BHAVANI - 638 301
Cancellation depicts 'Sabgameswarar Temple'. A place situated in the midst of Five Hills named as Bhavani Kudal because of the confluence of of river Bhavani with Cauvery.
 
 
C.M.C HOSPITAL, VELLORE - 632 004
Cancellation depicts the emblem of the Hospital. Christian Medical College and Hospital, Vellore (CMC Vellore) is an educational and research institute and a tertiary care hospital located at Vellore. Founded in 1900 by an American missionary, Dr Ida S. Scudder.
 
 
CUTRALAM - 627 802
Cancellation depicts 'Main Water Falls'. A tourist spot. Water Falls is the chief attraction of this place. There are number of Water Falls containing Herbal & Mineral values.
 
 
ETTAIYAPURAM - 628 902
Cancellation depicts 'Subramanya Bharathiar Memorial'. This is the Birth place of poet Bharathi.
 
 
GINGEE - 604 202
Cancellation depicts 'Gingee Fort'. Place of Historical Monumental & Archialogical importanc. Famous for Two hills Viz. Krishnagiri and Rajagiri for their fortification sand moat.
 
 
HASTAMPATTI - 636 007'
Cancellation depicts 'Khadi Spinning Wheel Charkha'. A small town near Salem where Gandhiji stayed during his vist to Tamil Nadu.
 
 
ISHANA VIHAR - 641 114
Cancellation depicts 'Adhi Yogi'. The first yogi, who offered the yogic sciences to the world over 15,000 years ago. The Abode is located in the Isha Institute near Coimbatore.
 
 
KALAKAD - 627 501
Cancellation depicts 'Lion-Tailed Macaque'. Wild Life sanctuaryand place of tourism. Lion Tailed Macaques, one of the rare species living in this foest.
 
 
KANYAKUMARI - 629 702
Cancellation depicts 'Swami Vivekananda Rock Memorail'. Land's End of India where Swami Vivekananda Meditated in 1892.
 
 
KAVALUR - 635 701
Cancellation depicts 'Vainu Bappu observatory Telescope'. Sri Vainu Bappu observatory is located here. The observatory is well known to World Astronomers.
 
 
KODAIKANAL - 624 103
Cancellation depicts 'Observatory'. Hill Station and Summer resort situated in Western Ghat hills.
 
 
KODIKKARAI - 614 807
Cancellation depicts 'Flemigo'. A Bird Sanctuary famous for Overseas Birds like Flemigoes.
 
 
MADURAI - 625 001
Cancellation depicts 'Panida King's Flag'. Athens of South India. Capital of ancient Pandia emperors. Famous for Meenakshi Temple.
 
 
MAMALLAPURAM - 603 104
Cancellation depicts 'Shore Temple'. A place situated on the sea shore of Bay of Bengal. Famous for Cave Temples and carvings on stones of Pallava period.
 
 
MANAPAD - 628 209
Cancellation depicts 'Lighthouse'. The construction of this lighthouse was started by the British in 1887 and completed in 1888. The main function of this lighthouse then was to guide the fishermen living here who made a living by diving for pearls in the sea.
 
 
MUDUMALAI - 643 221
Cancellation depicts 'Indian Bison'. A Wild Life sanctury at a height of 8885 to 10000 Mtrs. in Blue Mountains famous for Elephants and Bisons.
 
 
MUTTOM - 629 202
Cancellation depicts 'Lighthouse' at Muttom near Colachel, a tiny coastal village in Kanyakumari district, which is 15.22 metres high. The British Government started its construction in 1857 and completed the work in 1882. The lighthouse guided British vessels cruising between Colombo and ports on India’s west coast.
 
 
MYLAPORE - 600 004
Cancellation depicts 'Peacock and Punna Tree'. Place of famous Siva Temple named as Mylapore after Peacock.
 
 
NAGORE - 611 002
Cancellation depicts 'Dargah Sharif'. Holy place of Muslims. Durga Sherif is and object of great veneration.
 
 
PALANI - 624 601
Cancellation depicts 'Kavadi'. Important Hindu Pilgrim Centre dedicated to Lord Muruga.
 
 
PONDICHERRY - 605 001
Cancellation depicts Aayi Mandapam. This is also known as the Park Monument, is one of the attractive monument in Pondicherry situated at the midst of picturesque Government Park (Bharathi Park). Built in the 16th century during the period of Napoleon III in France and is named after a renowned courtesan.
 
 
PERUR - 641 010
Cancellation depicts 'Temple and the Deity'. Pre-Historic Siva Temple santified by St. Appar and St. Sundarar.
 
 
PHILATELIC BUREAU CHENNAI - 600 002
Cancellation depicts 'Philatelic Bureau Building'. Chennai Philatelic Bureau Housed in the First Electric Cinema Theater of South India situated at Anna Road, Chennai.
 
