11 Amazing Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Indian Rupee : Every nation knows their currency with a specific name, and we know our currency as Rupee. Do you know that Rupee word originated from Sanskrit “rupyakam” which means silver coin. We all love money and want it more every day, but do you even aware about some facts about the Indian rupees. In this article we have collected some interesting fact which we think you will love it and do not forget to share this article with your friends.
Amazing Facts about Indian Rupee
5k and 10k rupees notes were in circulation between 1954 and 1978.
After Independence, Pakistan used Indian Rupee notes stamped with ‘Pakistan’ until it could print enough.
One rupee notes are issued by the Ministry of Finance and bear the signature of the Secretary.
₹500 and ₹1000 notes are banned in Nepal.
At one time, 5 rupee coins were smuggled to Bangladesh for making razors.
To type the symbol of the rupee, you need to press ‘Ctrl+Shift+$’.
Cost of minting a 10 ₹ coin is 6.10₹.
If you have a torn note, or more than 51% of its torn part, you can exchange it for a new one at a bank.
In 1917, the ₹ was mightier than the $. 1 ₹= 13 USD to be precise.
All notes carry an imprint of something Indian. Like the 20₹ note carries the imprint of the Andaman Islands.
Zero rupee notes were issued by the NGO 5th Pillar to fight corruption.
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