The new 100 rupee note is 'Gujarat connection', you will not know this!

The new 100 rupee note is 'Gujarat connection', you will not know this!
After the notes of 2000, 500, 200, 50, 10, the Reserve Bank of India has issued the first look of Rs. 100 note. The new note will be a color bag, and it will be seen in the glow of the historic queen of Gujarat which is included in the global heritage. Old notes will also be in circulation after the new notes of 100 rupees are available in the market. RBI has said in the information given on its Twitter handle that a new note of Rs 100 will be released soon.
नए 100 रुपए के नोट का है 'गुजरात कनेक्शन', ये नहीं जानते होंगे आप!
This new note will be signed by Governor Urjit Patel of Reserve Bank of India. Behind this new 100 rupee note will be a picture of 'Rani Ki Vava', located in Patan district of Gujarat, which is the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other designs on both front and back of the note are geometric patterns that have been aligned with the overall color scheme. The size of the note will be 66 mm x 142 mm.

Talk about the typical 100 rupee note, in front, the cross-matched match with the denomination score 100 is matching. Latent picture with denomination number 100. Also, in the Devanagari, the denomination number 100 is written. In the middle of the note is the portrait of Mahatma Gandhi.

Micro letters 'RBI', 'India', 'INDIA' and '100' rupee will appear. Window protection with "India", RBI, along with color change. The color of the thread is changed from green to blue when looking at the note over and over.

The guarantee section on the right hand side of Mahatma Gandhi's portrait is the sign of the Governor's signature and the Reserve Bank of India. Ashoka is a symbol of pillar on the right. Picture of Mahatma Gandhi and electrotype (100) are watermarks. The number panel in which there is a small increasing number of digits in the upper left and right sides.
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