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Indian Immigration 1835 It was in 1834 that labourers were introduced under a private importation scheme which lasted until 1839. In August 1834, a batch of 39 free labourers on board the Sarah from Bombay arrived in the colony. On … Continue reading
Hindi Diwas(Day) is celebrated across the country at 14th of September every year to remember the historic occasion of the Hindi. It was started celebrating as a Hindi Diwas as Hindi written in Devnagari script was approved as an official language … Continue reading
63rd FIFA Congress Mauritius 2013 150th Anniversary of Red Cross Sites & Monuments
Mauritius has commemorated the 240th anniversary of its Postal services by issuing four special stamps . The Mauritius Post is one of the oldest postal services in the world. It started from overseas mail by sea with a coach distribution … Continue reading
Mauritius Post has issued a set of stamps on 4th April 2012 on the occasion of Law Day.First Day Cover is available at all Post Offices and the Philatelic Bureau located in the Postal Museum, Port Louis.
Mauritius Post issued a beautiful set of stamps on tea industry of the country.Stamps issued on 19th Dec. 2011
Mauritius has issued a stamp on HIV and AIDS Awareness .The issue highlights 30th Anniversary of discovery of HIV/AIDS virus.
By Anurag Vajpeyi Giant tortoises were found on all islands in the western Indian Ocean until Mauritius was colonised in the 1600s and an increasing number of settlers and explorers visited the Seychelles islands removing and killing tortoises. It was … Continue reading