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 Nepal on World Environment Day 1978

Nepal on World Environment Day 1978

A commemorative postage stamp on the World Environment Day (WED) :

Mountains, Trees and Environmental EmblemIssued by Nepal

Issued on 23rd Jestha 2035 corresponding to 5th June 1978

Design : This commemorative postage stamp issued to mark the World Environment Day depicts the Himalayan range as the source of water resources and identity of Nepal; ‘ankh‘, the Egyptian sign for life, which symbolises betterment of people’s lives; Sun for the source of energy; depletion of the vegetation causing land degradation; and forest for the protection, improvement of environment and utilisation of natural resources.

Designer : K. Karmacharya

Type : Stamp, Postal Used

Denomination : Rupee 1

Colour : Blue green and orange

Size : 3.90 x 2.90 cms

Perforation : 13 x 13

Paper : Unwatermarked adhesive paper

Quantity : 1,000,000 (One million)

Sheet : 35 (5 x 7)

Process : Photogravure

Printer : India Security Press, Nasik Road, India

About : 

  • June 5 is the Day of the First UN Conference on Environment held in 1972 in Stockholm for underlining the importance of the environmental action for improving the quality of human life the world over. So this day is being celebrated as the World Environment Day.
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