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Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Nawalgarh havelis in Rajasthan

Ravi Somani at  Nawalgarh  havelis in Rajasthan


Ravi somani interview on E commerce

Ravi Somani explains how the online shopping helps a businesman to save his time.
Ravi Somani About Us For Coins Collection, Paper Money Collection, Autograph Collection .
Ravi Somani comes from a business group SOMANI which has business interest in Exports, Medical Care, Automobile Spares, Budget Hotel and Trading of Timber and Plywood.

Monday, 29 December 2014

Overcome Fear and Get what you want - Ravi Somani

George Addair on Getting Everything You Want
“Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.” ~George Addair
Imagine there’s a door marked Fear and behind that door is all of the things you’ve wished for all of your life. You try to open the door and it’s locked. The key is overcoming that fear so that you can have the things you want and be the person you’ve always wanted to be. Fear is a tricky demon to exorcise. It’s different for each of us, and isn’t always a very strong feeling. It is sometimes a low-level vibration, that slight underlying feeling of dread that bubbles up when thinking of doing something new or venturing into the unknown.

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Delhi Businessman Ravi Somani is looking to expand his business of Packaged Food items and Spices in Mumbai area

Delhi Businessman Ravi Somani is looking to expand his business of Packaged Food items and Spices in Mumbai area

So Delhi Businessman Ravi Somani is looking to make a good selling network in Mumbai by appointing C&F agent and Distributor for his new packaged food and spices products


Tuesday, 23 December 2014

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Ravi somani – at Ram Kumar Somani Girls Sr Secondary school in his Native Village

Islampur – Distt Jhunjhunu – Rajasthan


Tuesday, 16 December 2014

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#Ravisomani – at Ram Kumar Somani Girls Sr Secondary school in his Native Village
Islampur – Distt Jhunjhunu – Rajasthan
This school is built by Family if Ravi Somani for benefit of Girls of his native village

There is no Sr Secondary school in this village and nearby village Islampur




Monday, 15 December 2014

Ravi Somani met his school mates after 40 years in C place.

Ravi Somani met his school mates after 40 years in C place.

Ravi somani passed out 11th Class ( Higher Secondary ) in year 1973 from Navshakti Vidya Mandir School, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi. After leaving the school there was hardly any connection with his schoolmates.


Through Facebook and internet Ravi Somani connected with some of his school mates and batchmates and first meeting was arranged in C place. Ravi Somani is working on to make an Alumni of Navshakti school and have a big get together on next Navshakti School day on 13th April 2015.

Friday, 5 December 2014

power of hope from ravi somani

Once you choose hope, anything’s possible.” ~Christopher Reeve

The opposite of this quote is also true, once you give up hope or choose hopelessness, nothing’s possible. Hope is the feeling that things will somehow get better, that they will somehow work out. You don’t even have to know how it will happen, but it’s the believe or even the wish that it will. That’s why it’s never a good idea to give up hope because you just don’t know how things will pan out. When going about your day it’s better to feel hopeful about the things you’re working on, or the task at hand. If you have hope, it’s quite possible that it can all turn out for the best.

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Thursday, 4 December 2014

Happy Indian Navy Day !- By Ravi Somani

On the occasion of Navy Day 2014, I extend my greetings and felicitations to all members of the #Indian Navy and their families: RaviSomani




Friday, 28 November 2014

make each day materpiece By Ravi Somani

“Make each day your masterpiece.” ~John Wooden 

It’s easy to lose sight of the importance of each day, because we seem to have so many of them. But it’s been said that a single day serves as a microcosm of your life, so be sure to spend your days in away that embodies the way you want to live your life. At the end of it all your life will boil down to the accumulation of all of your days, and will serve as your masterpiece, so be sure to spend time each day chiseling the great sculpture that is your life. Treat each day the same, don’t write off days as being “bad, they still count towards the total work of art.

Friday, 21 November 2014

Ravi Somani Tips- Stamps as Long – Term investment tools.

