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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Commemorative stamp


Commemorative stamp
Litterateur Shankar Lamichhane (1928-1976 AD)
Shankhar Lamichhane was an eminent Essayist of Nepal's Literature. He was born in 4th Chaitra, 1984 B.S. in Jaisidewal, Kathmandu, Nepal. Son of Mr. Hari Prasad Lamichhane and Mrs. Raj Kumari Lamichhane.
He started his literary journey by his article titled "Hamro Samajma Nari ko Mulya" published in literary magazine "Sahity Shrot" in the year 2003 B.S. in 2024 B.S. he received Madan Puraskar (Literary award) for his collection of essay "Abstract chintan: Pyaj". As a talented essayist he has written various books as "Gauthaliko Gund" (a collection of stories, 2027 B.S.), "Godhuli Sansar" (Collection of essays, 2027 B.S.), "Bimba Pratibimba" (review, 2027 B.S.), "Shankar Lamichhane" (autobiography, 2032 B.S.) and "Essay of Shankar Lamichhane". His writing are often based of experimental essays. He has edited a course book "Hamro Sahity" from grade one to grade eight. He also worked as an editor of Indreni Magazine.
To honor his contribution in the field of Nepali Literature, The Postal Services Department of Nepal issue this commemorative Postage stamp depicting his portrait.

Technical Details:
1. Subject                     : Litterateur Shankar Lamichhane
2. Denomination           : Rs. 10
3. Size                          : 42.5 X 31.5 mm
4. Format                     : Vertical
5. Color                       : Four colors with phosphor print
6. Sheet Composition   : 50 Stamps each sheet
7. Issue Year                : 2011
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FIRST DAY COVER SAMPLE
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Commemorative stamp


Commemorative stamp
Musician Mr. Yagyaraj Sharma Arjyal (1903- 1989 AD)
In the history of Nepali music an eminent musician Mr. Yagyaraj Sharma Arjyal was born in 1093 A.D. on the auspicious day of Shivaratri in Gyaneshwor, Kathmandu. He received his preliminary education at home and later he went to Durbar High School. He was the second son of Mrs. Bhuvaneshwari and Mr. Vedraj Arjyal. While studying in Durbar High School he lost his father. Later he went to Mumbai (Bombay) and studied music for three years from Belayat Hussian Khan and Faiyaz Khan of Baroda. He further learned music from Krishna Rao Shankar of Gwalior and after completing his education he returned to Nepal.
Pundit Yagyaraj Sharma Arjyal was the first to start the music education in Nepal. He had many students during the Rana regime. Musicians like Nararaj Dhakal and Ustad (Master) Ganesh Lal were his students. Though Juddha Shamsher did appreciate his talent in music, it was King Mahandra who helped him to establish the first school of music in the year 2012 B.S. and fourty eight Nepalese students have received the degree in music from there.
For his didication and devotion towards music he was awarded the most outstanding musician award "Sangeet Shiromani" in B.S. 2013. He was appointed the member of Academic council of Nepal Academy. He was the chief of music department from B.S. 2014 to B.S. 2022. Later he was the life member of Nepal Academy. His invention of music instrument and music like 'Istaka Taranga" awarded him Rs. 10,000/- (Ten thousand).
To honor his great contribution in the music field. The Postal Services department of Nepal issue this commemotative Postage stamp depiciting his portrait.

Technical Details:
1. Subject                     : Musician Yagyaraj Sharma Arjyal
2. Denomination           : Rs. 10
3. Size                          : 31.5 X 42.5 mm
4. Format                     : Horizontal
5. Color                       : Four colors with phosphot print
6. Sheet Composition   : 50 Stamps each sheet
7. Issue Year                : 2011
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FIRST DAY COVER SAMPLE
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Commemorative stamp


