Indian Post issued a commemorative stamp on Dr. K.M Muhshi on December 30, 1988. The stamp depicts K.M. Munshi and a tree, symbolising his interest in the Van Mahotsav. the First Day Cover (FDC, which are issued with every commemorative stamp) shows him against the background of the Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan.
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Dates and Events of Munshi's Life
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KULAPATI K. M. MUNSHI: Dates & Events of Munshi's Life

1887 Born at Broach, Gujarat State,on December 30.
1897 Invested with a sacred thread, being a Brahmin.
1900 Married to Atilakshmi Pathak.
1901 Completed high school education.
1902 Joined Baroda College.
1904 Came under the influence of his Professor Arvind Ghosh, later, Sri.Aurobindo.
Founded a free library at Broach.
1905 Passed First LL.B. with first class, winning a prize.
1906 Passed B. A.; winning Elliot Memorial prize.
1907 Settled in Bombay.
Attended Surat Congress; first exposure to Tilak, Bipin Pal, and Lajpat Rai.
1910 Passed final LL.B. examination.
Enrolled as pleader on the Appellate side of Bombay High Court.
1911 Became secretary of Gurjar Sabha (Gujarati Literary Society). Won Students' Brotherhood Motiwala prize for his article, "Theory and Practice of Social Service.
1912 Promoted a monthly, Bhargava.
1913 Enrolled as an Advocate on the Original side of Bombay High Court. Joined Bhulabhai Desai as his junior.
1915 Started "Young India." and became its Joint Editor.
Joined Home-Rule League.
1917 Became member of the Subjects Committee of the Indian National Congress.
Elected Secretary of the Bombay Presidency Association.
1919 Elected Secretary of the Bombay Home-Rule League.
1920 Resigned from the Indian National Congress and the Home-Rule League.
1922 Founded Gujarati Sahitya Sansad (Gujarati Literary Society.) Started Gujarat, an illustrated monthly, and became its Joint Editor.
Literary collaboration with Lilavati Sheth.
1923 Visited Europe.
1926 Elected Fellow of the Bombay University.
Elected to the Senate of the Bombay University.
Elected Vice President of Gujarati Sahitya Parishad (Gujarati Literary Conference)
Founded Gujarat University Society, and became its Secretary.
Appointed member of the Baroda University Commission.
Married Lilavati Sheth.

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