PM Modi publishes a book on Ram Temple and commemorative postage stamps.

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The 48-page stamp book, which features stamps from more than 20 nations, is an attempt to highlight Lord Ram’s popularity on a global scale.

On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled a book containing stamps from all over the world celebrating the venerated deity, as well as a set of commemorative postage stamps devoted to the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

With six unique elements, the stamps’ elaborate design perfectly encapsulates the spirit of Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Mandir. The Ram Mandir itself, the ageless Choupai “Mangal Bhavan Amangal Hari,” the holy Saryu River, a luminous picture of the sun, and sculptures within and outside the temple are a few of these.

The collection’s six stamps feature important characters and themes from the Ramayana. These are Lord Ganesh, Lord Hanuman, Ma Shabri, Kevatraj, Jatayu, and the Ram Temple.

“I had the chance to participate in another programme today that was associated with the Pran Pratishtha ceremony held at Ram Mandir. Six postage stamps honouring the Ram Temple were published today. In addition, a book of stamps honouring Lord Ram was made available worldwide, according to a video statement from Prime Minister Modi.

“Everyone is connected to Lord Ram, Goddess Sita, and the stories of the Ramayana, regardless of their caste or religion.” The Ramayana tells us that love triumphs over all obstacles. It has drawn interest from all across the world because it unites all of mankind with itself, he said.

Each stamp, according to officials, is elegantly decorated with a gold leaf depicting sun rays and the Choupai, which gives the whole miniature sheet a regal feel.

The five elements—earth, fire, water, air, and sky—also known as the “Panchabhutas”—are included onto these stamps, which is what makes them unique. The stamps represent the perfect harmony of Panchamahabhutas through a variety of design aspects, which are thought to be necessary for all manifestations in Hindu philosophy.

A 48-page book that illuminates Lord Ram’s global impact is released alongside the stamp. More than 20 countries’ stamps, including those from the US, NZ, Singapore, Canada, Cambodia, and even international bodies like the UN, are displayed in the book. The purpose of this compilation is to highlight Lord Ram’s enduring popularity and global influence on a variety of societies.

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