On Every year 8th March is observed as Women’s day. It is global celebration for the social, political and economic achievement of women. The status of women in India has a subject to many changes over the past year.
Women in India are treated equally and also take part in activities like education, politics, media, art and culture, service sector. Women right to equality and non-discrimation are defined as fundamental right. The theme of 2023 is Digitall: innovative and technology for gender equally.
A stamp issued on 8 March 2007. The postage stamp being released on the occasion of International Women’s Day portray women’s.
Printing Process : Photogravure.
Image courtesy: mintage world
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