Nepal Temple Series 1992

A set of four commemorative postage stamps on the temples of Nepal : ThakurdwaraNamo BuddhaNarijhowa and Dantakali :

Vishnu Temple in NepalNamo Buddha : Buddhist Pilgrimage SiteMahalakshmi Temple in NepalHindu Goddess Sati (Parvati) Temple in NepalIssued by Nepal

Issued on Nov 10, 1992

Issued by :
His Majesty’s Government
Postal Services Department
Nepal Philatelic Bureau
Kathmandu

Designer : K. Karmacharya

Type : Stamps, Postal Used

Denomination :
a) Thakurdwara, Bardiya : 75 Paisa
b) Namobuddha, Kavre : Re. 1
c) Narijhowa, Mustang : Rs. 2
d) Dantakali, Sunsari : Rs. 11

Colour : Colours

Size : 38.5 mm x 27 mm

Format : Horizontal

Paper : Security Paper

Quantity : 2 Millions each

Sheet : 50 stamps per sheet

Process : Offset Lithography

Printer : Helio Courvoisier S.A., Switzerland

About : 

  • The following four postage stamps (Temple Series) have been released by the Postal Services Department:
  • Thakurdwara:
    • Thakurdwara Temple is situated amidst the dense forest lying in Thakurdwara Village Development Committee, Bardiya District. An image of Thakur (Lord Vishnu) is specially installed inside this temple regarded as the most famous from the religious standpoint. On the Makar Sankranti a great festival is observed. Several devotees from Nepal and neighbouring country, India congregate here and offer their worship to the Lord Thakur.
    • In the present postage stamp a picture of an artistic stone image and temple of Thakurdwara has been depicted.

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