The new denomination note issued by RBI will, as usual, have variety of features to certify that people identify it as original and not fake. Moreover, it will have features for the visually- challenged persons. Let’s have a look at them.
Features on the Front Side :
- The numbering of”2000” can be seen through when held against the light.
- Latent image with the denomination of 2000 can be seen on the reverse side of the note when held at the angle of 45 degrees.
- Denomination Numeral 2000 is printed in Devanagari.
- Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait is at the center.
- Micro letter ‘2000’ and ‘RBI’ are on the left side of the note.
- The security thread with caption Bharat in Devanagari, RBI and 2000. The color of the thread changes from green to blue when the note is tilted.
- Governor’s Signature, Guarantee Clause along with promise clause and RBI insignia towards right.
- Electrotype “2000” watermark along with watermark of Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait.
- At the number panel, numerals mounting small to big on the top left and bottom right.
- Denomination numeral “2000” with the symbol of Indian currency (Rupee) in color changing ink on bottom right (green to blue).
- Emblem of the Ashoka Pillar is on the right side.
- Horizontal rectangle with 2000 in raised printing on the right.
- Seven raised pointed bleed lines on the both sides (right and left side).
Features on the Back Side :
- Year of note printing is on the left side.
- Swachh Bharat symbol (logo) along with the slogan is on the bottom left.
- Language panel towards the center.
- Motif (Design) of Mangalyaan towards the canter.
- Denomination numbering of “2000” in Devanagari on right
Some other significant points to be kept in mind:
- The base color of this Rs. 2000 denomination is Magenta.
- The size of this Rs. 2000 note is 66MM x 166MM.
The knowledge provided is certainly going to assist you to distinguish between fake or original Rs.2000 notes.