See Pic! Vande Bharat stamp released to commemorate Indian Railways iconic train; price: Rs 5
Indian Railways Integrated Coach Factory (ICF) at Chennai in collaboration with the Department of Post has released a commemorative stamp on India's first semi-high speed train Vande Bharat.
Indian Railway's Integrated Coach Factory (ICF) at Chennai in collaboration with the Department of Post has released a commemorative stamp on India's first semi-high speed train Vande Bharat. The stamp released is priced at Rs 5. At the time of release, both the Indian postal department and the Indian Railways officials informed that purpose of Vande Bharat Express stamp is to inform Indian millennials about India's first semi-high speed train.
Source: Indian Railways, Department of Post
The Rs 5 stamp released by the Indian Railways and the Department of Post, Vande Bharat Express has been written both in Hindi and in English. It also informs that Vande Bharat Express is India's first indigenously built semi-high speed train. A the bottom of the stamp, Integral Coach Factory (ICF) that manufactured Vande Bharat Express is also written.
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The Vande Bharat Express runs on New Delhi - Varanasi route - Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Lok Sabha constituency. The train was offered to the Indian railways passengers on February 15th 2019 by the PM Modi. While traveling from New Delhi to Varanasi, the Vande Bharat Express passes through three railway zones — Northern Railway, North Central Railway and North Eastern Railway. In North Central Railway Zone, this semi-high speed train travels around 600 kms from Chipiyana Bujurg to Prayagraj Junction.
The Indian Railways officials are planning to introduce Vande Bharat Express train services from New Delhi to Mata Vaishno Devi Katra. Trial of the Vande Bharat Express services in this rail route has already begun and the railway authority may soon announce the Vande Bharat Express train gift to the commuters from New Delhi to Mata Vaishno Devi Katra.