According to sources the Mangalurean has a unique way to celebrate and inspire women through her extensive collection called ‘Women of India’. Sources reported that Jane has collected over 300 stamps, miniature sheets and first day covers which celebrate Indian women, and has categorized them by warriors, freedom fighters, politicians, diplomats, literary figures, arts and culture, cinema and social service, among others.
Meanwhile she was employed as a secretary in a British firm in Kuwait, where she was in-charge of handling correspondence. She said "We received letters from all over the world and her collection increased, when her employer learnt of my passion, he communicated to other branch offices to redirect postage covers to her".
Further the philatelist enrolled herself as a member of Dakshina Kannada
Philatelic and Numismatic Association (DKPNA) and started rebuilding her
extensive collection by exchanging stamps and moreover this time, Jane
collected stamps under categories such as Kuwait, Christmas and Women.
Furthermore as part of its Women’s Day celebrations, the Dakshina Kannada
Philatelic and Numismatic Association kept Jane's 'Women of India'
collection on display till March 11 at the Mangaluru Head Post Office.
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