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List Of Indian Currency Notes Coins

List Of Indian Currency Notes Coins

Indian Currency Notes Coins (Size Weight & Color Etc.)

Image of Currency Value Dimensions Main Colour Description Date of Issue
Obverse Reverse Reverse
India 1 R 2015, India 1 R 2015, back side ₹1 97 × 63 mm Green and Pink Sagar Samrat oil rig 2015
5 Rupees front side .jpg 5 Rupees back side ₹5 117 × 63 mm Green Tractor 2002 / 2009
India new 10 INR, MG series, 2018, front side India new 10 INR, MG series, 2018, back side ₹10 123 x 63 mm Chocolate brown Konark Sun Temple 2018
India P-089A 20 Rupees Gandhi 2002, front side India P-089A 20 Rupees Gandhi 2002, back side ₹20 147 × 63 mm Red-Orange Mount Harriet, Port Blair 2001 / 2006
India new 50 INR, MG series, 2018, front side India new 50 INR, MG series, 2018, back side ₹50 135 × 66 mm Fluorescent blue Hampi with Chariot 2017
100 rs note front side 100 rs note back side ₹100 142 x 66 mm Lavender Rani ki Vav 2018
India, 200 INR, 2018, front side India, 200 INR, 2018, back side ₹200 146 × 66 mm Bright Yellow Sanchi Stupa 2017
India new 500 INR, MG series, 2016, front side India new 500 INR, MG series, 2016, back side ₹500 150 × 66 mm Stone Grey Red Fort 2016
India new 2000 INR, MG series, 2016, front side India new 2000 INR, MG series, 2016, back side ₹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 a 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 colored Indian Note
  • on the backside 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 backside 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 backside 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
  • Shape     Circular

Five Rupee Coins (Old):-

  • Metal     Cupro-Nickel
  • Weight     9.00 gms
  • Diameter     23 mm
  • Shape     Circular

Two Rupee Coins (New):-

  • Metal     Ferratic Stainless Steel
  • Weight     5.62 gms
  • Diameter     27 mm
  • Shape     Circular

One Rupee Coin:-

  • Metal     Ferratic Stainless Steel
  • Weight     4.85 gms
  • Diameter     25 mm
  • Shape     Circular

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 ​12 rupee (later 50 naye paise)
  • 1 pavala = 4 anna, or ​14 rupee (later 25 naye paise)
  • 1 beda = 2 anna, or ​18 rupee (later equivalent to 12.5 naye paise)
  • 1 anna = ​116 rupee (later equivalent to 6.25 naye paise)
  • 1 paraka = ​12 anna (later equivalent to 3.125 naye paise)
  • 1 kani (pice) = ​14 anna (later equivalent to 1.5625 naye paise)
  • 1 damari (pie) = ​112 anna (later equivalent to 0.520833 naye paise)
  • 1 Athanni (dheli) = ​12 rupee
  • 1 Chawanni = ​14 rupee
  • 1 Dawanni = ​18 rupee
  • 1 Anna/Ekanni = ​116 rupee
  • 1 Taka/Adhanni = ​132 rupee
  • Paisa = ​164 rupee
  • Dhela = ​1128 rupee (​12 paisa)
  • Pie = ​13 paisa = ​1192 rupee
  • Damari = ​14 paisa = ​1256 rupee.

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