Year of Rabbit-  Malaysia MS 2004.

Year of Rabbit-  Malaysia MS 2004.

Malaysia issued a miniature sheet containing one stamp of 5 Ringgit on 18 Jan 2011  to Commemorate The Lunar New Year- Year of Rabbit. It also carries a logo of INDIPEX 2011 -India International Stamp Exhibition. The sheet also featured the theme of Children’s Pets.

MALAYSIA YR OF RABBIT
MALAYSIA MS 2011- YEAR OF RABBIT-INDIPEX 2011
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Year of Rat – Bhutan MS 2008.

Year of Rat – Bhutan MS 2008.

Bhutan issued a miniature sheet containing two stamps of  Nu 20 on 08 Feb 2008 to Commemorate The Lunar New Year- Year of Rat. It is also known as Earth Rat Year.

BHUTAN YR OF RABBIT 2008
BHUTAN MS 2008 -YEAR OF RAT

Year of Snake – Bhutan MS 2001.

Year of Snake – Bhutan MS 2001.

Bhutan issued a miniature sheet containing four stamps of  Nu 3, 10,15,20  on 01 Feb 2001 to Commemorate The Lunar New Year- Year of Snake. It is also known as Iron Snake Year.

BHUTAN YR OF SNAKE 2001
BHUTAN MS 2001 -YEAR OF SNAKE

Year of Dragon – Bhutan MS 2012.

Year of Dragon – Bhutan MS 2012.

Bhutan issued a miniature sheet containing one stamp of  Nu 50 on 10 Jan 2012 to Commemorate The Lunar New Year- Year of Dragon. It is also known as Water Male Dragon Year.

BHUTAN YR OF DRAGON 2012
BHUTAN YEAR OF DRAGON 2012

Miniature Sheets on Ornaments (Gyencha) of Bhutan 2014.

Miniature Sheets on Ornaments (Gyencha) of Bhutan 2014.

Two miniature sheets were issued by Bhutan on 17 Dec 2014 on Ornaments  (Gyencha) of Bhutan. Miniature Sheet with one stamp of 80 Nu and a miniature sheet with six stamps of 20 Nu each.

Miniature sheet 80 Nu – Betel Nut Container.

BHUTAN MS ORNAMENTS 1V
BHUTAN MS 2014 – ORNAMENTS -BETEL NUT CONTAINER

Miniature Sheet  Six stamps of 20 Nu each – Brooch Necklace, Bracelet, Necklace, Brooch and Earrings.

BHUTAN MS ORNAMENTS 6V
BHUTAN MS 2014 -ORNAMENTS

Miniature Sheets on Atsara (Acharya) of Bhutan 2015.

Miniature Sheets on Atsara (Acharya) of Bhutan 2015.

Atsara is derived from Sanskrit word Acharya (Holy Teacher). Atsaras are clown figures who entertain the crowd at Tshechus.

Two miniature sheets were issued by Bhutan on 10 Sep 2015 on Atsara(Acharya) of Bhutan. Miniature Sheet with one stamp of 40 Nu and a miniature sheet with six stamps of 20 Nu each.

BHUTAN MS ATSARA 1V
BHUTAN MS 2015- ATSARA
BHUTAN MS ATSARA 6V
BHUTAN MS 2015-ATSARA 6V

 

 

Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism-Bhutan Miniature Sheet 2016.

Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism-Bhutan Miniature Sheet 2016.

The Ashtamangala are a sacred suite of Eight auspicious signs endemic to various religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism etc. In Buddhism, these eight symbols of good fortune represent the offerings made by Gods to Shakyamuni Buddha immediately after he attained enlightenment. Tibetan Buddhists use a particular set for use in household and public art.

Bhutan issued a miniature sheet of eight stamps (each of Nu 30 denomination) on 16 April 2016 depicting the eight auspicious symbols of Buddhism. The symbols featured on stamps are

Sernya (Golden Fish)

Drami (Eternal Knot)

Meto Pema (Lotus)

Khorlo (Wheel of Wisdom)

Gyeltshen(Victory Banner)

Bumpa ( Treasure Vase)

Dungkar ( Conch Shell)

Dhug (Parasol)

BHUTAN SYMBOLS MS
BHUTAN 2016-EIGHT AUSPICIOUS SYMBOLS