Commemorative stamp
Politician Ekdev Aale (1923-1968 AD)
Ekdev Aale was the active politician of Nepali democratic movement. He was born in 1923 AD at maanung- Archalathok of Tanahu Distric, Gandaki Zone, on the lap of mother Boimaya and father Pahal Sing Aale in an ordinary peasant family. He got recruited to the Gurkha regiment of the British Government at he age of 15. He fought th 2nd World war as a British Army and after the end of the World war he has been retired.
He was influenced by the ongoing 'Freedom Movement' of indian people and also came to known about 'martyrs' issue of 1997 B.S. in Nepal. when the Rana rulers had murdered the brabe children of Nepal mother on the cause of violation of their order and supermecy, then he committed to do fight against Rana ruler. He was devoted towards the political movement after he met to leader "Subas Chandra Bose", (Alad Hind) Force in Calcutta. And he joined in Nepali Mukti Sena of Nepal. He played successful role in liberating Birganj and Bandipur from the Rana rulers. He had also did leadership of the poor and landless farmers. He became life long political member from 2009 B.B. after joining with communist party and played active role for transformation of political, economic, social and cultural status of the nation. In 2023 B.S. he led the campaign of awaking and organizing Nepalese who have been compelled to go to the foreignl and seeking for livelihood and establishing Foreign Nepalese welfare Association for these people.
Ekdev Aale was passed away in 26 January, 1969 at the Darvanga Medical college of Bihar-India.
To honour his contribution to establish democracy in the country, The Postal Services Department of Nepal issues this commemorative Postage stamp depicting his portrait.

Technical Details:
1. Subject                     : Politician Ekdev Aale
2. Denomination           : Rs. 10
3. Size                          : 31.5 X 42.5 mm
4. Format                     : Vertical
5. Color                       : Four colors with phosphot print
6. Sheet Composition   : 50 Stamps each sheet
7. Issue Year                : 2011
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FIRST DAY COVER SAMPLE
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Commemorative stamp


Commemorative stamp
Politician Motidevi Shrestha (1913-1997 AD)
Motidevi Shrestha was the exam plenary political woman figure of Nepali democratic movement. She was born in 1913 AD. Her father was Krishna Lal Shrestha and mother Laxmi Kumari Shrestha.
She was became a founder member of communist party in the campaign of making people aware and organise for to brought drastic change in the country. She thought that there need of disiplined, energetic and revolutionary party for notable change in the nation. She had done important contribution in the field of womea empowerment. She enlarge her hand not only with in the country but also in abroad for to do word in women as well as social freedom movement. Motidevi Smriti Kendra has been established in B.S. 2054 for to honour her contribution and to make more wide, energetic and organise of women movement in the country. Her courage and bravery behaviour against Rana regime at that unfavarable situation is really a praiseworthy for Nepali people espicially for Nepalese women. She was also known as Durgadevi Shrestha.
She was passed away in B.S. 2045 Jesth 7.
To honour her contribution towards achievement of democracy and womea movement in the nation, the Postal Services department of Nepal issue this commemorative postage stamp depiciting her portrait.

Technical Details:
1. Subject                     : Politician Motidevi Shresetha
2. Denomination           : Rs. 10
3. Size                          : 31.5 X 42.5 mm
3. Format                     : Vertical
5. Color                       : Four colors with phosphot print
6. Sheet Composition   : 50 Stamps each sheet
7. Issue Year                : 2011
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FIRST DAY COVER SAMPLE
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Commemorative stamp


commemorative stamp
Industrialist Mohan Gopal Khetan (1947-2007 AD)

Mohan Gopal Khetan was born on Bhadra 18, 2004 BS (September 3, 1947 AD). M.Com. & B.L. graduate Mr. Khetan was a man with sharp mind. Possessing the quality of being rational & patience not only had enabled him to undersatand the global business but also gave a concrete diretion and pace to industrialization by organizing his envision accordingly. The fame of the business empire had being established almost 150 years ago by his great grandfather Late Kisunlal and succeeded by grandfather Late Purnamal Khetan, father Late Shri Biharilal Khetan along with the contribution made by "Battis Koti Mahajan" well recognized in the History of Nepal was further enhanced and expanded by his four decade long dedication and contribution.
His contribution to the society has been recognized in various national and international platforms and was honored by medals such as; Suprashiddha Prawal Gorkha Dakshinbahu (First Class), Medal of Merit 92-93 Lions Club international, Rotary PHF, Award for Environment (UNDP) and Posthumously, he is the recipient of "Agrawal Tejaswi Ratna" and  "Honor" from Government of Turkey, Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce & industry and so on among many.
Dedicating his whole life towards the industrial development of Nepal, Mohan Gopal Khetan went to heavenly aboard on Baishak 13, 2064 B.S. (April 26th, 2007 A.D.) whom we shall always remember as a legacy rather than just an individual.
To honor his great contribution in industrial sector as well as social phenomenon, The Postal Service Department of Nepal issue this commemorative Postage Stamp depicting his portrait.


