Incredible India – Picture Post Card – Bharathanatyam – By India Post

Incredible India – Picture Post Card – Bharathanatyam – By India Post

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Incredible India – Picture Post Card – A Sikh, Sikhism – By India Post

Incredible India – Picture Post Card – A Sikh, Sikhism – By India Post

A Sikh is a follower of Sikhism, a monotheistic religion which originated during the 15th century in the Punjab region of India. The term “Sikh” has its origin in the Sanskrit words ‘sisya’ (disciple, student0 or ‘siksha’.

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A Sikh Post Card

Incredible India – Picture Post Card – Narikel Gurer Naru – By India Post

Incredible India – Picture Post Card – Narikel Gurer Naru – By India Post

Narikel Gurer Naru (Coconut Jaggery Sweet Confection Balls) which is more like Coconut Ladoo. This sweet coconut balls are soft, chewy, and amazingly delicious.

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Incredible India – Picture Post Card – Golden Temple, Harmandir Sahib – By India Pos

Incredible India – Picture Post Card – Golden Temple, Harmandir Sahib – By India Post

The Golden Temple is in Amritsar, located in Northern Punjab, India. It is the central gurdwara or worship place, for all Sikhs in the world. Its proper name is Harmandir , which means “Temple of God” and is respectfully referred to as Darbar Sahib(meaning “court of the Lord”). Darbar Harmandir Sahib is popularly known as the Golden Temple because of its unique features.

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Golden Temple

Incredible India – Kedarnath Temple – Picture Post Card – By India Post

Incredible India – Kedarnath Temple – Picture Post Card – By India Post

One of the holiest pilgrimages for the Hindus, Kedarnath Temple Jyotirlinga is located in the picturesque surroundings of Rudra Himalaya Range at a height of 12000 feet on a mountain named Kedar. Near Kedarnath is the source of the river Mandakini that joins Alakananda at Rudraprayag.

The temple at Kedarnath enshrining the Jyotirlingam of Shiva opens only 6 months a year (April-November) when the sun enters the zodiac sign of Aries and it is closed when the sun enters Scorpio. The priests then go to Ukhimath, where the worship of Kedareshwara is continued during the winter season.

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Kedarnath Mandir