The sangai deer is a subspecies of the brow-antlered deer that is available only in Manipur. The deer is distinctive for its unique bow-shaped antlers, and its elegant movement, which is best described as a dance. Systematic efforts succeeded in arresting the decline in the population of sangai. Today Keibul Lamjao National Park has more than 150 sangai compared to 14 counted in 1974. The slow loris is a round-headed lemur found in Tripura and parts of northeastern India. It has brown circles around its eyes. In the evening they wake up in search of food. Wild Guava is a rare plant found only in Tripura. It is smaller in size than guava and sour in taste and its plant is like a small bush. If you want to collect Indian Stamps and Miniature sheets, then you visit Philacy.com.
31-03-2000: Indepex- Asiana 2000 14th Asian International Stamp Exhibition Calcutta (1st Issue): Natural Heritage of Manipur and Tripura Miniature Sheet
Indian Postal Department published a set of four Miniature sheets on Natural Heritage Indepex Asiana-2000 of Manipur and Tripura, Siroi Lily, Sangai Deer, Slow Loris and Wild Guava. Indepex-Asiana 2000 was the 14th Asian International Postal Exhibition organized in association with the Indian Philatelic Congress. Held under the aegis of the Federation of Philately and recognition of Federation International de Philately Indepex Asiana 2000 is the first Asian International Philatelic Exhibition organized by India. This international philatelic collection celebrated 50 years of the Republic of India. The exhibition was held on 7th December 2000 at the Netaji Indoor Stadium in Kolkata. The Siroi Lily is an Iris species found only in the upper reaches of the Sirohi Hills of Manipur. This plant grows on the eastern edge of the hills in the Sirohi Kasom region. This plant begins to bloom with spring and continues to bloom for two months.