The Himalchuli is the second highest mountain of the Manaslu Himal. The mountain has three summits, East (7'893 m), West (7'540 m) and North (7'371 m). It is ranked as the 18th highest peak on earth.
First Ascent: 1960 by the Japanese climbers Hisashi Tanabe and Masahiro Harada.
The stamp shows a distant view from Laurebina Yak (Gosainkund trail) towards the Manaslu Himal.
Nepal 1984, Aerogramme, Gorkha.
The mountains in the background are Himalchuli West 7'540 m (left) and Himalchuli 7'893 m.
The image does not shows Mt. Everest, as written on the stamp. It shows a view from Mt. Shivapuri (2'718 m), located just north of Kathmandu towards the Manaslu Himal. The bird is labeled as Parus major (Great Tit) but it actually seems to be Parus monticolus (Green-backed Tit).
The stamp was issued in the series "Mountains & Birds".