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India Post Calendar Year 2010 and Year 2011

Posted by Prashant Shah on August 2, 2011

There is one more way to create a unique collection which will stand out. I presume you have seen the stamps of Geetagovinda and Buddha. Here are calendars for you.


In an innovative brand building measure, Department of Posts had brought out an “India Post Calendar” in the year 2010 on the theme of Jayadev and Geetagovinda. The Calendar was designed on the popular set of eleven Dasavatar commemorative postage stamps issued by the Department of Posts (based on Jayadev’s 12th century epic Geetagovinda). The calendar was received very well by the public at large and was widely appreciated in bureaucratic, corporate, media and philatelic circles.

Enthused with the response on India Post Calendar 2010, the Department of Posts has brought out its year 2011 Calendar which is on the theme of Buddha.

More than 2500 years ago, a young man meditated on life and death and found enlightenment. That man was Siddhartha Gautam whom we know as The Buddha. Buddha, in his first sermon after enlightenment laid out the Noble Eightfold Path, also known as the Middle Path, as the way leading to the cessation of suffering. Buddha preached commitment to a nonviolent way of life. A commitment that included a profound concern for the welfare of all. Buddha abhorred dogma and ritual, inequity and injustice. He preached the gospel of love and compassion and encouraged people to follow the path of righteousness, benevolence and humanism.

India Post has celebrated the heritage of Buddha by issue of a number of postage stamps on his legacy from time to time. India Post 2011 Calendar is inspired by these postage stamps and includes images drawn from the vast trove of Buddhist art and culture.

The message of Buddha is relevant to each one of us even today. India Post dedicates its year 2011 Calendar to this legacy of Buddha. The ‘India Post 2011 Calendar’ is available in the philatelic bureaux at all state capitals across the country for sale at the price of Rs.200/-.

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