Ravi Somani developing business in  Africa ,Ravi Somni Delhi
Ravi Somani Business Developing in Africa .Ravi Somani with a members of NGO of Kirbi CameroonRavi Somani with Business delegation of Cameroon & Ivory Coast.

http://www.rsomani.in

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Ravi Somani salutes Indra Gandhi ji on her birthday.

#Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi was the third Prime Minister of India and a central figure of the Indian National Congress party. Gandhi, who served from 1966 to 1977 and then again from 1980 until her assassination in 1984, is the second-longest-serving Prime Minister of India and the only woman to hold the office. Ravi Somani salutes Indra Gandhi ji on her birthday.



Monday, 17 November 2014

Ravi Somani Delhi , Ravi Somani Coins Collector India

Ravi Somani salute the great Indian freedom fighter, social reformer, humanitarian, politician, author and lawyer- #LalaLajpatRai on his death anniversary.



Friday, 14 November 2014

Happy Children's Day

Autograph also refers to a famous person's artistic signature. Here is the unique collection of Jawaharlal Nehru’s autograph from #Ravi Somani’s Autograph Archive
http://www.rsomani.in


Thursday, 13 November 2014

Ravi Somani Indian Coins Collection

I am a serious coin collector and I only collect the Indian Coin from year 1835 onwards which is the period when uniform coinage was introduced in India by British Empire. - Ravi Somani

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

The National Education Day- Ravi Somani

The National Education Day has been celebrated in India since the year 2008. It is celebrated to commemorate the anniversary  of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first education minister of INDIA.

Saturday, 8 November 2014

Friday, 7 November 2014

Ravi Somani Wish u Happy Birthday Dr. C. V Raman

One of the most prominent Indian scientists in history, C.V. Raman was the first Indian person to win the Nobel Prize in science for his illustrious 1930. ON his Birthday Ravi Somani paid rich tribute to Dr. C V Raman.


Monday, 3 November 2014

Ravi Somani , Colourful Stamps Collection, Ravi Somani Business in Delhi

Since his childhood Ravi Somani has been enthralled by the collection of coins, stamps and autographs. Acquiring the collection of 1854 and onwards, he has been able to manage a rich collection. Mr. Ravi Somani is otherwise a Delhi based businessman and has reached heights in each field he has reached. Be it being a successful philographist and a numismatist or owning his personal business named as Utsav Exim.
Thus Ravi Somani is a colourful man with varied interests.  Spending his precious time in his hobby, he studies the rare stamps and autographs as an alternative investment plans. He has different websites displaying his extravagant interests in these studies. He is a professional and is all set in motion to volunteer in order to help the upcoming collectors to become a part of the collectors’ community. He guides in order to wider our scope and to become a professional like him. He provides the folk with enormous articles on his website which could be an answer for the questions of many new folks. He has been invited for interviews by the leading newspapers and channels about his journey so far and his experience interacting with the enthusiasts.
One must seek his websites to view his thick collection, his rare and precious compilation. He provides the steps one must follow in order to attain perfection in the field. The different ways, strategy through which one might the hurdles in his voyage, aiming to become a pedant.
The autographs as we know are the signatures of the famous people. Politicians, sportsmen, TV celebrities, scientists etc. The art of collecting them is really tough.
The stamps and the coins, where to get them from, how to avoid the fraud dealers, how to attain perfection.
And definitely the last question which bothers us all the time, will it be profitable? These queries continuously usually pop in our minds further complicating the situation hence making it worse.

