World Post Day is being celebrated the world over today, on October 9. Most of us might not have sent a ‘letter’ home through the “Daak”, for years now, but still there are post offices operating in our villages. Many argue that the arrival of internet, email, mobile phones and the courier services have already announced the demise of the traditional Daak System. If the argument is taken as a fact, then our ‘Daak System” has died an immature death, as depicted by the photograph above. Today many of us prefer to use the telecommunication services or the courier services instead of Daak Khana. What is the future of the Daak System? Do you have memories of the ‘Daak’ system?