Series 9 – My Stamp released with Gandhiji , Jammu 2012 – By India Post

During October, 2012 Philatelic Exhibition on Gandhi at Jammu, 04 designs ( Series 9 ) of Mahatma Gandhi were introduced during October 01 – 04, 2012.

Complete 04 New designs of Gandhiji My Stamp  issued during Jammu Gandhiji Stamp Exhibition during First Week of October – 2012.View at a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/series-9/

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Gandhiji My stamp Design 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gandhiji My Stamp Design 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Design IV

Gandhiji My Stamp Design IV

Series 9 – My Stamp released with Gandhiji Sig, Jammu 2012 – By India Post

During October, 2012 Philatelic Exhibition on Gandhi at Jammu, 04 designs ( Series 9 ) of Mahatma Gandhi were introduced during October 01 – 04, 2012.

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Series 9 – My Stamp released with Mahatma Gandhi, Jammu 2012 – By India Post

During October, 2012 Philatelic Exhibition on Gandhi at Jammu, 04 designs ( Series 9 ) of Mahatma Gandhi were introduced during October 01 – 04, 2012.

Design No 1

My Stamp released with Thagthok Monastery, Leh – Jammu Stamp Show-2011

My Stamp released with Thagthok Monastery, Leh – Jammu Stamp Show-2011

Design – 08/25

During Jammu Stamp Show-2011, 25 designs of Buddhist Heritage Sites in J&K were introduced.

akthok Monastery of Ladakh is situated in Sakti Village, at a distance of approximately 46 km from the town of Leh. The site where the monastery is now situated, once served as the meditation cave of Mahasidhas “Kunga Phuntsog”. The name Takthok literally means ‘rock-roof’. The monastery was so named, as both its roof as well as walls are made up of rock. Tak Thok belongs to the Nying-ma-pa sect of Buddhism, also known as the Old Order, and serves as the residence of approximately 55 lamas.

Complete 25 designs of Buddhist Heritage Sites  issued during Jammu Stamp Show 2011.View at a Glance, Click on below link:-

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Date Of Issue:-26.11.2011.

 

My Stamp released with Alchi Monastery, Leh – Jammu Stamp Show-2011

My Stamp released with Alchi Monastery, Leh – Jammu Stamp Show-2011

Design – 07/25

During Jammu Stamp Show-2011, 25 designs of Buddhist Heritage Sites in J&K were introduced.

Alchi Gompa dates back to the year 1000 AD and was built by the Translator, Rinchen Zangpo. He even made a reference about the monastery in his biographies. It is written that he brought thirty-two sculptors and wood carvers from Kashmir, for the construction of the Alchi Monastery of Leh Ladakh. The monastery is sited at a distance of approximately 67 km to the west of Leh. One can easily see an Indian touch in this monastery, especially in the way its paintings have been made.

Three sacred temples, with the main one being that of Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang, make up a major part of the Alchi Gompa of Ladakh.

Complete 25 designs of Buddhist Heritage Sites  issued during Jammu Stamp Show 2011.View at a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/my-stamp-series-4/

Date Of Issue:-26.11.2011.

My Stamp released with BardanMonastery, Leh – Jammu Stamp Show-2011

My Stamp released with Bardan Monastery, Leh – Jammu Stamp Show-2011

Design – 06/25

During Jammu Stamp Show-2011, 25 designs of Buddhist Heritage Sites in J&K were introduced.

Bardan Monastery of Ladakh, standing atop a rocky crag, lies at a distance of approximately 12 km to the south of Padum. It belongs to the Dugpa-Kargyud monastic order. Infact, it was one of the first centers of Dugpa-Kargyud monastic order to be set up in Zanskar. Bardan Gompa of Leh Ladakh dates back to the 17th century. A number of smaller monasteries in the region come under the management of Bardan. One such monastery is the Sani Gompa

Complete 25 designs of Buddhist Heritage Sites  issued during Jammu Stamp Show 2011.View at a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/my-stamp-series-4/

Date Of Issue:-26.11.2011.

