First Day Cover – Acharya Vimal Sagar – By India Post

First Day Cover – Acharya Vimal Sagar – By India Post

Date Of Issue:- 14.12.2016.

Acharya Vimal Sagar FDC 2016

 

 

Special Cover – Dhwaja Yatra 2016, Shree Digamber jain Agarwal Samaj (Youth Wing) – By India Post

Special Cover –  Dhwaja Yatra 2016, Shree Digamber jain Agarwal Samaj (Youth Wing) – By India Post

Date Of Issue:-17.07.2016.

Special Cover 2016

New Stamp Booklet – The Flag Of Jainism – By India Post

New Stamp Booklet – The Flag Of Jainism – By India Post

The flag of Jainism was first mentioned in a holy text dating 5th century (citation needed). It has five colours: Orange or Red, Yellow, White, Green and Black or dark blue.

It is also believed that the complexion of all the 24 Tirthankaras was of one of thes 5 colours. For instance, Chandraprabha and Pushpadanta were white, Munisuvrata and Neminatha were blue or dark colour, Padmaprabha and Vasupujya were red. Suparshvanatha and Parsva were green, while the remaining were golden or yellowish.

Year Of Issue:- July, 2016

Stamp Booklet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stamp Booklet 2016

Special Cover – Shri Jain Swetamber Dadawadi Temple Trust, Pune – By India Post

Special Cover – Shri Jain Swetamber Dadawadi Temple Trust, Pune – By India Post

Silver Jubilee

Date Of Issue:-15.06.2016.

Special Cover 2016

Special Cover – Mahamastakabhisheka 2016 – Bade Baba Rishabhdev – By India Post

Special Cover –  Mahamastakabhisheka 2016 – Bade Baba Rishabhdev –  By India Post

Kundalpur is a town located in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, 35 km from the city of Damoh. It is a historical pilgrimage site for Jains in India.

Kundalpur has a large image of Rishabhanatha (also known as Bade Baba). The image is in sitting (Padmasana) posture and is 15 feet in height. This is also the place of salvation of Antim Kevali Shridhar Kevali.
There are 63 temples of various types. Among them 22nd temple is famous for Bade Baba Bhagwan Adinath the principal deity. This is the oldest temple at Kundalpur. According to an inscription of Vikram Samvat 1757, the temple was re-discovered by Bhattaraka Surendrakirti of Mulasangha-Balatkaragana-Sarasvati Gachchha and was rebuilt from ruins by his disciple, with assistance from Bundela ruler Chhatrasal.

A temple called Jal Mandir is situated in the middle of the pond Vardhaman Sagar.
Acharya Vidyasagar has been the main source of inspiration for the construction, development and renovation of the main temple and various structures at Kundalpur. He is often referred to as Chhote baba also by his disciples.

Date Of Issue:-06.06.2016.

Special Cover 2016

Special Cover – 1008 Shree Bhagwan Rishabhdev's, 108 Feet Tall Monolithic Statue's – By India Post

Special Cover – 1008 Shree Bhagwan Rishabhdev’s, 108 Feet Tall Monolithic Statue’s –  By India Post

Date Of Issue:-18.02.2016.

Special Cover 2016

Special Cover 2016- 10th Anniversary Ahimsa Ball Delhi – By India Post

Special Cover   2016- 10th Anniversary Ahimsa Ball Delhi – By India Post

Date Of Issue:- 26.04.2016

Ahimsa Bal
Ahimsa Bal

Special Cover – Sahitya Vachaspati Mahopadhyay, First Death Anniversary – By India Post

Special Cover – Sahitya Vachaspati Mahopadhyay, First Death Anniversary – By India Post

Date Of Issue:-30.11.2015.

Special Cover 2015

Special Cover – Karnataka – Sri Manjunathaswamy Temple Dharmastala, Ujire

Special Cover – Karnataka – Sri Manjunathaswamy Temple Dharmastala, Ujire

Dharmastala kshetra is located amongst the scenic beauty of the Western Karnataka on the banks of the Nethravathi River  it is one of the well visited pilgrimage centers in Karnataka. Dharmastala literally means a place of Dharma, a path to religion, ritual, duty, righteousness, and alms. It is the embodiment of justice, truthfulness, faith, solace, fulfillment and peace.

Thousands of pilgrims are offered food in the temple everyday. Dharmastala also houses a huge monolithic statue of Bahubali (Gomateshwara).

Ujire is a small town near Dharmasthala. It is situated in Belthangady District Dakshina kannada. Ujire is an important junction for travelers who travel in this region. The road at Ujire deviates to Dharmasthala towards Hassan, Bangalore, Kottigehara towards Horanadu, Chikmagalur  and Belthangady  towards Mangalore.

Date Of Cancellation:- 25.01.1980.

KarnatakaSpecial Cover

Special cover – Ladnu Digamber Jain Bada Mandir – By India Post

Special cover – Ladnu Digamber Jain Bada Mandir  – By India Post
Rajasthan State is well known for its Art, Architecture , Culture, Religion etc and this Heritage is well honoured and publicized by Philately by way of Stamps, Special Cover and Cancellations from time to time. In line of this good practice, one more important event has happened which was befitting to be co-commemorated by India Posts. A Jain Temple with excellent Historical Background , Sculpture and Architecture situated at Ladnun has completed 1000 years of its inception and a grand function is organised from 1st to 8th Oct 2014 at Ladnun.

Philatelic Society of Rajasthan has requested India Posts , Rajasthan Circle to provide special cover with special cancellation and ‘my stamp’ on world famous Saraswati Statue situated in temple on the occasion. The Special cover was released on 1st Oct 2014 afternoon 3.00 O’clock by SSP , Nagaur City , Sh M L Rajpurohit , India Posts , General Secretary , Philatelic Society of Rajasthan, Mr Rajesh Paharia and Secretary , Ladnun Bara Jain mandir Trust Sh Subhash Patni at Ladnun PO. Members of Philatelic Socity of Rajasthan , Ladnun Bara Jain Mandir trust and India Post employees along with press representatives were present there.

Late evening about 9.00 O’clock  , Local MLA Sh Manohar Singh and President , Ladnun Bara Jain Mandir Trust Sh M P Patni re-released it for sale at venue which was covered live by Paras Channel and Ahimsa channel.
 
Date Of issue;- 01.10.2014.

Contributed By:-Mr Rajesh Paharia, Jaipur

Special Cover released at Ladnun