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|Image of Currency||Value||Dimensions||Main colour||Description||Date of Issue|
|₹1||97 × 63 mm||Green and Pink||Sagar Samrat oil rig||2015|
|₹5||117 × 63 mm||Green||Tractor||2002 / 2009|
|₹10||123 x 63 mm||Chocolate brown||Konark Sun Temple||2018|
|₹20||147 × 63 mm||Red-Orange||Mount Harriet, Port Blair||2001 / 2006|
|₹50||135 × 66 mm||Fluorescent blue||Hampi with Chariot||2017|
|₹100||142 x 66 mm||Lavender||Rani ki Vav||2018|
|₹200||146 × 66 mm||Bright Yellow||Sanchi Stupa||2017|
|₹500||150 × 66 mm||Stone Grey||Red Fort||2016|
|₹2000||166 × 66 mm||Magenta||Mangalyaan||2016|
About 2000 Rupees :-
The size of the new note is 66mm x 166mm
Denominational numeral 2000 in Devanagari
The new denomination has motif of the Mangalyaan on the reverse, depicting the country’s first venture in interplanetary space.
Swachh Bharat logo with slogan
It is magenta coloured note,
It has Braille print on it,
About 500 Rupees :-
The new size of the note is 66mm x150mm and the new colour of the note is stone grey.
The previous banknotes of the Mahatma Gandhi Series, in circulation between October 1997 and November 2016,
on the back side of the note, an image of the Red Fort with Indian flag has been placed.
Other features include intaglio printing of Mahatma Gandhi portrait,
Ashoka Pillar emblem, bleed lines, circle with circle with 500 in the right, and the identification mark to enable the visually impaired person to identify the denomination.
About 200 Rupees :-
The size of the new note is 146mm × 66mm and the colour of the note is Bright Yellow.
The previous banknotes of the Mahatma Gandhi Series, Issue in 2017
It is India’s first 200 rupee note. Which is included in the list of Indian currency.
on the back side of the note, an image of the Sanchi Stupa.
About 100 Rupees :-
The size of the new note is 73 mm x 157mm
The first 100-rupee notes featured the portrait of George VI.
It is Blue-green coloured Indian Note
on the back side of the new 100-rupee note, an image of the Rani ki Vav.
About 50 Rupees :-
The size of the new note is 73 mm x 147mm
the colour of the note is Fluorescent Blue.
The present 50 banknote in circulation since 1996 is a part of the Mahatma Gandhi Series of banknotes.
on the back side of the new 50-rupee note, an image of the Hampi with Chariot.
About 10 Rupees :-
The size of the new note is 63 mm x 137mm.
the colour of the note is Chocolate Brown.
The 10 banknote has its amount written in 17 languages
On the back side of the new 10-rupee note, an image of the Konark Sun Temple.
Five Rupee Coins (New) :-
Metal Ferritic Stainless Steel (FSS)
Weight 6.00 gms
Diameter 23 mm
Five Rupee Coins (Old) :-
Weight 9.00 gms
Diameter 23 mm
Two Rupee Coins (New) :-
Metal Ferratic Stainless Steel
Weight 5.62 gms
Diameter 27 mm
One Rupee Coin :-
Metal Ferratic Stainless Steel
Weight 4.85 gms
Diameter 25 mm
The values of the subdivisions of the rupee during British rule (and in the first decade of independence) were :-
- 1 rupee = 16 anna (later 100 naye paise)
- 1 ardharupee = 8 anna, or 1⁄2 rupee (later 50 naye paise)
- 1 pavala = 4 anna, or 1⁄4 rupee (later 25 naye paise)
- 1 beda = 2 anna, or 1⁄8 rupee (later equivalent to 12.5 naye paise)
- 1 anna = 1⁄16 rupee (later equivalent to 6.25 naye paise)
- 1 paraka = 1⁄2 anna (later equivalent to 3.125 naye paise)
- 1 kani (pice) = 1⁄4 anna (later equivalent to 1.5625 naye paise)
- 1 damari (pie) = 1⁄12 anna (later equivalent to 0.520833 naye paise)
- 1 Athanni (dheli) = 1⁄2 rupee
- 1 Chawanni = 1⁄4 rupee
- 1 Dawanni = 1⁄8 rupee
- 1 Anna/Ekanni = 1⁄16 rupee
- 1 Taka/Adhanni = 1⁄32 rupee
- Paisa = 1⁄64 rupee
- Dhela = 1⁄128 rupee (1⁄2 paisa)
- Pie = 1⁄3 paisa = 1⁄192 rupee
- Damari = 1⁄4 paisa = 1⁄256 rupee.
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