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Know all about motifs reverse of Indian banknotes
Be it five, ten, twenty, fifty, two hundred, or two thousand, all the notes carry a picture.
The picture highlights the cultural heritage and scientific achievements of India.
All the banknotes were introduced in the Mahatma Gandhi (New) Series which means they have a common picture of Gandhi on the front side.
Let’s find out which currency notes carry which motifs on the reverse.
Rs 5: The reverse of the note depicts a farmer ploughing a field with a tractor.
Rs 10 banknote has the motif of Sun Temple, Konark.
Rs 20 banknote has the motif of Ellora Caves.
Rs 50 banknote has the motif of Hampi with Chariot.
Rs 100 banknote has the motif of Rani ki vav.
Rs 200 banknote has the motif of Sanchi Stupa.
Rs 500 banknote has the motif of Red Fort.
Rs 2000 banknote has the motif of Mangalyan, India's first Mars orbiter.
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