Firstly, the ONE RUPEE note is signed by the Finance Secretary to the Government of India, while all other currency notes are signed by the Governor, Reserve Bank of India.
Who signed 2 rupee?
B-10 UNC (Un-Circulated Condition) 2 Rupees Notes Signed by B.N. Adarkar Gandhi on reverse Released on 24th August 1970 Gandhi Commemorative Issue These notes were issued only in two prefix – D and E. You will get different serial numbered note.. but from the same bundle as shown in the images…
Who signed 50 rs note?
The ₹50 banknote denomination was first introduced by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in 1975 as a part of the Lion Capital Series, which had the Ashoka pillar on the banknote. It was replaced by a watermark of Mahatma Gandhi in the Mahatma Gandhi Series, in 1996.
Indian 50-rupee note.
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Is 2 rupee note a legal tender?
Every banknote issued by Reserve Bank of India (₹2, ₹5, ₹10, ₹20, ₹50, ₹100, ₹200, ₹500 and ₹2000), unless withdrawn from circulation, shall be legal tender at any place in India in payment or on account for the amount expressed therein, and shall be guaranteed by the Central Government, subject to provisions of sub- …
Who printed the first money?
The first known examples of paper currency as we would understand it today were created in China during the Song Dynasty (AD 960–1279). Promissory notes known as “Jiaozi” were printed by a group of merchants in Sichuan during the reign of Emperor Zhenzong (AD 997–1022).
Who is RBI Governer?
What is the name of PM in Indian currency?
Manmohan Singh has been the Governor of Reserve Bank of India during 1982 – 1985. So, all the new currency notes during those 3 years will have the sign of Manmohan Singh.