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॥ अति धर्मांध केरल के शिक्षामंत्री ॥

॥ अति धर्मांध केरल के शिक्षामंत्री ॥
केरल मे मुसलिमलिंग सत्ता स्थान पर है । उसके शिक्षा मंत्री अबदूरशब्ब एक सम्पूर्ण मुस्लिम मानसिकता वाला है । शिक्षामंत्री का प्रभार संभालते अपने सरकारी आवास ‘गंगा ‘ का नाम तत्काल बदल दिया , उर्दू भाषा का नाम रख दिया ।
यह कट्टरपंथी ने शिक्षा विभाग मे एक परिपत्र प्रसारित किया —————————–
(1) प्रत्येक पाठशाला मे मुस्लिम हरा रंग का लेखन फ़लक ( ब्लेकबोर्ड) ही रखे
(2) पाठशाला की ऊपरी छत का रंग भी हरा रखना
(3) प्रत्येक शिक्षिका भी हरे रंग के गणवेश मे शिक्षा दिया करे
(4) पाठशाला मे से हिन्दू प्रतीक जैसे – स्तम्भ , दीपक , वीणा , स्वास्तिक आदि का चिह्न तत्काल दूर करे।
+++++ यह है भारत की पाखंडी मिथ्या धर्मनिरपेक्षता ! ! , मीडिया को इस बात की जानकारी है तथापि आज पर्यंत एक ब्भी विरोध के स्वर नहीं सुनाये । ——————–pckawa

Yogendra Singh ये तो केरल के शिक्षा मंत्री हैं, नुरूल हसन पूरे भारत के शिक्षा मंत्री 10 वर्ष तक रहे, पूरे देश की शिक्षा का बंटाढार करने में उनका भी अच्छा खासा योगदान है।
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The Ram and Siya Ruppee

1. The Ram and Siya Ruppee:


Description: “Dated Amardad Ilahi year 50 (AH 1013/4 / AD 1604/5). “Ilahi 50 Amardad” in Persian in two lines surrounded by floral vine; all within linear and pelleted border / Lord Rama, crowned and in royal dress, standing right, holding arrow in right hand and bow in left, quiver over shoulder; behind, Siya (Sita), his consort, also standing right, holding a lotus in each hand; “Rama Siya” in Devanagari across upper field”. —Info from website might be wrong or right!Smile


2. Another Rama and Siya coin



3. Another Rama and Siya coin


Mughal Coins


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Rama Tank

So what I had with me was a coin or sometimes called temple token known as Rama Tanka. I started to like this name as well. It is Rama and Lakshmana on one side which I had mistook for Shiva and Parvathi looking at what looked like a Trishul. On the other side it is the Rama darbar. I had not at all noticed the Hanuman until I looked at the pictures. Stupid of me to have missed it.

Rama Tanka is supposed to be worshipped  in Hindu households to celebrate the legend of Rama and passed on to next generations. There are genuine ancient coins and modern reproductions. Mine looks like a modern reproduction, but I am not sure. I had never seen a Rama Tanka or heard about it before. When I searched for Rama Tanka I could find a very similar coin to that of mine. I am still clueless about the exact date when this was minted and I have no idea how to figure it out also. On the whole, Searching wildly without knowing what I had with me and discovering it as Rama Tanka was a liberating experience.

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India Ram Darbar Temple Ramatanka

Token: India Ram Darbar Temple Ramatanka

Token: India Ram Darbar Temple Ramatanka

We received an inquiry via e-mail about this unusual coin. Shailender sent us the photograph at the left, but no other information except that it is an ancient coin from India.

This page provides background for the coin and then a table of approximate values. Values vary widely with authenticity and metallic composition.

The coin is related to Hindu temples, i.e., it is a ‘Temple Token’, with various Western spellings such as Ram Tanka, or Ramatanka, or Ram Tonka. They were made as charms or tokens to carry around for good luck, and to catch blessings from the gods. They come with designs of Hindu gods and religious ceremonies being carried out in honor of them.

The Hindu gods on the token are Lord Rama, his wife Sita, and the monkey god Hanuman around a platform (dubar). The design comes from the great Hindu epic ‘Rama’s Journey’ (the Ramayana). The two figures on the other side of the token are Rama with his half-brother and inseparable companion, Lakshman.

In North India the legend is commonly in Hindi, written in the Devanagari script, and commonly reads ‘Rama Lachhamana Janaki’ or ‘Rama Lakshaman janaki’ on one side, and ‘Jai bala Hanamanaka’ or ‘Jai bolo Hanuman ki’ on the other side. Hanuman (‘Hanamanaka’) and Lakshmana are both deities within a number of Hindu traditions.

The image with a green background is a genuine, old ramtanka minted in bronze and washed in silver. Its date is 1740. The image comes from an intriguing page by mitresh which gives details of the symbolism of the central characters of Ramayana. CoinQuest thanks mitresh for use of his image. It is a nice example.

The legend is also sometimes found in Punjabi, written in the Gurumukhi script; in Bengali, written in the Bangla script; in Kannada, written in the Kannada script, or in Sanskrit, written in the Devanagari script.

Designs of additional ramtanka, not shown here, include the elephant god Ganesh sitting on a chair under an umbrella; Krishna and Radha standing on a flowerbed in front of a tree, one playing a flute; a four-armed Lakshmi sitting in lotus position on a lotus, with a wreath around; a standing four-armed Vishnu inside a decorated circle, halo around his head; the head of Kali sticking out her tongue; an eight-armed Kali standing on a fallen soldier; the monkey deity Bal Hanuman chasing the sun or carrying a mountain … and many more.

