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Indian currency notes are not only a medium of exchange but also showcase the rich cultural heritage of the country through the historical monuments printed on them. A post exploring the historical places on these notes was shared by a Twitter user and has now gone viral.
Indian noteIf you look closely at the notes, you can see a glimpse of our country’s cultural and historical heritage displayed in the notes. A Twitter post featuring historical places and events printed on Indian currency notes is going viral. From 10 rupees note to 2000 rupees note, go to the historical places in the respective notes and click the photos that are clicked by holding the respective note in front of those historical places.
The viral post titled ‘Historical Monuments and Events Printed in Indian Currency Notes’ was shared by Twitter account Desi Thug (@desi_thug1).
Historical Monuments and Events Printed on Indian Currency Notes
1. Konark Mandir – 10 Rs Note pic.twitter.com/NWkdxk9pky
— Desi Thug (@desi_thug1) April 28, 2023
This post first starts with a picture of a 10 rupee note from Konark Sun Temple in Odisha. 20 rupee note featuring Kailasa Temple: This 13th century temple in Ellora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built from top to bottom.
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50 rupees with image of Hampi stone chariot: Hampi is a UNESCO heritage site The 50 rupee note has the image of Hampi stone chariot printed on it. 100 rupee note with image of Rani Ki Vav: Rani Ki Vav in Gujarat is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 100 Rs. A picture of this place is printed on the note.
200 including the image of Sanchi Stupa. Note: A Twitter user later shared a photo of a man holding a Rs 200 note near the Sanchi Stupa.
500 with a picture of Red Fort. Note: 500 rupees for a picture of Delhi’s Red Fort. printed on the note. Rs 2000 note: There is no commemoration on this note. Instead, a picture of India’s first successful Mars mission was printed.
The post, shared on April 28, has garnered over 1.7 million views and over 22,000 likes. Many have commented on this post. One user commented, ‘How charming.’ Another user commented ‘Great info’. Another user commented, ‘Loved the way the pictures were captured’.
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