Thus in order to maintain a proper climb onto the new business you are stepping into, you must be able to satisfy yourself of any query which haunts you.
http://www.ravisomani.com

Thursday, 30 October 2014

Ravi Somani, Ravi Somani Business Meeting in Cameroon

Ravi Somani – recently travelled to Cameroon for 9 day trip and met the President of Chamber of Commerce of Cameroon and understood the potential of developing business in Cameroon with Indian Technology and Machines. Company Utsav Exim Limited is already executing Cassava Starch project in city of Sangmelima in Cameroon and there is proposal to install 2 more similar projects in Cameroon with technology and machines supplied by Ravi Somani’s company Utsav Exim Limited. The President of Chamber of commerce was very much glad to understand the technical capabilities of Utsav Exim Limited and assured his full support to utilize the expertise of Ravi Somani’s company Utsav Exim Limited in developing job opportunities for Cameroon youth by setting up smaller industries in the smaller towns and villages of Cameroon. MrRavi Somani also visited City of Douala which is port city of Cameroon and Yaounde which is the Capital of Cameroun apart from visiting Sangmelima to see the project status under finalization. Ravi Somani is sure that in near future Utsav Exim Limited will get more business contracts in Cameroon and nearby countries.

 
Ravi Somani

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Ravi Somani, Autograph Collection, Ravi Somani Delhi

An autograph is a written word transcribed in the handwriting of its creator. That piece of word if sourced from a famous person is termed to be as an autograph. And this forms the practice of collecting the artistic signatures of the famous people. Be it politician, sportsmen or any other celebrity.
An autograph is able to identify the And this practice of collecting autographs is known to be as philography. And the person, who practices it, is called as a philographist.
In India, autograph collection seem to be as an upcoming hobby but in abroad, since the people are wide minded and very practical, they see this hobby as a great way of fun and also possess them to invest them in future.
It is an amazing thing to know that in a play way manner, where children get into the habit of the collection, they are actually investing in their future.
Ravi somani, a philographist and a numismatist, is a keen collector and a successful businessman. He, through his websites want to encourage the new collectors to carry out this hobby which later turns into a profitable business.
The new folks into this field always prefer e-mails to get the respective autographs.  He may or may not get a reply. But sometimes there are many people who wait outside the premiere shows in the hope to get an autograph. They are actually the professional autograph collectors who make their profit by selling them to earn their bread. You may get a rare autograph if you get involved in the club or join a page online of the autograph collectors. You can get your rare autograph exchanged with another friend/collector and hence you enhance your collection. The more you read about it, join clubs and take varied interests, the more you will grow into this business.

Mr. Ravi Somani has been through the thick and thins of this business and has turned out to be a gold digger out of his own hard work. He extends his help for the needful as he may provide every minor help one may need to develop himself into a philographist. 

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Ravi Somani Coins Collection, Paper Money Collection, Stamp, Autograph Collection

It is time to change our belief, to get practical since our childhood. Western world train their children since beginning in order to develop their interest in different fields so that the challenges of the material world does not mar their overall development. They follow the play way method in which the casual approach via games/contests/counselling are used to give the child a chance to explore their field of interest. The result is they come out confident completing their schooling ready to act next for accomplishing their dreams. The boldness and that confidence is due to the training instilled in them since beginning of their education. They reveal themselves like the shining stars out in the field ready to face any challenge, come what may.
The Indian folks though have turned ultra modern, need to westernize their education system as well. A big reformation is the need of the hour considering the scarce future of the Indian children. Scarce is used keeping in view the backward or the old standard of education system where the practical knowledge is yet to get advance. An engineer/medical or may be some other student after years of hard work to get into the engineering /medical or some other college, come out looking forward for a handsome salary package when suddenly he is shocked as he stands deserted, until and unless he gets a job experience.
And the irony of all the hard work all through these years is that at the end of the day he stands nowhere. He has to begin his voyage once again after the tough journey he has just completed which fruits into none.

Ravi Somani Coins Collection, Paper Money Collection, Stamp, Autograph Collection

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Ravi Somani

#RaviSomani Autograph Collection
Sir Don Bradman with Sunil Gavaskar
King Edward VII
Michael Shumacher


Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Ravi Somani Best Wishes For Indian Air Force

On #AirForceDay, I salute our air force warriors . They are our pride & their bravery, commitment & dedication continues to inspire.

