There are several speculations and rumors about the circulation of fake currency notes of Rs 2,000. While the genuineness of the reports that are being circulated on the internet are uncertain, but we need to be aware of the methods to check the authenticity of the new Rs 500 and Rs 2000 currency notes.
RBI has already made arrangements for the new Rs 500 currency notes to reach the bank sooner than expected. It is said that the bank notes have reached the concerned banks and will be issued to general public from tomorrow onwards. As the new currency notes get wider circulation, the possibilities for the counterfeit are high. However, the new currency notes of denominations Rs 2000 and Rs, 500 have extensive security features that make them difficult to counterfeit, it is our responsibility to know the difference between the real and fake currency nites.
The new notes differ from all of the existing notes, you can use the touch and feel of the notes to differentiate them. The seven “bleed lines” in favor of the Rs 2000 currency notes, and five lines on Rs 500 notes are in raised printing or intaglio. The security string in both the notes changes colour from green to blue at various edges. Additionally, the numeral 500 and 2,000 on the right side likewise change colour when seen at various edges.
These can be effectively distinguished by any consumer and are difficult to fake, as per specialists. The new notes have changed hues. While the Rs 2,000 note’s paper is in maroon, the Rs 500 note is in stone gray. The Rs 2000 currency note is a piece of the Mahatma Gandhi (New) series, with a theme of Mars orbiter Mangalyaan on the turn around.
Different components of the new Rs 2000 currency notes are as per the following:
Front side components
- See through enroll where the numeral 2000 can be seen when note is held up against light
- Inactive picture of 2000 can be seen when the note is tilted
- Shading shift security string with “RBI” and “2000”
- Watermarks of Mahatma Gandhi and electrotype 2000 numeral
- Number board with numerals developing from little to huge on upper left and base right sides
Invert side elements
- Swachh Bharat logo
- Mangalayan theme and year of printing, 2016
The features of the new Rs 500 note are as follows:
Front side elements
- See through enlist in division numeral
- Dormant picture of the category numeral
- Introduction of Mahatma Gandhi’s representation changed
- Representation and electrotype watermarks
- Number board with numerals developing from little to enormous on upper left and base right sides
- Highlights for outwardly hindered like hover with Rs 500 in raised print on the privilege
Invert side components
- Swachh Bharat logo
- Red Fort picture with the Indian banner
- Hover with Rs 500 in Devnagari on the privilege
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