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In the World, more than 100 nations have released postage stamps depicting Gandhiji’s photos in respect for his Ahimsa way to attain freedom for the nation. There are almost 300 postages have been released about Gandhiji in the countries of World, other than India.


INDIAN STAMPS:


Here are the few stamps that are released in India in memory of Gandhiji’s service to get freedom for the nation




Stamp honouring Kasturi-Ba and Mohandas Gandhi (known as Bapuji)



A Gandhi Centenary (1869-1969)



"Gandhi as India" -- Gandhi as Father of the Nation


Stamp based on the famous cartoon by Ranga




Detail from a stamp honouring Gandhi’s contribution to India



Detail from a stamp honouring Gandhi’s contribution to India





On the occasion of the first anniversary of India's Independence Day



In 1979 (05 Mar) International Year of the Child.


OTHER COUNTRIES STAMPS:




In Recognition for his Non-Violence way to achieve freedom










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