Technical Details:
1. Subject                     : Industrialist Mohan Gopal Khetan
2. Denomination           : Rs. 5
3. Size                          : 31.5 X 42.5 mm
4. Format                     : Horizontal
5. Color                       : Four colors with phosphor print
6. Sheet Composition   : 50 Stamps each sheet
7. Issue Year                : 2011
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FIRST DAY COVER SAMPLE
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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Sheet Price List

Turtles of Nepal


Nepali 10 Rupees (each) 2011, August
Turtles of Nepal
a) Ganges Softs hell Turtle, Rs 10
b) Elongated Tortoise, Rs 10
c) Tricarinate hill Turtle, Rs 10
d) Common Roofed Turtle, Rs 10

Block of 20 mint stamps.
Euro 5.00 including Registration+handling charge
Note: If you want large quantity of  sheet of stamp then,
we can provide some discount.

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

New Arrival- 2011 August 28


Turtles of Nepal

Turtles are easily recognized from all other animals by their characteristic bony shell. The bony shell is must effective predictor defense. The fresh water species are found in the rivers the pond's marine species are found in the sea and terrestrial species are found on different habits on the land. Their diet consists of a variety of plant and animal species. Some are completely vegetarian, some are carnivorous whereas some are omnivorous. They lack teeth, but many species have serrated saw.
Turtles are believed to live longer than any other vertebrates on the earth and accepted authentic record for longevity is 152 years for a giant tortoise which lived from 1766 yo 1918 in one of the Seychelles Island in the Indian Ocean.
Approximately, 250 species of Turtles being recorded around the world, out of which so far only 17 species have been recorded in Nepal. In Nepal, turtles are found only in the terai regions. The sexes are not easily distinguished in the turtles but the male generally has a longer tail and a concave plastron. They produce eggs, ranging from a single large egg to over 200 relatively small ones. All turtles bury their eggs in soil for incubation.
In Nepal turtles have great religious and cultural values. They are kept in religious shrines by Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims, where they are fed by devotees. Ecologically they perform a role of vultures in the aquatic ecosystem. They help in controlling water weeds, mosquito population which are responsible for spreading malaria and other diseases.
Purposes and habitat degradation have highly threatened the survival of the species in the country. Some species are already vulnerable or even close to extinction. Therefore, conservation awareness among the people, protection of their habitats, complete ban on their illegal hunting and legal farming can help these holy creatures to be inherited to the next generations.

1. Ganges, softshell turtle Aspideretes gangeticus (cuvier,1825)
The species mostly prefers to live in rivers but may also be found in ponds and lakes. It grows upto 94 cm in length and 67 kg in weight. It is listed in CITE's Appendix-1

2. Elongated tortoise Indotestudo elongata(Blyth, 1853)
It is found in the forests and woodlands of siwalik and Terai. It grows up-to 33 cm in length and 3 kg in weight. It lives exclusively on land it groups up to. It is listed in CITES Appendix-II and as endangered in IUCN's Red Data Book.

3. Tricarinate hill turtle melanochelys triacarinata (Bluyth,1856)
It is a terrestrial species and lives in most forests and grasslands of siwaliks. It is 17 cm long and 627 gm in weight. It is listed in CITES Appendix-land as vulnerable in IUCN's Red Data Book.
4. Common roofed turtle Pangshura Tectum (Gray,1831).
It is mostly found in lakes and slow moving water badies. It grows up to 24 cm in length and weight about 1 kg. It is listed in CITES Appendix-I.

