The cover displayed below immediately caught my attention. It was addressed to the renowned and esteemed figure, "Thakin Kodaw Hmaing," whose office was located at Doh Bamar Ashi Ayone, No 64, Shwe Taung Kyar, Rangoon. The sender of this registered letter was Ma Ma Gyi, residing at Aye Nyeing Thar Yar Chaung, Mingun Taungyoe, Sagaing District. The letter was dispatched on September 2, 1944.
The cover was adorned with twelve 5c stamps, totaling 60c, which covered both the registration fee of 30c and the postage cost of 30c. It is believed that the letter weighed approximately 30g.
|Thakin Kodaw Hmaing|
Thakin Kodaw Hmaing is widely recognized as one of the greatest Burmese poets, writers, and political leaders of the 20th century in Burma. His contributions extend beyond his literary genius, as he is often referred to as the Father of Burmese nationalist and peace movements. Even today, his profound influence on subsequent generations can be observed in both the realm of literature and the ongoing political landscape in Myanmar.