India and Turkmenistan – 30 Years of Partnership was completed on 4th March 2022. The Department of Post released a joint post stamp to celebrate 30 years of establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Turkmenistan. Sankirtana and Kushtdepdi both stamps are based on the traditional art of singing and dancing of Turkmenistan and India. These traditional dance and singing customs of India and Turkmenistan are part of the Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity (ICHH), which is a list of art and culture of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
03-04-2022: India and Turkmenistan – 30 Years of Partnership (Sankirtana) Postage Stamp
India and Turkmenistan – 30 Years of Partnership (Sankirtana) is a memorable stamp of the Vaishnava religion to commemorate Sankirtana. Sankirtana is a series of arts by the Vaishnava People of Manipur plains. It was organized in the Vaishnava temple. It is depicted to show the lifestyle, religious occasions and various stages of the Vaishnava religion. In Sankirtana, performers also play the role of Krishna and describe the lives and deeds of Krishna through song and dance. Sankirtana also shows the relationship between nature and humans.
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