME……

Postcrossers wish to send banknote/coin are requested to ensure that the envelope contains banknote/coin is not transparent, sealed properly (with cellophane tape) to avoid tamper or missing in the transit.

I too have inspired by a quote of postcrossing user YU from Taiwan as aoihana by United States of America. "Every sender is my teacher; every postcard is my window to the world. Enjoy Postcrossing; enjoy life."

One more my inspired quote: - Every single postcard brings me love, from different corner of the world. The little piece of paper has its temperature, just right enough to make people feel warm. By sending a postcard to someone, we send out care and love. While the postcards are being exchanged, the love is spread out...”

With lots of LOVE from India,
B. Varsha
28 Sep 2019

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