Technical Details
1. Subject:        a) Ganges Softs hell Turle
                       b) Elongated Tortoise
                       c) Tircarinate hill Turtle
                       d) Common Roofed Turtle
2. Denomination:           Rs. 10 each
3. Size:                         42.5 mm x 31.5 mm
4. Format:                    Horizontal
5. Color:                       Four colors' with phosphor
6. Sheet composition:    Twenty stamps per sheet
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FIRST DAY COVER SAMPLE
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Available List of Philatelic Items





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Available List of Philatelic Items





From the above lists, if you are willing to buy any of those, please do mail me with the serial number and the amount of stamps. We will reply you with the respective prices you need to spend.
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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Sheet Price List

 









Nepali 1 Rupees 2011, June
Native Postmarks of Nepal.
Block of 50 mint stamps.

$ 3.00 including Registration+handling charge
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we can provide some discount.
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Nepali 1 Rupees 2011, June

Native Postmarks of Nepal.
Block of 50 mint stamps.

$ 3.00 including Registration+handling charge
Note: If you want large quantity of  sheet of stamp then,
we can provide some discount.
For further information:
trichandra.shrestha@gmail.com
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Nepali 2 Rupees 2011, June

Native Postmarks of Nepal.
Block of 50 mint stamps.


$ 4.00 including Registration+handling charge
Note: If you want large quantity of  sheet of stamp then,
we can provide some discount.
For further information:
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Nepali 2 Rupees 2011, June

Native Postmarks of Nepal.
Block of 50 mint stamps.

$ 4.00 including Registration+handling charge
Note: If you want large quantity of  sheet of stamp then,
we can provide some discount.
For further information:
trichandra.shrestha@gmail.com

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Nepali 3 Rupees 2011, June

Native Postmarks of Nepal.
Block of 50 mint stamps.

$ 5.00 including Registration+handling charge
Note: If you want large quantity of  sheet of stamp then,
we can provide some discount.
For further information:
trichandra.shrestha@gmail.com
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Nepali 5 Rupees 2011, June
Nepal Tourism Year-2011.
Block of 50 mint stamps.

$ 6.00 including Registration+handling charge
Note: If you want large quantity of  sheet of stamp then,
we can provide some discount.
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Saturday, July 9, 2011

First regular postal service

According to several Nepalese sources like Arjun Shumsher J. B. Rana (Ninety Years of Nepal Postage, 1965), S. K. Bhattarai (Historical Review of Postal Service in Nepal 1875–1967, Philately Vol. II No. 1, 1967) and T. B. Khatri (The Postage Stamps of Nepal, 1973) Nepal's regular postal services started in 1875 on major routes linking Kathmandu with Gorkha, Pokhara and Palpa. The regular postal services started with the appointment of runners who were strictly instructed to carry official mails only and they were not allowed to carry any public mails. The runners travel on foot, which often took long time for mails to reach their destinations. In 1876 horse–riders were also appointed so that the mails started to reach earlier than before. Up to 1878 this postal service was not available to the public. However, it became more organized from late 1878 with the establishment of NEPAL HULAKGHAR 35 (Nepal Post Office, 35 = 1935VS = 1878) in Kathmandu and several post offices in different strategically important towns and on routes connecting them. The year 1879 was exclusively important in the postal history of Nepal when the postal service was made available to the general public for which the senders had to pay postage fee in advance, which appears to be ½ Anna (equivalent to 2 pice / paisa) for a standard letter. The mails of general public were usually scripted by manuscript endorsement of Mahasul Chukti (Fee Paid) with a notation of the amount paid. Several examples of Mahasul Chukti covers are known from Palpa, Kalaiya, Kathmandu etc.
Beside Nepal Hulak Ghar (Kathmandu post office) there is deem information that some 42 (later 48 by 1881) post offices were established at different times before the introduction of postage stamps in 1881. Because of the birth and death of post offices at irregular frequencies during this period, it becomes very difficult to ascertain the exact number of these early post offices.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postage_stamps_and_postal_history_of_Nepal#Early_postal_history

