Botad: Union Minister of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairy Industry Department Parshottambhai Rupala, Mr. A commemorative postage stamp was issued by the Department of Posts, Government of India in memory of Visamanbapu.
On this occasion, Union Minister Parshottambhai Rupala while releasing the commemorative postage stamp said that whether they get an opportunity to go to the Kumbh Mela or not, these monks and saints had the darshan of the mini Kumbh Mela. Postal is a very beautiful word. Only the postal department can make such a beautiful arrangement that news can be delivered from Kashmir to Kanyakumari for 15 paise. With the release of this commemorative postage stamp, now the world will also be introduced to Visaman Bapu. The resolution of the Post Department to release these postage stamps as part of the celebration of Amrit Mohotsav of Azadi has been fulfilled. On this occasion, Rupala thanked Vadashardhan Narendrabhai Modi and said that as a Kathiawadi I congratulate Vadashardhan, due to his strong leadership, our country is making important contributions in all fields on the world stage. In addition
On this occasion, Union Communications Minister (State) Devusinhji Chauhan said, “We feel proud of our tradition of ‘Tukdo Ten Hari Dhookdo'”. Visamanbapu’s place has become a center of faith for the whole of India. Calling this event of postage stamp release unforgettable, Devusinghji said that he will never forget this event.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Postmaster Neeraj Kumar said that it has been the tradition of the Indian Post Department to preserve the cultural heritage. All the officers and employees of the Post Department are overwhelmed by this occasion.
In this program, monks and saints, present dignitaries and villagers paid tribute to Prime Minister Narendrabhai Modi’s mother Heeraba through Ram Dhun.
Mahamandelswar Nirmalaba Undbapu and Muktananda Bapu delivered the blessing in this program. The closing ceremony of the program was performed by Bhaalubapu.
Dhandhuka MLA Kalabhai Dabhi, Botad District Superintendent of Police Kishorebhai Balolia, monks and saints and a large number of devotees were present on this occasion.