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RBI to issue new Rs 20 denomination banknote with greenish-yellow color; check features

In contrast to the old red-orange colored Rs 20 banknote of size 143 X 63 mm, which has a motif of Mount Harriet, the new note will have a motif of Ellora caves on the back side

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RBI to issue new Rs 20 denomination banknote with greenish-yellow RBI to issue new Rs 20 denomination banknote with greenish-yellow color; check featurescolor; check features
The note will have a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi at the center with micro letters RBI, Bharat, India and 20, along with a gurantee clause, Governor's Shaktikanta Das' signature with the promise clause and RBI emblem. ( Photo: ANI)

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced that it will issue new Rs 20 denomination banknotes soon.  The new banknote will have a base colour of greenish -yellow and will be 63 X 129 mm in size. The apex bank had first introduced the Rs 20 note in the Mahatma Gandhi Series in August 2001.

In contrast to the old red-orange colored Rs 20 note of  size 143 X 63 mm, which has a motif of Mount Harriet, the new note will have a motif of Ellora caves on the back side, depicting India's cultural heritage, said RBI in a statement.

The other designs in this new Rs 20 notes will be a geometric pattern aligning with the overall color scheme, both at the front and back sides. The front side of the note will have a see-through register with denominational numeral 100, a latent image with numeral and also a Devanagari version of the same.

The note will have a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi at the center with micro letters RBI, Bharat, India and 20, along with a gurantee clause, Governor's Shaktikanta Das' signature with the promise clause and RBI emblem towards the right of Gandhi's portrait.

And on the right side of the Gandhi's portrait there will be Ashok Pillar emblem and electrotype (20) watermark.

As of today, the RBI has already introduced new Rs 10, Rs 50, Rs 200, Rs 500, Rs 2,000 banknotes.

(With agencies input)

Also read: New Rs 100 notes throw up old ATM problems - time-taking recalibration and Rs 100 crore cost

Also read: Key challenges that suspected hoarding of Rs 2000 notes may pose to government

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