A Pair of Se-tenant stamps was issued on 08 Mar 1997 on Parijaat Tree. It is a sacred baobab tree located in the village of Kintoor near Barabanki in Uttar Pradesh. An FDC cancelled at 1 CBPO is listed.
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.
India Post issued a set of 20 stamps in form of sheetlets on Means of Transport through ages on 25 Mar 2017. Four stamps each were issued on Palanquins, Bullock Cart & Horse Carriage, Rickshaws, Vintage Cars and Public Transport. Each series contains a stamp in Rs 5, 10 , 15 & 25 denomination.
A set of 20 Maxim Cards was also issued. Maxim Cards on Public Transport are listed.
Ireland issued a set of six stamps on National Parks on 06 Jun 2011 (World Environment Day). These were issued in Se-Tenant strips of three.
55c – Ballycroy National Park.- It was established as a National Park on 01 Nov 1998 and now covers 117.79 hectares. Blanket bogs, largest peatland, whooper swan,white-fronted goose are the attractions.
55c – The Burren National Park- It is the smallest national Park of Ireland with orchids, butterflies, moths, otters, Pine marten, Dolphins being the attractions,
55c – Connemara National Park.- It was opened to public in 1990 and covers 2000 hectares of land. Its attractions are bog cotton, orchids, Robins, Wrens etc.
82c -Glenveagh National Park.- It is the second-largest National Park in Ireland and was established in 1986. Red Deer and Pine trees are the attractions.
82c – Killarney National Park -It was First national Park of Ireland established in 1932 on land donated by Muckross estate. It now encompasses 25,425 acres of Land. It has beautiful oak and yew woodlands, Lake Killarney, wet woodlands, Red Deer, sika deer, wood warbler, garden warbler , osprey etc.
55c – Wicklow Mountains National Park- It is 54,000 acres protected area established in 1992 south of Dublin. It is located in Wicklow mountains and is known for Deciduous and Coniferous Woods, Bluebells, Polypody ferns, bats, rare otters and whooper swans.