Sheet Let-Preserve The Polar Regions & Glaciers-Se-tenant Stamp-By India Post

Sheet Let-Preserve The Polar Regions & Glaciers-By India Post

Se-tenant 20 Stamps Sheet Let (10 Se-tenant Pairs)

Beautiful border depicts Fish, Prawn, Whale, Seal,Polar Bear,Penguins

Date Of Issue:-19.12.2009.

Heritage Temples Of India-Dilwara & Ranakpur Temple- Sheet Let

Dilwara and Ranakpur Temple Sheetlets

It has been our endeavour at INDIANSTAMGHAR to keep our readers aware about Indian Philately and report all types of News about Indian Philately . We are always keen to keep our readers abreast across the Country about Modern Indian Issues.

India Post is releasing Stamps at very Fast rate for reasons and compulsions best known to them . The information about latest issues and dates is also sometimes not Known . We are aware of difficulties being faced by INDIA POST because of multiple agencies involved in Stamp Printing ,Designing , Approval . Brochure Printing etc. We shall not get into those arguments as it will take us nowhere.

But we wish to help fellow philatelists with all information about each and every issue. We have done it till now with support from all our Friends across the country who provide us all relevant information about each and every issue. It so happens that a new issue contains Stamp , Sheetlet , sheet , MS , Se-tenant and every variety is not available at a Single philatelic Bureau anywhere in the Country including Delhi . This is when we step in provide all information collect an collate and provide to the Readers . It is is a herculean task and  requires great efforts and we boast of providing it within first 48 hours of release.

INDIANSTAMPGHAR has lately provided Stanley Gibbons India Catalogue , British India Postal Stationery book to its readers at most competitive/ Discounted  Prices on “NO PROFIT NO LOSS BASIS” . It was a total social service to the Philatelists.

We Understand that Sheetlet on   Dilwara and Ranakpur Temples is still not available at many places in the Country . We are trying our Best as a responsible site to find the reasons and impress upon the authorities to improve the supply . Till such time the supplies improve we are requesting our friends to procure it for our readers so that we can provide to them at Face Value at “NO PROFIT NO LOSS “ basis . We are working out he details and please watch our site for details .We intend providing one sheet on First COME FIRST SERVE BASIS to maximum readers at Face value plus postage and handling charges. It is again a Social and Philanthropic service for our readers .

We have commenced taking demands for these as per following guidelines

    • Only one sheet will be provided per person
    • Only one sheet will be sent at one address
    • No sheet will be provided for Delhi residents or Delhi addresses  as adequate supplies were available in Delhi
    • All payments by MO , no other form of payment is acceptable
    • No individual Phone calls , SMS, Email or Pick up will be entertained
    • Min reasonable Shipping and handling charges Rs 60/- are being levied
    • Rs 60/- Shipping charges include Cost of Envelope ,Incoming Postage as we are receiving it from our friends from various parts of Country, actual Postage,etc.
    • All supplies are on ‘First Come First Serve Basis ‘
    • No refunds and returns please .
    • Booking till 15 Jan 2010 or till stocks last whichever is earlier
    • All orders will be executed by 30 Jan 2010.

We are  thankful to the following persons who have very kindly agreed to send us few sheets each for distributing to our needy friends. But for their help it would  not have been possible to undertake this project. We request others also to be part of such ventures.

    • Shri O.P.Gupta
    • Shri D.K.Jain
    • Shri Sahil
    • Sh Rishi Chandok
    • Sh Vinayak
    • Sh Shalinder Gohiya
    • Sh Murli
    • Sh Mukesh
    • Sh Rao

Based on the feedback of this dispatch we may undertake to provide few other such items to Philatelists in remote areas not served by Philatelic Bureaus.

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Indian Stamps-Traditional Indian Textiles-Sheet Let-By India Post

Indian Stamps-Traditional Indian Textiles-Sheet Let-By India Post

India Post released 4 stamps on Traditional Indian Textiles depicting Kalamkari, Apa Tani Weaves, Kanchipuram Silk and Banaras Silk , in denomination of Rs 5/.Cost Of The Sheet Let is Rs 80/-.

Date Of Issue:-10.12.2009.

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