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The Indian 100-rupee banknote (₹100) is a denomination of the Indian rupee. It has been in continuous production since Reserve Bank of India took over the functions of the controller of currency in India in 1935. The present ₹100 banknote in circulation is a part of the Mahatma Gandhi Series (which replaced the Lion Capital Series of banknotes in 1998). These notes are in circulation along with the Mahatma Gandhi New Series of banknotes which were introduced in July 2018.
The first 100-rupee note featured the portrait of George VI. After independence in 1947, Reserve Bank of India continued to issue the notes by replacing the portrait of George VI with the Emblem of India, as a part of the Lion Capital Series of banknotes.
The new bank note has a base color of Lavender with motif of Rani ki vav (Queen’s stepwell) on the reverse side. Rani ki vav is located in Patan, Patan district, Gujarat, India. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dimensions of the bank note are measured at 142 mm × 66 mm.
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