Thursday, 25 September 2014

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Paper Money Collection Tips By Ravi Somani

Indian 500 Rupee Note with Special Number. One of the rare Note from the amazing collection of #RaviSomani.
http://www.ravisomani.com


Monday, 15 September 2014

Autograph Collection By Ravi Somani

Autograph Collection By Ravi Somani  For many people, collecting autographs is a stimulating and absorbing pastime. Others find an autograph a way to learn more about the people but for Ravi Somani it’s a vital part of life.

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Paper Money Collection Tips By Ravi Somani

Bank notes or paper notes are made using paper. One must hold the notes with clean hands, to prevent transfer of oil or any dirt onto the paper. Food and beverages must be kept away to avoid spilling on the valuable bank notes. As the expected life of paper money is proportional to the careful handling of the paper money.

To invest in old coins and bank notes is much better to invest in gold which is unreachable to most of the people these days.
Gold can be still found in the goldmines but on the other hand, these old currencies are no more to be found as they are issued in a limited quantity. The scarcity of these numismatic collectibles leads to ascend the price of these coins and notes. Collecting old coins and notes have become today a unique and an interesting plus profiteering hobby. People are always in search of new leisure pursuits. This hobby gives you pleasure and earnings. So what’s better than this?

About the author- Kritika Khurana is a well- liked blog and article writer on old coins, paper notes and currencies. Her blogs are read and considered to gain more valuable information. To know more visit-   http://www.ravisomani.com/


Friday, 5 September 2014

Ravi Somani Coins Collection & Paper Money

The name, Ravi Somani mounts higher because of his contribution in the field of Numismatics. He is a Delhi based businessman and a very popular Numismatist. As an intending guide to his fellowmen, he lays out certain things to be kept in mind for the collectors. Ravi Somani, coins collection and paper money collection is massive and exclusive. According to him, initially, a prospective collector must know that which coins are wise to be purchased or collected and what earnings or shortfall are expected in his venture. He must be aware as to where he could collect the coins from.

The collector must be conscious of the market value of the coin for the purpose of investment. The supply and demand of the coins depend upon the availability of the coins, in the market. More the coins, less will be the price incurred and rare coins fetch more money. On the other hand the interested collectors, who want to own the coins, also affect the market price of the coins.

Apart from the investment, one feels the ecstasy of collecting the coins which were used by the ancients - may be the kings or the queens. These coins take oneself backward in time and one can have the pleasure to own his inheritance.
 http://www.rsomani.in



Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Delhi man collected rare coins and notes.

Ravi Somani then joined Delhi Coin Society to understand more about such collection and value of such items. As he developed knowledge and more information, Ravi Somani increased his collection in a scientific way. Now Ravi Somani is well known Numismatic in the collectorscircle in India.

Monday, 1 September 2014

Indian Coins Collection, Old Coins and Currencies Collection by Ravi Somani

A much renounced name in the field of Numismatics, Mr. Ravi Somani, collects Bank Notes, rare coins and colorful stamps. He is collecting these numismatic items since the British period.
A massive collection of his bank notes and old coins of India is noteworthy.

He provides immense information about the ways to collect these items, the method to reach them and handle them afterwards. He is an intending guide to the upcoming numismatist. He guides about the precautions to be taken while collecting and investing in bank notes and coins.
Observing the coin or a bank note carefully makes oneself feel the thrill of being a numismatist. People become interested in these numismatic collectibles after they closely inspect the currency in their hands.
Collection of bank notes, make your time travel freely in your past and present. When one collects the paper currencies of his country, he explores different time periods his forefathers have been in, their custom, culture and tradition and essentially for knowing the history of his motherland. Once the collector assembles the diverse currencies of his country, he becomes the stockholder of the whole country’s economy.
Ravi Somani, being an expert lays out some guidelines for a bank notes collector. The first step to evaluation is to be familiar with the characteristics of an original paper note. In order to evaluate the characteristics of an original paper note, it is essential to have a common understanding of the printing procedure and the essentials used in creating the paper notes.

