Game: How well do you know Indian Note

We use Rupee Notes daily. But how well do we know the Indian Notes? In this game, we will look at the Indian Note carefully and fill in the blanks. You can find more such games in our article Online Money Games for Children

Overview of Indian Rupee Notes

The Indian rupee (sign: ₹; code: INR) is the official currency of India. The rupee is subdivided into 100 paise (singular paisa). The issuance of the currency is controlled by the Reserve Bank of India and notes are signed by Governor of RBI.

Notes have two sides, the side which has the face of Mahatma Gandhi is called as Obverse & the other side is called Reverse. These notes show the portrait of Mahatma Gandhi on the face & hence is called a Mahatma Gandhi series.

The pictures on the back of Indian notes reflect our culture, our history, our progress.

The contemporary Indian notes are

  • Rs 10 (Chocolate Brown with Konark Temple picture),
  • Rs 20(Red Orange),
  • Rs 50(colour with a picture of Aqua Vittala Temple in Hampi),
  • Rs 100(Lavendar with the picture of Rani ki Vaav),
  • Rs 200(Bright Yellow with picture of Sanchi Stupa),
  • Rs 500(Stone Grey with the picture of Red Fort)
  • Rs 2000(Magenta with the picture of Mangalyaan Mission).

Our article Rupee: Indian Currency and Other Countries, Rupee Symbol goes into detail of  Which was the first rupee? When was the Rupee Symbol introduced? Countries which have Rupee has Currency, History of Rupee

To prevent counterfeiting every country includes various types of security features in their banknotes. Our article Security Features in Indian Notes, International Notes covers it in detail.

Answer these questions by filling in the blanks

Clues are in the Introduction above.

2000 Rs Indian note, front and back
2000 Rs note, front and back

Features of the Indian Note

Know the features of the Indian Notes especially Security Features. To prevent counterfeiting every country includes various types of security features in their banknotes. Our article Security Features in Indian Notes, International Notes covers it in detail.

Security Features of the Indian Notes
Security Features of the Indian Notes

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