The 20 note that you had in your hand so far is about to change. Yes, there are reports that a new Rs 20 note will come to your hand soon. The color of this note is quite different from the 20 notes in circulation. The size of the new note has also been changed to let you know today. According to reports, the first batch of new notes has already reached the Reserve Bank's Rizlan office in Kanpur and will soon be transported to banks for the first batch of 20 new notes. On the other hand, the note issued under Mahatma Gandhi's new series is signed by Governor Shaktikanta Das and the Reserve Bank of India has made it clear that "all the notes already in the circulation of Rs 20 will continue to be legal tenders". This means that with the introduction of new Rs 20 notes, the old notes will continue to run as before. ''
The new Rs 20 note is said to be yellow in color and behind the note is a picture of the caves of Ellora depicting the country's cultural heritage. You may know that the Caves of Ellora are located in Aurangabad in Maharashtra and are one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The size is also slightly smaller - this note is slightly smaller than the old note. At the same time, it is said that the size of the new note is 63mmx129mm, about 20 percent smaller than the old note. At the same time, all the remaining features of the new note will remain the same as in the first note. You know that the country has been continuously changing currency since demonetization on November 8, 2016, before new notes of Rs 2000, 500, 200, 100, 50 and Rs 10 have been issued in the market.
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