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 India on National Integration 1993
August 19, 1993

India on National Integration 1993

A commemorative postage stamp on the National Integration :

1379 National Integration [India Stamp 1993]Issued by India

Issued on Aug 19, 1993

Issued for : The special and commemorative postage stamps issued by the Department of Posts have depicted over the years the myriad aspects of our national heritage and culture. The stamp issued today emphasizes the need for evolving a harmonious concept through integration of the diverse elements in our national fabric.

Design : The stamp design, in the colours of the national standard, shows a matrix which conceptualises the strength born out of a weaving of different strands. The First Day Cover depicts the National Integration logo which shows stylised human elements superimposed on petals of a flower. The repetitive motif creates a sense of rhythm expressing the essence of the idea of unity.

Design Credits :
Stamp : Shri C.R. Pakrashi
FDC : National Integration Logo provided by the courtesy of Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.
Cancellation : Smt. Alka Sharma, Department of Posts.

Type : Stamp, Postal Used

Colour : Two Colours

Denomination : 100 Paise

Overall size : 3.91 x 2.90 cms.

Printing size : 3.55 x 2.54 cms.

Perforation : 13 x 13

Paper : Imported un W/M adhesive gravure coated Stamp Paper in reels 47 cms.

Number of stamps Printed : 1 Million

Number per issue sheet : 35

Printing Process : Photogravure

Printer : India Security Press

About : 

  • Integration to strengthen the national fabric is essential to fulfil the promises that India holds not only for its own citizens, but for the world as well. We have a glorious heritage that became richer over the centuries by assimilating the best of different cultures. As Jawaharlal Nehru put it, Ever since the distant past it has been India’s proud privilege to live in harmony with each other. Long ago the Buddha taught us this lesson. From the days of Ashoka, 2300 years ago, this aspect of our thought has been repeatedly declared and practised. In our own day Mahatma Gandhi laid great stress on it. We have, therefore a precious heritage to keep up.
  • A time has come when India has to revive her centuries old culture of harmonizing the parts into a perfect symphony of national development and be a guiding moral force for the world at large.
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