There are number of ways of accumulating the numismatic collectibles without spending a large fortune on them. One can begin collecting currencies featuring the legendaries of our country- the kings, queens, leaders, national emblem. Another way is to consider the historical context as the main criteria. For example, the British period in India, the period of the reign of a particular dynasty, the period after independence etc.




Handling the paper notes carefully is the next after the collection.
Bank notes or paper notes are made using paper. One must hold the notes with clean hands, to prevent transfer of oil or any dirt onto the paper. Food and beverages must be kept away to avoid spilling on the valuable bank notes. As the expected life of paper money is proportional to the careful handling of the paper money.

To invest in old coins and bank notes is much better to invest in gold which is unreachable to most of the people these days.
Gold can be still found in the goldmines but on the other hand, these old currencies are no more to be found as they are issued in a limited quantity. The scarcity of these numismatic collectibles leads to ascend the price of these coins and notes. Collecting old coins and notes have become today a unique and an interesting plus profiteering hobby. People are always in search of new leisure pursuits. This hobby gives you pleasure and earnings. So what’s better than this?


About the author- Kritika Khurana is a well- liked blog and article writer on old coins, paper notes and currencies. Her blogs are read and considered to gain more valuable information. To know more visit- http://www.ravisomani.com/

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Coins Collection Tips Ravi Somani

The term Coin comes from the Latin term “cuneus” and it is supposed that the first noted draw on coins was witnessed in China and Greece approximately in 700BC. A coin is a chunk of metal of an authorized mass, designed and created under the restrictions of an authorization for its utilization as a means of exchange and also for commercial transactions. Thus, it becomes an essential element of our livelihood.

The East India Company commenced homogeneous coinage in the 19th century, and later on, these coins were emulated by the contemporary nation states of Pakistan, Republic of India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Numismatists play an important role in shaping precise phase of Indian ancient history.
Collection of rare, obsolete and old coins is a fascination and an elite pursuit and which has secured extreme recognition in the era of last century.


The name, Ravi Somani mounts higher because of his contribution in the field of Numismatics. He is a Delhi based businessman and a very popular Numismatist. As an intending guide to his fellowmen, he lays out certain things to be kept in mind for the collectors. Ravi Somani, coins collection and paper money collection is massive and exclusive. According to him, initially, a prospective collector must know that which coins are wise to be purchased or collected and what earnings or shortfall are expected in his venture. He must be aware as to where he could collect the coins from.

The collector must be conscious of the market value of the coin for the purpose of investment. The supply and demand of the coins depend upon the availability of the coins, in the market. More the coins, less will be the price incurred and rare coins fetch more money. On the other hand the interested collectors, who want to own the coins, also affect the market price of the coins.

Apart from the investment, one feels the ecstasy of collecting the coins which were used by the ancients - may be the kings or the queens. These coins take oneself backward in time and one can have the pleasure to own his inheritance.

 The term Coin comes from the Latin term “cuneus” and it is supposed that the first noted draw on coins was witnessed in China and Greece approximately in 700BC. A coin is a chunk of metal of an authorized mass, designed and created under the restrictions of an authorization for its utilization as a means of exchange and also for commercial transactions. Thus, it becomes an essential element of our livelihood.

The East India Company commenced homogeneous coinage in the 19th century, and later on, these coins were emulated by the contemporary nation states of Pakistan, Republic of India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Numismatists play an important role in shaping precise phase of Indian ancient history.
Collection of rare, obsolete and old coins is a fascination and an elite pursuit and which has secured extreme recognition in the era of last century.


The name, Ravi Somani mounts higher because of his contribution in the field of Numismatics. He is a Delhi based businessman and a very popular Numismatist. As an intending guide to his fellowmen, he lays out certain things to be kept in mind for the collectors. Ravi Somani, coins collection and paper money collection is massive and exclusive. According to him, initially, a prospective collector must know that which coins are wise to be purchased or collected and what earnings or shortfall are expected in his venture. He must be aware as to where he could collect the coins from.

