Aerogramme India –Flying Bird – 1979

Aerogramme India –Flying Bird – 1979

Year of Issue -1979

Printing Press -India Security Press (ISP) Nashik

Denomination – Rupees 1.60

Stamp Design –Flying Bird

Theme – Trade Fair, Tourism

Advertisement – The advertisement on the aerogramme features India International Trade Fair New Delhi 1979.

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INDIA AEROGRAMME 1979- INDIA INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR.

Aerogramme India – Rock-Cut Rathas Mahabalipuram – 2004

Aerogramme India – Rock-Cut Rathas Mahabalipuram – 2004

Year of Issue -2004

Printing Press -India Security Press (ISP) Nashik

Denomination – Rupees 8.50

Stamp Design –Rock-Cut Rathas Mahabalipuram

Theme – Architecture, Tourism, Religious

Rock-Cut Rathas Mahabalipuram- The group of monuments at Mahabalipuram is a collection of 7th and 8th-century religious monuments in the coastal resort town of Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is on Coromandel coast of Bay Of Bengal.

Advertisement – The advertisement on the aerogramme features Goa tourism. It has a caption Goa 365 days a year.

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INDIA AEROGRAMME 2004- GOA TOURISM

Aerogramme India – Panchmahal Fatehpur Sikri – 2003

Aerogramme India – Panchmahal Fatehpur Sikri – 2003

Year of Issue -2003

Printing Press -India Security Press (ISP) Nashik

Denomination – Rupees 8.50

Stamp Design –Panchmahal Fatehpur Sikri

Theme – Architecture, Tourism, Religious

Panchmahal Fatherpur Sikri – It is a Five level Palace in Fatehpur Sikri near Agra in Uttar Pradesh. It was built by Mughal King Akbar and possibly used for entertainment, music and relaxation. There are 176 columns in total.

Advertisement – The advertisement on the aerogramme features Tamil Nadu tourism. It has a caption Doorway to Divinity. Meenakshi temple, Brihdeswar Temple is featured.

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INDIA AEROGRAMME 2003 – TN TOURISM.

Aerogramme India – Rock-Cut Rathas Mahabalipuram – 2004

Aerogramme India – Rock-Cut Rathas Mahabalipuram – 2004

Year of Issue -2004

Printing Press -India Security Press (ISP) Nashik

Denomination – Rupees 8.50

Stamp Design –Rock-Cut Rathas Mahabalipuram

Theme – Architecture, Tourism, Religious

Rock-Cut Rathas Mahabalipuram- The group of monuments at Mahabalipuram is a collection of 7th and 8th-century religious monuments in the coastal resort town of Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is on Coromandel coast of Bay Of Bengal.

Advertisement – The advertisement on the aerogramme features Tamil Nadu tourism. It has a caption Celestial glory manifested in majestic temples. Meenakshi temple in Madurai is a Hindu temple dedicated to Meenakshi (a form of Parvati) and her consort Sundareshwar (a form of Shiva).

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INDIA AEROGRAMME 2004 -MEENAKSHI TEMPLE MADURAI

Aerogramme India – Swan -Visit Tamil Nadu – 2001

Aerogramme India – Swan -Visit Tamil Nadu – 2001

Year of Issue -1999

Printing Press -India Security Press (ISP) Nashik

Denomination – Rupees 8.50

Stamp Design –Swan

Theme – Architecture, Tourism, Religious

Kanyakumari  – it is the southernmost city of India located in Tamil Nadu.It was earlier known as Cape Comorin. the notable landmarks are Vivekanand Rock Memorial and Thiruvalluvar Statue.

Advertisement – The advertisement on the aerogramme features Explore India in the Millennium Year. Visit Tamil Nadu .Kanyakumari

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INDIA AEROGRAMME 1999- KANYAKUMARI
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INDIA AEROGRAMME 1999- KANYAKUMARI

Aerogramme India –For Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal & Bhutan – 2001

Aerogramme India –For Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal & Bhutan – 2001

Year of Issue -???

Printing Press -??

Denomination – Rupees 7.00

Stamp Design –Flying Swan in green.

Theme – Birds, Postal Stationery

A special Green Colour Aerogramme of Rs 7.00 was issued which was forPakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan use only.

INDIA AERO PAK,BDESH,NEPAL
INDIA AEROGRAMME – FOR PAKISTAN, BANGLADESH, NEPAL AND BHUTAN ONLY

Aerogramme India – Brihadeswar Temple Thanjavur – 2001

Aerogramme India – Brihadeswar Temple Thanjavur – 2001

Year of Issue -2001

Printing Press -Madras Security Press (MSP)

Denomination – Rupees 8.50

Stamp Design –Brihadeswar Temple Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India

Theme – Architecture, Tourism, Religious

Brihadeswar Temple Thanjavur – It is Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located at Thanjavur in the Tamil Nadu State of India. It is one of the largest South Indian temples built on Dravidian architecture design. It was built by Chola King Raja Raja Chola I between 1003 and 1010 AD. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site and Great Living Chola Temples. A great tourist destination for all.

Coins and stamps on Brihadeswar Temple- A Five Rupees stamp, a Five rupees and 1000 rupees coin and a 1000 rupees note have been issued on this temple.

Advertisement – The advertisement on the aerogramme features Buy Indian Handicrafts. The Dancing Dolls of Thanjavur is a great piece of Handicraft apart from Thanjavur plate and paintings.

INDIA AERO THANJAVUR
INDIA AEROGRAMME 2001-BRIHDESWAR TEMPLE THANJAVUR.