Error & Variety – Dry Print Sheet – India Israel Joint Issue

Error & Variety – Dry Print Sheet – India Israel Joint Issue – By India Post

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Diplomatic relations between India and Israel were established in the year 1992. A set of two stamps is being issued by both the countries to mark the completion of twenty years of diplomatic relations. The stamp depict the two festivals of lights, Deepavali and Hanukkah.

Theme of the stamps is “Festival of Lights” Israel’s stamp features the menorah with the word “Zion” inscribed inside a magen david star, and India’s shows a row of lamps, representing the Indian holiday of Deepavali.The menorah featured on the stamp was inspired by the wooden menorah used by the Jewish community in Bombay, India.

Themed on the “festival of lights”, one stamp depicts the Jewish festival of Hannukah with a row of candles. The other, depicting the Hindu festival of Diwali, features diyas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stamps Of India – India Israel – Joint Issue – By India Post

Stamps Of India – India Israel – Joint Issue – By India Post

Diplomatic relations between India and Israel were established in the year 1992. A set of two stamps is being issued by both the countries to mark the completion of twenty years of diplomatic relations. The stamp depict the two festivals of lights, Deepavali and Hanukkah.

Theme of the stamps is “Festival of Lights” Israel’s stamp features the menorah with the word “Zion” inscribed inside a magen david star, and India’s shows a row of lamps, representing the Indian holiday of Deepavali.The menorah featured on the stamp was inspired by the wooden menorah used by the Jewish community in Bombay, India.

Themed on the “festival of lights”, one stamp depicts the Jewish festival of Hannukah with a row of candles. The other, depicting the Hindu festival of Diwali, features diyas.

Israel and India established full diplomatic relations in 1992. Israel opened its embassy in New Delhi in February, although it operated at a somewhat limited capacity.The friendly ties between these two countries have flourished ever since and currently include agricultural cooperation, joint scientific and technological development, water management collaboration, thriving trade and more.

Date Of issue:- 05.11.2012.

First Day Cover – India Israel – Joint Issue – By India Post

First Day Cover – India Israel – Joint Issue – By India Post

Diplomatic relations between India and Israel were established in the year 1992. A set of two stamps is being issued by both the countries to mark the completion of twenty years of diplomatic relations. The stamp depict the two festivals of lights, Deepavali and Hanukkah.

Theme of the stamps is “Festival of Lights” Israel’s stamp features the menorah with the word “Zion” inscribed inside a magen david star, and India’s shows a row of lamps, representing the Indian holiday of Deepavali.The menorah featured on the stamp was inspired by the wooden menorah used by the Jewish community in Bombay, India.

Themed on the “festival of lights”, one stamp depicts the Jewish festival of Hannukah with a row of candles. The other, depicting the Hindu festival of Diwali, features diyas.

Israel and India established full diplomatic relations in 1992. Israel opened its embassy in New Delhi in February, although it operated at a somewhat limited capacity.The friendly ties between these two countries have flourished ever since and currently include agricultural cooperation, joint scientific and technological development, water management collaboration, thriving trade and more.

Date Of issue:- 05.11.2012.

Sheet Let – India Israel – Joint Issue – By India Post

Sheet Let – India Israel – Joint Issue – By India Post

Diplomatic relations between India and Israel were established in the year 1992. A set of two stamps is being issued by both the countries to mark the completion of twenty years of diplomatic relations. The stamp depict the two festivals of lights, Deepavali and Hanukkah.

Theme of the stamps is “Festival of Lights” Israel’s stamp features the menorah with the word “Zion” inscribed inside a magen david star, and India’s shows a row of lamps, representing the Indian holiday of Deepavali.The menorah featured on the stamp was inspired by the wooden menorah used by the Jewish community in Bombay, India.

Themed on the “festival of lights”, one stamp depicts the Jewish festival of Hannukah with a row of candles. The other, depicting the Hindu festival of Diwali, features diyas.

Israel and India established full diplomatic relations in 1992. Israel opened its embassy in New Delhi in February, although it operated at a somewhat limited capacity.The friendly ties between these two countries have flourished ever since and currently include agricultural cooperation, joint scientific and technological development, water management collaboration, thriving trade and more.

Date Of issue:- 05.11.2012.

Pvt. Maxim Cards-Festivals Of India

Private Maxim Cards-Festivals Of India.
Two very important and popular festivals of India are Dussehra and Diwali.
The festival of Dussehra is one of the most fascinating festivals of India and is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm for ten continuous days.The first nine nights are spent in the worship of Goddess Durga.Dussehra marks the end of nine days of Navratri.
In Bengal, the festival is celebrated as Kali Puja or Durga Puja.InMysore this festival is celebrated with great pomp and show since centuries.
Of the festvals of India, Diwali is one of the most significant, grand and auspicius occasions not only celebrated in India but other parts of the world too.Diwali also celebrates the power of three goddesses, Lakshmi, Kali and Saraswati.
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