The collector must be conscious of the market value of the coin for the purpose of investment. The supply and demand of the coins depend upon the availability of the coins, in the market. More the coins, less will be the price incurred and rare coins fetch more money. On the other hand the interested collectors, who want to own the coins, also affect the market price of the coins.

Apart from the investment, one feels the ecstasy of collecting the coins which were used by the ancients - may be the kings or the queens. These coins take oneself backward in time and one can have the pleasure to own his inheritance.

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Ravi Somani Deals in All British Time Stamp Collection, Coins Collection

"Stamps are an abstruse form of investment," says Ravi Somani, the numismatist and a philatelist dealing in rare stamps, unique autographs, coins and paper money collection. Thus, it is not startling that a successful Indian investor realizes collection of stamps and ancestral coins as not just a hobby, but a way to make large fortune whereas other investment sources proffer unstable proceeds.

The compilation and examination of different postage stamps became famous in the 19th Century. It came to be called as philately which has been drawn from the Greek word, “ateleia” which means, exemption from tax.

Indian trade in postage stamps contributes to the escalation and progress of philately in India. According to Ravi Somani,the minimum appreciation one can get on a unique stamp is 15 to 20% per year,in accordance to the standard stamp catalogues. Thus, a philatelist may not fear of losing any money. He will always be benefited. Ravi Somani has a display of his rare stamps, issued by the Britishers, before Independence. He believes in sharing his knowledge and collection with the upcoming collectors.

At the very first, in order to collect and invest in the ancient stamps, the collector must make sure that the stamps are in good condition in order to fetch more value. One can collect the stamps, depending upon his/ her genre of interests. It can be stamps related to historical context, famous personalities, political discourses, national or international events, warriors, soldiers, agriculture, monuments, scientists, mode of transport etc.

  There are many distinctive sources for stamps.The collectors can buy the new issues from the nearest post office, the cheapest and the best way. There are special auction for stamps and many dealers who are ready to sell their stamps.


Once an interested person gets into this trade, he cannot turn back. He can feel the thrill of collecting ancient stamps which helps to know more about our country’s ancient culture. There is immense knowledge about Numismatic and Philatelic which is like an unending fervor. The craving of collectors can never be satisfied as this becomes a part of life more than a hobby. To know more, contact Ravi Somani. Every feedback and sharing will be warmly greeted.

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Coins Collection | Indian Coins Tips For Collectors Ravi Somani

The term Coin comes from the Latin term “cuneus” and it is supposed that the first noted draw on coins was witnessed in China and Greece approximately in 700BC. A coin is a chunk of metal of an authorized mass, designed and created under the restrictions of an authorization for its utilization as a means of exchange and also for commercial transactions. Thus it becomes an essential element of our livelihood.

The East India Company commenced homogeneous coinage in the 19th century, and later on, these coins were emulated by the contemporary nation states of Pakistan, Republic of India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Numismatists play an important role in shaping precise phase of Indian ancient history.
Collection of rare, obsolete and old coins is a fascination and an elite pursuit and which has secured extreme recognition in the era of last century.



The name, Ravi Somani mounts higher because of his contribution in the field of Numismatics. He is a Delhi based businessman and a very popular Numismatist. As an intending guide to his fellowmen, he lays out certain things to be kept in mind for the collectors. Ravi Somani, coins collection and paper money collection is massive and exclusive. According to him, initially, a prospective collector must know that which coins are wise to be purchased or collected and what earnings or shortfall are expected in his venture. He must be aware as to where he could collect the coins from.

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Coins Collection Tips By Ravi Somani

A child is obsessive about his possession be it the collection of toffees, colour pencils or stones. Many children reflect their excellence or profession they would opt for in their future. Robert Frost says that if vocation and avocation are combined then it does wonders and his object in living is to combine the vocation and avocation- “Two Tramps in a Mud Time”.
 Uniting the work of pleasure with the work of need, results in benefiting the society as well as one’s life.

