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5 Remarkable Features on New Indian Rupee Notes

Indian government have introduced new Indian rupee notes after an announcement by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an address to the nation. Narendra Modi announced that Rs. 500 and Rs.1,000 denomination notes are being withdrawn from midnight early Wednesday.

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RBI introduced fresh redesigned Rs.500 notes, and new designed banknote in the denomination of Rs 2000 as part of Mahatma Gandhi ( New ) Series. These notes will enter into circulation from November 10, 2016.

Here are 5 notable changes on fresh New Indian Rupee notes, you should know.

1. Delhi Red Fort on Rs.500 note
This is a most remarkable change on Rs.500 note. Now you will see Delhi Red Fort ( An Indian Heritage site with Indian Flag ) In the place of, remarkable portrait of Mahatma gandhi's salt march and It will have a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi in the front.

2. Mangal Yaan on Rs 2000 note
It will have a potrait of Mahatma Gandhi in the front and a motif of the Mangalyaan (  Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) - country's first venture in interplanetary space ) in reverse.

3. Swachh Bharat Logo with Slogan
One of the most remarkable change in both Rs.500 and Rs 2000 notes. New Series will come with Swachh Bharat (  Clean India Mission ) Logo and Slogan "One step towards cleanliness ( एक कदम स्वच्छता की ओर )".

4. Mahatma Gandhi's portrait
Orientation and relative position of Mahatma Gandhi portrait changed.

5. Devnagari script
In the reverse it will feature denomination numeral (Rs 500 and Rs 2,000) in devnagari script on the right, year of printing on the left.

Besides 5 remarkable features. Rs2,000 note will also feature animal motifs printed ( Like - Elephant ) right under the Mangalyaan, At the reverse side of note. And Colour Shift windowed security thread with Inscription "भारत", RBI and 2000. Color of the thread changes from Green to Blue when the note is tilted.

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