A commemorative postage stamp on the Ram Janaki Biwaha Mandap :
Issued by Nepal
Issued on Dec 11, 1991
Issued by : His Majesty’s Government, Postal Services Department, Nepal Philatelic Bureau, Kathmandu
Design : The present postage Stamp depicts the picture of the Vivaha Mandap and the idols of Rama–Janaki placed in it.
Designer : Mr. Mohan Rana
Type : Stamp, Postal Used
Denomination : Rs. 1
Colour : 4 Colours
Size : 33.1 mm x 26.2 mm
Format : Vertical
Paper : White Coated Offset Paper
Quantity : 2,000,000 (Two Million)
Sheet : 50
Process : Offset Lithography
Printer : Helio Courvoisier S. A., Switzerland
- According to Ramayana, King Janaka had built an exquisitely beautiful Vivaha Mandap (Pavilion), decorated with celestial gems and jewels and celebrated the marriage ceremony of Rama–Janaki by placing them on a golden throne installed in it.
- From that very time this site is known as Vivaha-Mandap. It is located at Janakpurdham of Dhanusha District. The Vivaha Mandap is situated on the north of Janaki temple. The various artistic idols placed in it give us the reminiscence of its ancient grandeur and the significance of the wedding of Rama-Janaki. This newly built Vivaha Mandap was inaugurated by His Majesty King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev in January, 1986.