Postal History Of Nepal

* Punya R. Sthapit 
Today postage stamp has become a very common item for all from a layman to learned ones all over the world. That may be because usage of postage stamp is quite simple.
Nepalese stamps are also gaining popularity. The growing number of foreign philatelists as Nepalese stamps-lovers is a testimony to this.
Professor Dr. Kun Hoo Rhee, a Korean Senior Psychiatrist, is among such foreign philatelists who are interested in Nepalese stamps.
Dr. Rhee owns an art gallery in Korea and has deep interest in mountains, bio-diversity and paintings. He has already been an important figure in bridging Korean and Nepalese people.
He exhibited Nepal’s stamps from his collection at the hall of Nepal Association of Fine Arts (NAFA) at Bal Mandir, Naxal, Kathmandu from 5th to 15 Jan 2010. His style of exhibition looked unique. He kept the stamps inside transparent bags one by one and on the floor with various items focusing realistic figures / items.
Prof Rhee has also two books-- The Spirits of Himalaya and Nepal stamp icon and Short Essays about Nepal in his credit.
When foreigners like Rhee are interested in Nepalese postal stamps, the locals as well as the government authorities have done little to promote philatelic activities in Nepal.
If we look at the history, we find that the postal service in Nepal began from 1875 AD from Kathmandu to Gorkha, Pokhara and Palpa. Three years after it, the Post Office was established in 1878 (1935 BS).
In April 1978, the nation celebrated the Postal Centenary Year. This was also the New Year day of 2035 BS. On that occasion, two commemorative stamps of 25 paisa and 75 paisa were issued. The stamp designed by Mr. Kanchha K. Karmacharya clearly displayed the pictures of "Nepal Hulak Ghar" (the GPO building) and the date of Nepal’s first postal mark.
Regarding the postal history of Nepal, the first issues released on 13 April 1881 cost 1 anna (blue), 2 anna (brown) and 4 anna (green). They were of the European woven native papers in both perforate and imperforate conditions. The perforate stamp has its border-holes and the imperforate is without border-hole.
The number of post offices went on increasing from the 47 post offices of 1938 BS to 116 in 1959. In 1882 their numbers stood at 82, in 1950 they further increased to 85 and 102 in 1958 BS. Currently, the number of the post offices in Nepal stands at 3996, according to a Postal Department bulletin, Annual Report 2006.
In 1887, the British Embassy set up its own post office. The name got changed into the Post Office of the Indian Embassy after India got independency in 1947. Later, it was closed in 1965.
In 1963, postal relation was established with Pakistan. On 13 April 1965 (2023 Baisak 1), Foreign Post Office along with International Parcel Services were established in Kathmandu. The opening day of the both offices was the first day of Baishakh, the New Year according to Bikram era. Six months after of the event, the International Exchange Office with Tibet, China, at Kodari (Nepal) was established on 19 October 1965. On the same day of the New Year, the postal mail service was initiated in between Nepal and the United Kingdom.
Nepal’s First philatelic exhibition at Lain Chour, Kathmandu was inaugurated by the then Crown Prince, Birendra Bir Bikram Shah. That historic exhibition was the most significant event of Nepal’s philatelic history. Then a 15 paisa commemorative stamp was issued. The stamp was triangular in shape, second after 12 paisa stamp issued on 14 Dec 1956 on the occasion of the Nepal’s entry in the UN.
The postal stationery, a branch of philately includes all the items of postcards / letter-cards, envelopes, registered envelopes, aerogramme, postal wrappers for news papers and magazines. Besides the postage stamps, the dignity of the philately deserves along with the postal stationeries.
The world’s first postcard was introduced by Austria. The world’s first postal stationery item deserves its identity. Nepal’s First Postcard of vermilion colour was introduced in 1887.
The first envelope (of 4 paisa) of green colour was brought out in 1933. The first registered envelope, 27 paisa, of orange colour was issued in 1936.
First aerogramme, 8 paisa of blue colour was introduced on 15 April 1959. Its two varieties are with and without the symbol of Garudas, the bird, at its four corners. Mint or unused copy without Swastika mark has become very rare in Nepal.

POSTAL HISTORY OF NEPAL

Postal History of Nepal is first wrapped in a mystery, since the sequence of events, the postal sector is not yet clear. Therefore, it becomes necessary to rely on existing materials, as related Mohur Lal (Red Seal) and kings joined the black paper from Nepal and the Rana Prime Ministers, respectively. Information left by previous studies help to determine this issue to some degree. The rules and regulations, although very few published in various irregular intervals also supports this area. In addition, existing postal covers much help reveal many facts about the postal history of Nepal. Kagate Hulak (Post paper) and Thaple Hulak (Post Burden) were known to exist when Prithvi Narayan Shah (king of Nepal from 1768 to 1775). There is no information on any type of postal system in pre-and Lichhavi Lichhavi periods in Nepal. And virtually no information on the system of the Malla dynasty in the kingdoms of postal Valley are known.

