The base colour of the new Rs.  10 notes is ChocolateBrown. Also read other features

The base colour of the new Rs.  10 notes is ChocolateBrown. Also read other features

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will shortly issue new banknotes of Rs. 10 denomination, the central bank said on Friday. The new Rs. 10 notes will be in the Mahatma Gandhi (New) Series, The new denomination notes will have motif of the Sun Temple and the Konark on the reverse side, depicting the country’s cultural heritage.

Here are 10 things to know about RBI’s new Rs.10 currency notes:

1. The dimension of the new Rs. 10 banknotes will be 63 mm x 123 mm.

2. The new Rs. 10 notes will have a see through register on the front sides with denominational numeral 10.

3. The denominational numeral 10 will be printed on the front of the note in the Devnagari script.

4. The front sides will bear a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi at the centre. Micro letters ‘RBI’, ‘Bharat’ (in Devnagari), ‘India’ and ’10’ will also be printed on the front side of Rs. 10 notes.

5. The front sides will bear a windowed demetalised security thread with inscriptions ‘Bharat’ and ‘RBI’. Guarantee Clause, Governor’s signature with Promise Clause and the RBI emblem will be printed towards the right of Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait, said the RBI.

6. The Ashoka Pillar emblem will be on the right side of the front side. The front side will also have electrotype (10) watermarks, besides Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait.

7. The front sides will have a number panel with numerals growing from small to big on the top left side and bottom right side of the Rs. 10 note.

8. The year of printing of the notes will be inscribed on the back sides of the Rs. 10 notes, towards the left.

9. The back sides will also have a Swachh Bharat logo with slogan.

10. The reverse sides of the new Rs. 10 notes will have a language panel, motif of the Sun Temple and the Konark, and the denominational numeral 10 written in Devnagari script.

Author: Manjushree Sudheendra

I am Manjushree Sudheendra studying in 10th Standard in St. Teresa's School, Santacruz, Mumbai

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