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He is professional Chartered Accountant and working with India leading bank. He have been pursuing numismatics as a hobby since my childhood. Travelling enabled him to enhance his hobby and expand his interest to learn about the his country along with rest of the world. He have more than 200 Countries coins & currency notes and would like to call himself as Numismatics Enthusiast.
He is the founder member of Numismatics Academy. Which is for all ages 9 to 90 years to discover the world through currencies and coins and gain insight into Art – Culture- History – Geography – GK of our world heritage?
He have hobby from this childhood and when he need to travelled overseas he always want to know more about the country culture and their famous personalities. Subsequently he wrote a book Beyond Currencies – World’s Most Incredible Minds to summaries his experience. In that issue he has embarked upon a journey, which narrates the story of different scientist through their pictures imbibed on the currency of their native country. It’s a mark of respect shown these eminent Scientists & Mathematicians for their outstanding inventions from across the Globe, which has enormously contributed in revolutionizing the world today.
He is a numismatist with a strong interest in the history of India under European Influences as well as that of the Princely State of Hyderabad (Hyderabad State). He is an advanced researcher on the banknotes and coins of Hyderabad State. He also researches aspects of the coinage and paper currency of British India, French India, Indian Princely States, Indian currency used in Burma and India currency used in the Middle East. His name is on the IBNS (International Bank Note Society) panel of experts for Indian Princely States. Amarbir established the India Banknote Collectors’ Chapter under the IBNS and is also a Research Associate with the Deccan Heritage Trust. He contributed Numismatics community in way of writing numerous articles different newspapers & also contributed to books like ‘One Rupee – One Hundred Years 1917-2017’ & Cultural Contours of History and Archaeology.
Being a commerce student and a Marwari, his proximity to the monetary world has been very close. He was always curious about how humanity evolved from a simple barter to trillions of dollars of economy. One day, when he was 15, his uncle handed over to him some old Indian coins. The shape, denomination and feel of the coin intrigued him so much that the spirit of collection was invoked in him. Now 8 years later, even after collecting 1200+ banknotes and 2000+ coins, he still gets butterflies when he holds an antique banknote. It is like holding a piece of history. From a child asking foreign return relatives for leftover change to becoming a member of prominent numismatic societies and bidding in auctions, this hobby has definitely been the most cherished aspect of his youth and hopefully it only gets better.
Thanks to this hobby that the 15 years old child is still alive in him. He encourages everyone to pursue numismatics as a hobby or as a field of study.
HARI OM SINGHAL
He have 40 years rich experience with Indian nationalise Bank (PNB). He born and brought up in Agra. It is not being India tourist hub but also have important role in Indian Mugal & British history. From his childhood he listening the great stories and found it interesting. And after his graduate when he joined Indian nationalize bank his hobby resumed and he rearrange his all collection and start inspiring kids for this same. His expertise in British coins.
Tripti is a young and passionate Numismatist. As a child she started her journey with a casual interest in coins, keeping aside coins of the different shapes, sizes and denominations. Slowly, she got fascinated by the designs and images on the obverse and reverse sides and she started collecting the commemorative coins issued by Republic India. She also developed interest in collecting world currencies and rare Indian coins like annas, pies, temple tokens etc. She likes to explore and enjoys the way coins capture moments of history and time. Her dive into Numismatics has increased her curiosity to navigate through the world of coins, and share this interesting hobby with others.
She is a lifetime member of Delhi Coin Society and she has catalogued her collection at Numista.com wherein she also engages in swapping of coins with collectors worldwide. She had attended Royal Numismatic Society’s 5 day educational session where she learnt about inscriptions on coins and Brahmi script. She also collects stamps and miniature sheets and connects them to themes on coins.
She firmly believes that developing interest in Numismatics tends to span age barriers, giving collectors more exposure to other generations through a common interest
Nitin N Nagar
Nitin N Nagar, founder of Life An Opportunity www.lifeanopportunity.com introduced Fingerprints & Neural Interrelationship Analysis (FNIA) as a set of assessment systems developed by scientists and medical experts based on Genetics, Embryology, Cummins Methodology, Neuroscience and Pediatric Psychology through methods of observation, record, comparison and summarization in combination with clinical experience as well as Nitin N Nagar’s research work based on theory of Panch Tatva i.e. Jal, Agni, Vayu, Prithvi & Akash.
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Chander Shekhar Patney
Chander Shekhar Patney, Former Secretary, Delhi Coin Society(Regd), New Delhi and by Profession he is an Advocate / Trade Mark Attorney, he has been collecting coins and banknotes since his childhood. In the Field of Numismatics, he specialize on the Theme of “One Rupee Banknotes”. He has a huge collection of One Rupee Banknotes from 1916 to 2018 including First One Rupee Banknotes of India issued in 1917, 1935, 1940, Indian Banknotes Overprinted for use in Burma and Pakistan, Banknotes of French India, Portuguese India, State of Hyderabad, Persian Gulf Issue, German East Africa, Republic India One Rupee Banknotes from the year 1949 to 2018 including Star / Replacement Series Banknotes, Fancy Numbers, Errors etc. He has been awarded by India Star Book of Records, Geniuses World Records, The History & Political Society of Shri Ram College of Commerce, New Delhi