Each one of us has some fond memories of childhood that will make you smile when bad times start biting your back. The days you spent flying a kite with a friend, throwing stones at a mango tree all evening, waiting for vacations to make your playground your new home etc. Let’s explore some beautiful Children’s day stamps today at Mintage World!
“The lucid smoke drifts on the breeze,
The steaming pans are mantling white,
And thy blue wing’s a joyous sight,
Among the brown and leafless trees.”
– Excerpt from the poem “The Bluebird” by John Burroughs
Every human would have at some point in their lives, dreamt of flying. Touch the clouds freely without any shackles to hold back! Birds are one of the luckiest creations of nature who can spread their wings and live this dream in reality by exploring the expansive skies glimmering in the orange hues of the evening.
India is in a way defined by its unity in diversity which is reflected through the various historical monuments that were built by dynasties and emperors belonging to different ethnic groups or even religions. Let’s continue from where we left earlier and learn more about some popular and some not-so-known monuments that have been depicted on stamps of India.
There are a million reasons why India is like a honey-pot for travellers who flock in from all over the world to experience something completely magical. It’s the vibrant kaleidoscope of traditions, history and cultures that makes India such a unique country which are also depicted on stamps of India. Even in rich diversity one gets to see oneness in the spirit of India. Several stamps have been released by India Post which signifies this beautiful aspect. Today let’s take a tour through some of the most popular monuments that have been depicted on Indian stamps.