You can find modern reproductions of these coins at many places on the Internet (do a search on ‘ram darbar’ or ‘ram tanka’) and at a few coin dealers, for example, Joels Coins has modern reproductions on sale for a few US dollars. The modern coins show false dates, so it is difficult to know precisely when a particular coin was minted. Most coins were manufactured during the 20th century and intentionally made to look old.


At you can see an image of what appears to be a genuine Ram Tanka minted in brass or gold. Comparing the coin from Shailender (in our main image) with the coin from Sita Rama Swamy (with the blue background), you can see several differences. To the best of our knowledge, Sita Rama Swamy’s coin is a genuine ancient Ram Tanka, and Shailender’s coin is a modern reproduction.

If you are buying or selling one of these coins, it is up to you to determine if it is and old, genuine Temple Token or a modern reproduction. The values will be very different.

The table below gives our approximation of value in US dollars for the various forms of this interesting coin. The values in our table are very approximate and represent retail prices a coin collector might pay for a problem-free coin without scratches, stains, cleanings, or other damage. Not shown in the table is any sentimental or religious value, which can be substantial. These are prices a buyer would expect to pay. If you have a coin to sell to a dealer, he or she would pay wholesale price, which is significantly lower.

Modern Reproduction Genuine Ancient Coin
Copper/Brass/Bronze $5 $250
Silver $60 $420
Gold $800 $3000

CoinQuest thanks Sita Rama Swamy for use of their coin image (with the blue background). It is a nice coin with plenty of detail and eye appeal. Such coins are strongly desired by coin collectors. The coin with the red background is a gold Ram Tanka which has been harshly cleaned and polished. The harsh treatment makes the coin worthless to coin collectors, who do not buy cleaned coins. This coin is worth only its gold content.

Coin: 521 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: Shailender, Fri, 22-May-2009 03:35:43 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Mon, 24-Mar-2014 18:48:03 GMT
Updated by CoinQuest, appraisal ok, Fri, 25-Jul-2014 13:40:46 GMT
Requester description: see supplied picture
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I have some ramtankas with me and would like to know the approximate value of them. How can I send the images for your valuation? Or, is the chart mentioned on your page more or less the price. – Mohit
Hi Mohit — Ramtankas are very interesting pieces. We can only do free appraisals on the web site using our text-based forms. The chart gives very approximate price guidance. Appraisals on the web site are free because advertising revenue pays for our research time. To appraise coins outside the web site, we charge fees. You can use the Contact link (at top of home page) and send us images, but we cannot fully guarantee accuracy, even after you pay a fee. Appraising coins over the Internet is difficult because there are many variables. You will do better if you take your ramtankas to a knowledgeable collector or professional coin dealers. Professional dealers do not charge fees for in-person appraisals.CoinQuest (Paul)
I have also that coin what is the value of it . – Umesh thapa
Catalog values are summarized in the table near the bottom of the page.CoinQuest (Paul)
Value of this coin in international market – Aakriti Khandelwal
Catalog values are summarized in the table near the bottom of the page.CoinQuest (Paul)
i have a ramdarbar coin and want to know about that coin is it genuine or not please help me. – javesh
I do not know of a reliable method for determining authenticity of these coins.CoinQuest (Paul)
I have a very nice brass one from my grandfather. – Maria Martin
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Ramayana references

Ramayana references

Kishkindha Kanda Sarga 43 of Valmiki Ramayana collocates the Kambojas with the Shakas, Yavanas, Paradas and the Uttarakurus in the extreme northwest. The Yavanas are in (Bactria) and Kambojas in Tajikstan, the Paradas are on river Sailoda in Xinjiang province of China. The Uttarakurus lie beyond the Pamirs. The Shakas of the Ramayana obviously refer to the Shakas of Issyk-kul Lake lying beyond Suguda.[5] Adi-Kanda of the Ramayana,[6] tells us that the Kambojas, Shakas, Pahlavas and some other allied tribes from northwest were ‘created’ at the request of sage Vasishta by the Divine cow Shavala to defend Vasishta sage from the forces of king Vishwamitra (Dr B. C. Law). All theseRamayanic references seem to closely connect the Kambojas and the Shakas together.

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ram darbar coin – ramatanka

ram darbar coin – ramatanka (Antiques)

by pinchang, Nepal, Saturday, May 18, 2013, 06:13 PM (584 days ago)
edited by pinchang, Saturday, May 18, 2013, 06:15 PM

A coin is mixed metal, inside it is yellowish and utterly silver color. a side coded start with RAM LAXMAN JANAK JAWAL HANMANAK ended with +17(400)00+( all in Devanagari Language)at the same side it has Rama with Trisul and Laxman with bow. and the other side it look like a ceremony celebration encoding 5 persons and the Hanuman at the central bottom.

its diameter 1.2 inches, weight 11.11 grams. it is rare and antique and original item. and i noticed on my coin is 1 things is defer than other coins that is a HAND FAN which isn’t seen on other coins. And it is an antique item and has a historical symbol of satya yug of ramayan. And it belonging through generation to generation to me.

And i want to sale it. any pure buyer can contact me.i am not a business person, just wan to sale if i get good buyer.
my email :


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PK is produced by Samaa TV of Pakistan.

Dr. Subramanian Swamy added 2 new photos.

Do you know why PK is anti Hindu Movie and Mocks Hindu Gods & Hindu religion??
Because PK is produced by Samaa TV of Pakistan.

The only show as UTV.

Please see these 2 photos and check it yourself.

Dr. Subramanian Swamy's photo.
Dr. Subramanian Swamy's photo.