A Rupees Three stamp was issued by India Post on 09 Apr 1999 to mark the Tercentenary of Birth of Khalsa. An FDC cancelled at 1 CBPO is listed. Guru Nanak Dev Ji founded Sikhism in 1469 and on Baisakhi Day of 1699 Guru Gobind Singh introduced Khalsa Identity in Anandpur Sahib on the banks of river Sutlej. The stamp features Anandpur Sahib and Kesgarh Sahib Gurudwara. It is also one of the Five Takhts of Sikhs.
Char Dham are Four holy sites in Uttarakhand which are revered by Hindus and devotees undertake a holy pilgrimage to these sites.
Kedarnath – The Farthest Dham located at 3500m above sea level is situated in Rudraprayag District of Uttarakhand. Shiva temple adorns this Dham.
Badrinath – The Badrinarayan temple in Badrinath devoted to LordVishnu is the most visited temple in India. This Dham is located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand alongside Alakhnanada river.
India Post issued four stamps on 29 Nov 2019 on these Char Dhams in the form of Sheetlets and a mixed sheetlet containing four Se-tenant blocks of Four. Each Sheetlet contains 16 stamps and 25000 sheetlets of each variety have been issued.