New Series Of My Stamp By India Post

India post arrange a exhibition at  Ambience Mall Gurgaon

 

Date:-14 Aug 2014 to 17 Aug 2014.
India Post issued  Four Different MY STAMP on following Topics on his counter.
1.RED  FORT
2.QUTUB MINAR
3.FAIRY QUEEN
4.GREETINGS
5FAIRY QUEEN
My Stamp
India Post Keep a Post Box for dropping the letters for the four days.
Qutab Minar My Stamp
RED  FORT
Red Fort My Stamp
Contributed By:-Mr Parvesh Gupta
Butterfly My Stamp

Error & Varieties – Bhai Jagta Ji , Stamps of India– By India Post

Error & Varieties – Bhai Jagta  Ji – By India Post

Heavy Shifting of black colour. All stamps are affected India and Bharat in Hindi is cut by perforation. Shifting clearly seen from traffic light.

Date Of Issue:- 15.01.2012.

Contributed By:- Mr Sameer Agarwal, Allahabad

 

WWF Maximum Cards – Monarch Butterfly – Mexico, D.F.

World Wide Fund For Nature

Official Maximum Card –  Monarch Butterfly – Mexico, D.F.

A set of 4 Maximum Cards – Monarch Butterfly – Mexico, D.F. – Every year in autumn, thousands and thousands of Monarch Butterflies migrate from northern North America southwards to California and Mexico for overwintering. In the U.S.A. the Monarch is a common and much-loved butterfly. Food plants of the Monarch’s larvae are predominantly milkweeds. Within two weeks, the caterpillars moult their skin five times and then transform into jade-green pupae. Males and females are very similar in appearance.

Date Of Issue:-30.09.1985.

Special Cover-Bannerghatta National Park-Butterfly Park

Bannerghatta National Park is situated 22 km south of Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and half hour from Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural,zoological reserves. The 25,000 acre zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of Bangalore.

The country’s first Butterfly Park was established at the Bannerghatta Biological Park. It was inaugurated on Saturday November 25, 2006 by Kapil Sibal, Union Minister of Science and Technology.

The Bannerghatta National Park has a new addition now –  A Butterfly Park.The Butterfly Park is spread across 7.5 acres  of land. It comprises a butterfly conservatory, museum and an audio-visual room. The butterfly conservatory has a polycarbonate roof and is a 10,000 sq ft circular enclosure, inside which the living environment has been carefully designed to support over 20 species of butterflies. The environment has a tropical setting — complete with the humid climate, an artificial waterfall,a narrow walking bridge and host plants and shrubs that attract butterflies. The conservatory leads to the second and third domes, which house the museum containing dioramas and exhibits of carefully preserved,exquisite butterflies  and their life history and lastly a media room showing video on butterflies.

This park is an initiative of the National Bio resources Development Board, Department of Biotechnology, Government of India and executed jointly by:

ZAK – Zoo Authority of Karnataka
GKVK – University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore
ATREE – Ashoka Trust For Research on Environment and Ecology

A special cover was released on 23rd May 2009 of the butterfly cancellation at Bannerghatta Post Office. The cancellation depicts line drawing of the butterfly named “Malabar Banded Peacock.

Date Of Issue:-23.05.2009.

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