The 7 heritages printed on Indian currency notes re-designed after demonetization

The 7 heritages printed on Indian currency notes re-designed after demonetization

Demonetization isn’t a new word that you haven’t heard as all we have suffered this period and came out successfully with a quite supportive government’s aid and facilities. All the ₹500 and 1000 notes got banned and all new Indian currency denominations of ₹10, ₹20, ₹50, ₹100, ₹200, ₹500 & ₹2000 released in Indian market with all the new designs and incredible Indian heritage embossed on each of them. So, let’s see which Indian Heritage has been embossed on each Indian Currency Note.

1.₹10 :  The newly re-designed 10 rupee note after demonetization contains Sun Temple, Konark’s image on it. Sun Temple was built in A.D. 1250 and situated in Odisha.

2. ₹20: We will find the new 20 rupee note having image of Ellora Caves, Aurangabad, thats really a great heritage of India containing near-about 100 of caves with artwork of period 500 to 1000 CE.

3. ₹50: The Hampi, Karnataka (Known as Group of monuments) which was the capital of Vijayanagara in ancient period i.e. in 14th century is also an Indian heritage embossed on the new indian currency note of 50 rupees.

4. ₹100: On 100 rupee’s new note we will find the image of Rani ki vav, Patan, Gujarat (vav means stepwell) was considered to be constructed in 11th century for Queen Udayamati related to Solanki dynasty. In stepwell we’ll find a huge number of ancient sculptures and rock degraded images on wall.

5. ₹200: This note in denomination of 200 rupee is newly introduced by Government of India having image of Sanchi Stupa situated at Raisen, M.P. The Stupa was constructed in 3rd century BCE under supervision of Emperor Ashoka.

6. ₹500: The re-designed 500 rupee note that replaced/banned all the older notes of same denomination from market fully is with image of Red Fort situated at Delhi. Red fort was constructed in 12th May 1638 by Shah Jahan.

7. ₹2000: The new denomination of Indian currency is given by Indian Government has another great heritage which added to Indian achievements among the world and given a new definition of India to world i.e. Mangalyaan. Also we can say this denomination is a replacement of 1000 rupee note. 1000 Rupee note has been banned fully after demonetization. 

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