The central government imposed a ban on banknotes in the country to curb the circulation of black money and counterfeit notes. However, counterfeit notes worth Rs 6.71 lakh were seized from 11 banks in Ahmedabad, including Rs 2,000, Rs 500 and Rs 200 notes issued after the ban. In such a situation, it is very important to easily identify genuine, counterfeit notes of Rs. 200, Rs. 500 and Rs. 2000. Today we are giving you information related to it.
Identify whether the 2000 notes are genuine or not
According to the RBI, the base color of the 2000 note is magenta and its size is 66 mm by 166 mm.
The front of the note has a picture of Mahatma Gandhi and the back has a Mars rover.
2000 will be read when the note is placed in front of the light.
2000 will be written at a 45 degree angle in front of the eye.
2000 is written in Devanagari.
In the center is a picture of Mahatma Gandhi.
India and INDIA are written in fine print.
India, RBI and 2000 are written on the security thread. If you twist the note a little, the color of this thread changes from green to blue.
The guarantee clause, the governor’s signature, the promise clause and the RBI logo are on the right.
Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait and electrotype (2000) is a watermark.
The numbers written on the top left and bottom of the right get bigger from left to right.
The number 2000 written here changes color. Its color changes from green to blue.
On the right is the Ashoka Pillar.
2000 is written on the rectangular box on the right.
To the right and left are seven lines that are rough.
- The year of note printing is written.
- Clean India logo with slogan.
- Language panel on center side
- Sample of Mars spacecraft
- 2000 rupees is written in Devanagari.
Facilities in Rs.500 note
- The front of the note is inscribed in 500 Devanagari
- 500 is a latent image
- In the center of the front is a picture of Mahatma Gandhi
- India and India are written in small letters
- India and RBI are written on the thread in the middle of the note
- Turning the note to the left, the color of the thread turns from green to blue
- On the right side of the photo of Mahatma Gandhi is the guarantee clause signed by the
- Governor, along with the Promise Clause signed by the Governor of RBI
- The numbers from the top left of the note will appear in the smallest order and the
- numbers from the bottom right will appear in this order.
- The number 500 at the bottom right is written in ink changing from green to blue.
- On the right is the symbol of the Ashoka Pillar
- To the left of the note is the year of printing.
- Is the logo and motto of Clean India
- There is a picture of the Red Fort
- 500 is written in Devanagari.
The government has come up with new notes instead of the old ones to curb counterfeiting. The government has issued new notes of Rs 2,000, Rs 500, Rs 200, Rs 100, Rs 50 and Rs 10 in the country, yet it has not been able to take full control of the counterfeit currency market. We will tell you today about the RBI guide, through which you can easily identify counterfeit notes.