The division of posts released a personalized ‘My Stamp’ on Culture Working Group (CWG) throughout G20 tradition ministers’ assembly at Varanasi on Saturday. Postmaster normal, Varanasi area, Krishna Kumar Yadav offered the primary set of stamps to Union tradition and tourism minister G Kishan Reddy.
The stamp was released in the presence of Union minister of state (MoS) for tradition Arjun Ram Meghwal; Union MoS for exterior affairs and tradition Meenakshi Lekhi; secretary, ministry of tradition, Govind Mohan; director normal, ASI, Kishore Ok. Basa and cultural ministers of assorted nations.
Reddy, whereas appreciating the stamp, mentioned, “A stamp presents a visible anecdote of the sender nation to the recipients, facilitating a cultural trade and establishing cultural context. This stamp is an concept motif to characterize the imaginative and prescient of “Culture Unites All” campaign under the tradition monitor of the G20. As an iconic cultural image, this stamp is an effort to strengthen our cultural spirit and tie international relations collectively.”
Postmaster normal Krishna Kumar Yadav mentioned, “My Stamp is a tribute to the campaign celebrating the ability of tradition in fostering collaboration and mutual respect via its thoughtfully crafted design and symbolism. Based mostly on the theme ‘Culture Unites All’, 5,000 sheets, together with these 60,000 customised stamps, have been printed.”
“The ‘Culture Unites All’ stamp has been crafted as a particular emblem. On the left aspect, Warli artwork collectible figurines in white, in opposition to terracotta backdrop, the colour of earth. United in a circle, the figures pose becoming a member of palms, indicating power and interconnectedness. Adjoining to it on the appropriate, a circle of indigo with a swirl of white alluding to circularity, reflecting the eco centric ideas of cut back, reuse and recycle. On the entire, this considerate design spotlights the concept of ‘Culture for Life’, (way of life for surroundings) for a cleaner, greener and bluer future for all,” Yadav mentioned.