Ravi Somani, a Delhi based businessman, found his interest in collecting the antique coins, stamps, paper notes and autographs which he beholds it as a heritage. Since childhood he was fanatical about his rare possession. Years gone by and he held his interests seriously in order to acquire the importance of his collection and to invest through them. And now he serves the nation as being an important member of the Delhi Coin Society, he is well known amongst the Numismatic, the coins collector in India.

The Ravi Somani Coins Collection stockpile assortment of Indian coins since 1835, the period since the uniform coinage was launched in India by the British Empire. The studying of the Heritage India, its culture and history, is accustomed by the studying of these primordial articles.
Ravi, being a socialist, invites the folks with same interest to assess his website and to share their collections with him.

As an activist, he has embarked upon working for the under privileged children through his NGO named as Different Strokes.

Saturday, 2 August 2014

Ravi Somani Collection of East India Company Coinsage

The term Coin comes from the Latin term “cuneus” and it is supposed that the first noted draw on coins was witnessed in China and Greece approximately in 700BC. A coin is a chunk of metal of an authorized mass, designed and created under the restrictions of an authorization for its utilization as a means of exchange and also for commercial transactions. Thus it becomes an essential element of our livelihood.

The East India Company commenced homogeneous coinage in the 19th century, and later on, these coins were emulated by the contemporary nation states of Pakistan, Republic of India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Numismatists play an important role in shaping precise phase of Indian ancient history.
Collection of rare, obsolete and old coins is a fascination and an elite pursuit and which has secured extreme recognition in the era of last century.



The name, Ravi Somani mounts higher because of his contribution in the field of Numismatics. He is a Delhi based businessman and a very popular Numismatist. As an intending guide to his fellowmen, he lays out certain things to be kept in mind for the collectors. Ravi Somani, coins collection and paper money collection is massive and exclusive. According to him, initially, a prospective collector must know that which coins are wise to be purchased or collected and what earnings or shortfall are expected in his venture. He must be aware as to where he could collect the coins from.
http://www.ravisomani.com

Monday, 28 July 2014

Ravi Somani Collection

A child is obsessive about his possession be it the collection of toffees, colour pencils or stones. Many children reflect their excellence or profession they would opt for in their future. Robert Frost says that if vocation and avocation are combined then it does wonders and his object in living is to combine the vocation and avocation- “Two Tramps in a Mud Time”.
 Uniting the work of pleasure with the work of need, results in benefiting the society as well as one’s life.

Ravi Somani, a Delhi based businessman, found his interest in collecting the antique coins, stamps, paper notes and autographs which he beholds it as a heritage. Since childhood he was fanatical about his rare possession. Years gone by and he held his interests seriously in order to acquire the importance of his collection and to invest through them. And now he serves the nation as being an important member of the Delhi Coin Society, he is well known amongst the Numismatic, the coins collector in India.

The Ravi Somani Coins Collection stockpile assortment of Indian coins since 1835, the period since the uniform coinage was launched in India by the British Empire. The studying of the Heritage India, its culture and history, is accustomed by the studying of these primordial articles.
Ravi, being a socialist, invites the folks with same interest to assess his website and to share their collections with him.

As an activist, he has embarked upon working for the under privileged children through his NGO named as Different Strokes.

Friday, 25 July 2014

How to collect these Indian stamps: By Ravi Somani

  • You can start the stamp collection by buying the stamps, the Indian first day cover and the souvenir sheets. All these things are available in the major post offices of India.
  • Request one total list of stamps of the Indian postage.
  • You can purchase the Indian stamp brochures
  • Last but not the least, you can also go through different stamp collecting publications like India’s Freedom Struggle through India Postage Stamps


Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Ravi Somani BizMan Collection Of Indian Currency During British Rule

 Indian Currency during British Rule
In the late 7th century, the pure form of gold, silver, copper and bronze coins were used as the currency of India without any religious belief. Later, the denominations engraved coins were introduced in India which was known as the punch-marked coins. In 18th century, the British Government grabbed control over India and introduced the first paper currency. Immediately, after overtaking the power, the native images from the coins were replaced by the Victorian portraits.
Ravi Somani Delhi had indulged in collections ofthe antique coins and notes from his early childhood days. Starting from the year 1835till date, he has most of the significant information regarding Indian currency. He has a hobby of collecting autographs of renowned figures too. The East India Company coins were issued by the British in the year 1858 with portraits of Queen Victoria.