 
RAMESWARAM - 623 526
Cancellation depicts '1000 Pillor Carridor'. World famous 3rd Largest 1000 Pillor is located in tis temple Corridor of Rameswaram Temple built by Raja of Ramnad.
 
 
SRI AUROBINDO ASHRAM, PONDICHERRY - 605 002
Cancellation depicts the emblem of the Asharam. Sri Aurobindo Ashram is located in Pondicherry, a small coastal town 160 km south of Chennai, in South India. It is a spiritual community established by Sri Aurobindo on 24 November 1926.
 
 
SRI RAMANASHRAMAM, THIRUVANNAMALAI - 606 603
Cancellation depicts the emblem of the Asharam. Sri Ramana Ashram, also known as Sri Ramanasramam, is the ashram which was home to modern sage and Advaita Vedanta philosopher Ramana Maharshi from 1922 until his death in 1950.
 
 
SRIRANGAM - 620 006
Cancellation depicts 'Deity's Serpent'. A holy shrine of Vaishnavites called as Boologa Vaikuntam. Lord Ranganatha exhibits himself in the laying posture - Anantha Sayanam in Serpent bed.
 
 
THANJAVUR - 613 001
Cancellation depicts 'Brugadeeswara Temple'. A place of Historical Importance with Braghdeswarar Temple called as Big Temple built by Raja Raja Cholan.
 
 
THIRUCHENGODU - 637 211
Cancellation depicts 'Deity Arthanareeswarar'. Arthanareeswarar temple is located on a hill near Tiruchengode in Namakkal District. It is an ancient Hindu Temple known for its manifestation of Half Male Half Female Lord Ardhanarishvara (Shiva). One of the 64 manifestations of Shiva, representing the unity of Shiva and his consort Parvati.
 
 
THIRUCHIRAPPALLI - 620 001
Cancellation depicts ' Rock Fort Temple'. Rock Fort - a symbol of Thiruchirappalli city. Built of huge granite boulders during 16th century by Nayak Kings of Madurai. It houses famous Thayumanavar and Vinayagar Temples.
 
 
THIRUVAIYARU - 613 204
Cancellation depicts 'Tambura'. A village where St. Thiyagaraja a great composer of Karnatic Music lived.
 
 
THIRUVARUR - 610 001
Cancellation depicts 'Temple Car'. The place where Shiva Temple is having 2nd biggest car in Tamilnadu and birth place of Karnatic Music Trinities.
 
 
TIRUVANNAMALAI - 606 601
Cancellation depicts ' Deepam'. Tiruvannamalai is named after the central deity of the Annamalaiyar Temple, Annamalaiyar. During the Karthigai Deepam festival a huge beacon is lit atop the Annamalai hill. On the day preceding each full moon, pilgrims circumnavigate the temple base and the Annamalai hills in a worship called Girivalam.
 
 
TOPSLIP - 642 133
Cancellation depicts 'Nilgiri Tahr'. Wild Life Sancturary situated at a altitude of 2500 ft. with natural echo system.
 
 
UDAGAMANDALAM - 643 001
Cancellation depicts 'Tota Hut'. Famous Hill Station. Todas and ancient inhabitants of the upper Nilgiri Plateau lives here. One of the characteristic feature of the settlements of this Pastroal Tribe is their barrel-vaulted dwelling place. They call it as 'RSH'. Made out of Bamboo Canes and Thatching Grass to suit the climatic condition of the Hill Region.
 
 
VADALUR - 607 303
Cancellation depicts 'Sathya Gnana Sabai'. Vallalar's sincere wish is that people living in every nook and corner of the world should get the experience of the Grace Light he got and live for ever with immortality. To symbolize this, he built a specially designed Hall of Wisdom through his followers at Vadalur for universal Worship. This hall was named by him as "Sathya Gnana Sabai".
 
 
VAILANKANNI - 611 111
Cancellation depicts 'St. Mary's Church'. The place of apparition of Our Lady of Health. A pilgrim centre.
 
 
VEDANTHANGAL - 603 314
Cancellation depicts 'Pelican'. Bird Sanctuary and a Tourist Spot.
 
 
VELLORE - 632 001
Cancellation depicts 'Vellore Fort'. Vellore Fort is a large 16th-century fort situated in heart of the city built by Vijayanagara kings. The fort was at one time the headquarters of the Aravidu Dynasty of the Vijayanagara Empire. The fort is known for its grand ramparts, wide moat and robust masonry. The fort's ownership passed from Vijayanagara kings, to the Bijapur sultans, to the Marathas, to the Carnatic Nawabs and finally to the British, who held the fort until India gained independence. During British rule, the Tipu Sultan's family and the last king of Sri Lanka, Sri Vikrama Rajasinha were held as prisoners in the fort. The fort houses the Jalakanteswarar Hindu temple, the Christian St. John's Church and a Muslim Mosque.