However, there is some information about the launch of a regular communication during the time of King Prithvi Narayan Shah (of unified Nepal, from 1768 to 1775), the founder of modern Nepal.

Contacts between Kathmandu, Nuwakot, Gorkha and other areas were so important to the union's campaign (for 1744-1810) that without a good infrastructure, communications, it was almost impossible to control the areas of extreme sleeping with success. Kagate Hulak (Post paper) and Thaple Hulak (Post Burden) is known to have a network in the country during his time (Babu Ram Acharya, 1968, Prithvi Narayan Shree Panchen Maharajdhiraj Shahko Sanchhipta Jivanee Part 3). These primitive, yet so efficient postal systems have been regulated by government messengers and runners who were assigned to carry out orders and official documents (for Kagate Hulak) and cargo of government (Thaple Hulak). The public was not allowed to use the public message as it was used exclusively for government business only. General Bhimsen Thapa (prime minister from 1806 to 1837) was credited as one of the pioneers of modern Nepal reformers.

Among the many improvements introduced by Bhimsen Thapa during the reign of Rajendra Bikram Shah (king of Nepal from 1816 to 1847) postal reform was felt in the state of extreme poverty of much importance in the territory of Nepal on the Mahakali River Mechi river west and east. Previously, before the war from 1814 to 1815 to 1816 (seven months in the first phase, and two months in the second phase = total of nine months) with British India, the territory of Nepal have spread to the river Sutlej west and east of the Tista River. And, because of the lack of well-organized postal system in the newly conquered areas (1768-1815) of the capital, it became very difficult to control so overwhelmed (almost 1,500 kilometers from west to east) Imperial reign. Still, it took several years in the postal system to be adjusted because of this large country with difficult terrain.

During the year, Rajendra Bikram Shah (the king of Nepal, 1817-1847), wide opening of the postal reforms, the creation of several postal routes, there are evidenced Mohurs Lal (red royal seal on documents), their properties.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Commemorative Covers




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New Arrival- 2010



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New Arrival- 2010



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New Arrival- 2010



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New Arrival- 2010



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New Arrival- 2010



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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Nepali Banknotes

RS. 100 BANKNOTE WITH MT. EVEREST



On September 29, 2008 Nepal issued a new banknote of 100 Rupees denomination with usual color and size. On front left it has the picture of Mount Everest from south face, on right it has the watermark of Nepal’s national flower Rhododendron. It has the signature of acting Governor Mr.K.B.Manandhar.



RS. 10 BANKNOTE WITH MT. EVEREST


On September 26, 2008 Nepal issued a new banknote of 10 Rupees denomination with usual color and size. On front left it has the picture of Mount Everest from south face, on right it has the watermark of Nepal’s national flower Rhododendron. It has the signature of acting Governor Mr.K.B.Manandhar.


RS. 5 BANKNOTE WITH T. EVEREST

On September 23, 2008 Nepal issued a new banknote of 5 Rupees denomination with usual color and size. On front left it has the picture of Mount Everest from south face, on right it has the watermark of Nepal’s national flower Rhododendron. It has the signature of acting Governor Mr.K.B.Manandhar.



RS. 20 BANKNOTE WITH MT. EVEREST

On September 26, 2008 Nepal issued a new banknote of 20 Rupees denomination with usual color and size. On front left it has the picture of Mount Everest from south face, on right it has the watermark of Nepal’s national flower Rhododendron. It has the signature of acting Governor Mr.K.B.Manandhar.






RS. 50 BANKNOTE WITH MT. EVEREST


On September 23, 2008 Nepal issued a new banknote of 50 Rupees denomination with usual color and size. On front left it has the picture of Mount Everest from south face, on right it has the watermark of Nepal’s national flower Rhododendron. It has the signature of acting Governor Mr.K.B.Manandhar.


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