Later, the coins were issued along with the portraits of Edward VII from the year 1903 to 1910. There was no coin introduced by the British during the brief domination of Edward VIII.  In the year 1911, the portraits of George Emperor took possession over the British Indian coin and ended with George VI in 1947. RaviSomani has tremendous zeal on studying all coins and paper money, issued in India by the British Government. 
http://www.ravisomani.com 

Monday, 21 July 2014

Ravi Somani, has been in the Numismatic and Philatelic business since 40 yrs.

"Stamps are an abstruse form of investment," says Ravi Somani, the numismatist and a philatelist dealing in rare stamps, unique autographs, coins and paper money collection. Thus, it is not startling that a successful Indian investor realizes collection of stamps and ancestral coins as not just a hobby, but a way to make large fortune whereas other investment sources proffer unstable proceeds.

The compilation and examination of different postage stamps became famous in the 19th Century. It came to be called as philately which has been drawn from the Greek word, “ateleia” which means, exemption from tax.


Indian trade in postage stamps contributes to the escalation and progress of philately in India. According to Ravi Somani, the minimum appreciation one can get on a unique stamp is 15 to 20% per year, in accordance to the standard stamp catalogues. Thus, a philatelist may not fear of losing any money. He will always be benefited. Ravi Somani has a display of his rare stamps, issued by the Britishers, before Independence. He believes in sharing his knowledge and collection with the upcoming collectors.

Friday, 18 July 2014

About the details of the coins and notes Collection - Ravi Somani

The coins of the earlier times used to be die-struck manually. Therefore, there were not created in the uniform design and shape. Besides, in the earlier times, the coins used to be die-struck or cast in only on one side. Thus, these were uniface and marks incused on the single side. This is the reason why these are known as the punch mark coins. These types of coins were available till 300 BC. Similarly, in the very beginning the notes were also printed on one side. These notes were known as the Uniface notes. Besides, earlier the notes were also available only in smaller sizes to save the usage of paper. The bundle of these notes was available in available in 25 packs. and not in the 100 pcs. like the present time. 


Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Coins Collection By Ravi Somani


 A child is obsessive about his possession be it the collection of toffees, colour pencils or stones. Many children reflect their excellence or profession they would opt for in their future. Robert Frost says that if vocation and avocation are combined then it does wonders and his object in living is to combine the vocation and avocation- “Two Tramps in a Mud Time”.

 Uniting the work of pleasure with the work of need, results in benefiting the society as well as one’s life.

 RaviSomani, a Delhi based businessman, found his interest in collecting the antique coins, stamps, paper notes and autographs. He beholds it as a heritage. Since childhood he was fanatical about his rare possession. Years gone by and he held his interests seriously in order to acquire the importance of his collection and to invest through them. And now he serves the nation as being an important member of the Delhi Coin Society, he is well known amongst the Numismatic, the coins collector in India.



The Ravi Somani Coins Collection stockpile assortment of Indian coins since 1835, the period since the uniform coinage was launched in India by the British Empire. The studying of the Heritage India, its culture and history, is accustomed by the studying of these primordial articles.


Ravi, being a socialist, invites the folks with same interest to assess his website and to share their collections with him.
http://www.rsomani.in

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Ravi Somani Autograph Collection | Ravi Somani Delhi

Varahagiri Venkata Giri Autograph in my Collections : Born on 10th August 1894 in Berhampur, Ganjam District, Orissa. Studied in Madras and Ireland. Married Saraswati Bai who hailed from Bellary District in 1917. Participated in the Lucknow session of Indian National Congress in 1916. He was arrested in 1921 for participating in the freedom movement strike.