Letter journey – The first postal system was started in India in the year 1766, Warren Hastings established the first post office in Kolkata in the year 1774.
A postcard, inland letter, or envelope is usually used to send letters.
A postage stamp is put on the letter so that the postal department can get the cost of transporting the letter from one place to another.
To write a letter, first of all, it should be noted that, for whomever the letter is being written to, one should use respect and courtesy and respectful words.
In the olden days, some people used to write and post letters to each other.
Some people are happy to write a letter. There are many means of communication in today’s time. From mobile phones, and e-mails to Facebook, WhatsApp, and many other social media platforms, people connect with each other.
In the olden days, someone used to wait for a letter to arrive. There was a sense of belonging in the letters.
To strengthen the test takers to send information about someone, to know someone’s news, and to encourage brothers and sisters engaged in special responsibilities.
Earlier, the satisfaction that I used to get by reading letters in my mind, today where do I get that satisfaction by reading SMS in my phone.
It is one of the few temples in the country where the name of God comes. Many people of the country send the first card of every auspicious work done in their house here in the name of Lord Ganesha. The address is written on the card – ‘Shri Ganesh ji, Ranthambore Fort, District – Sawai Madhopur (Rajasthan)’. The postman also delivers these letters to the temple with full reverence and respect.
After this, the priest reads the letters in front of Lord Ganesha and places them at his feet. It is believed that by sending an invitation to Lord Ganesha in this temple, all the work gets completed well.