On November 8, when the Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the ban of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 note in the entire nation, people actually came to know the meaning of word ‘Demonetization’. With the sudden news of PM on currency notes, many were happy while others were sad. After the Demonetization, the old currency notes of Rs 500 was exchanged with the new ones and also Rs 2000 note was also launched. Firstly, when I saw the notes I thought it is some foreign currency.
Have a look~
#1. Old Rs 500 Note:
#2. New Rs 500 Note:
#3. New Rs 2000 Note:
#4. Rs 50 Note:
Ever since demonetization the launch of Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes, Rs 200 and is also launched and the old Rs 50 note is exchanged with new Rs 50 note.
Recently, the latest add-on currency notes of different colors and denominations are Rs 10 note which is in chocolate brown color. The note soon will be accessible and is also in the Mahatma Gandhi (New) Series. It also has the signature of Dr. Urjit R. Patel, Governor, Reserve Bank of India, as per Reserve Bank of India.
The new Rs 10 Note has a motif of Sun Temple and Konark on the reverse. While the old note had a lion in front, a tiger on the reverse and it was in some shade of brown in color.