INR100 | Indian Currency | Kokula Krishna Hari K | RBI Note Section | 4K | Collection by Kae Kae

INR100 | Indian Currency | Kokula Krishna Hari K | RBI Note Section | 4K | Collection by Kae Kae

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 note has other designs, geometric patterns aligning with the overall colour scheme, both at the obverse and reverse. The dimension of the banknote will be 66 mm × 142 mm,” the RBI said in a press release.
The old Rs 100 currency note will continue to be legal tender.

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.

Indian banknotes contain several features which enable the visually impaired (colour blind, partially sighted and blind people) to identify them, viz., intaglio printing and tactile mark, variable banknote size, large numerals, variable colour, monochromatic hues and patterns. Technological progress has opened up new opportunities for making Indian banknotes more accessible for the visually impaired, thereby facilitating their day to day transactions. As announced in the Statement on Developmental and Regulatory Policies of June 6, 2018, the Bank has developed a mobile application, MANI, with the following features:

a) Capable of identifying the denominations of Mahatma Gandhi Series and Mahatma Gandhi (New) series banknote by checking front or reverse side/part of the note including half folded notes at various holding angles and broad range of light conditions (normal light/day light/low light/ etc.).

b) Ability to identify the denomination through audio notification in Hindi/English and non-sonic mode such as vibration (suitable for those with vision and hearing impairment).

c) After installation, the mobile application does not require internet and works in offline mode.

d) Ability to navigate the mobile application via voice controls for accessing the application features wherever the underlying device & operating system combination supports voice-enabled controls.

e) The application is free and can be downloaded from the Android Play Store and iOS App Store without any charges/payment.

f) This mobile application does not authenticate a note as being either genuine or counterfeit.

#KokulaKrishnaHariK – ASDF International Secretary – Computer Science Specialist. Visit www.kokulakrishnaharik.in for more information.

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