Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is all set to release new Rs. 50 notes. The Indian currency is going to get a new add-on to the league of new notes. After Rs. 500 and Rs. 2000 denominations RBI has announced to come up with new Rs. 50 notes in India. The new note of Rs. 50 will soon be issued by the RBI in fluorescent blue as a base color.
Although before the announcement of the same, social media was filled with the images of the new Rs. 50 Indian currency. As the rumors went viral, RBI announced that yes it is for sure that they are coming up with the new Rs. 50 note in India.
Details of New Rs. 50 Note of Indian Currency
The new Indian Currency introduced by RBI of Rs. 50 has a dimension of 66 mm X 135 mm and the height of the note will be same as Rs. 500 and Rs. 2000 note. Here are the details of how the new Rs. 50 note, soon to be released by RBI will look like-
Rs.50 new note will come in a fluorescent blue color in the base.
The new Indian currency of 50 has a motif of Hampi with a Chariot.
It also has an image of Mahatma Gandhi.
Comes with the printing year on the left of the note.
And consists of a Swachh Bharat logo as well.
Along with the looks, there are much more things that are to be observed in the new Rs. 50 note- It will carry micro letters RBI, INDIA, 50 and BHARAT in Devnagri lipi. The new Rs. 50 note will also have a pic of Ashok Pillar on the right. ON the right of the Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait, there will be Governor’s sign and guarantee clause and RBI emblem.
And whats with the Old Rs. 50 Note
Last year in the month of December, India faced demonetization and got new Rs. 500 and Rs. 2000 notes. With the same, RBI announced that it will print new Rs. 50 and Rs. 20 note that will soon come in the Indian market. And now the image of Rs. 50 new notes went viral on social media. But RBI has cleared that the old Rs. 50 currency will run as same as now. And the new note of Rs. 50 will also be excepted in the Indian market without any issues.
AS of now, no official date or month has been announced by the RBI for the release of new Rs. 50 note.