Whose picture was on the Indian note before Mahatma Gandhi? 4 special things of rupee

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TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: anavar

Updated on: Dec 06, 2022, 12:40 PM IST

The picture of President Mahatma Gandhi is printed on the notes of India. But before them whose picture is printed on the notes. Let us know the answer.

Some or the other’s picture is printed on the notes of different countries of the world. There is a picture of different presidents and other people on every note of America, while there is a picture of the king in Britain. At the same time, in India, the picture of Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi is on every note. But do you know whose picture was on India’s note before Mahatma Gandhi. Let us know the answer to such questions. (rbi.org.in)

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Question 1: When was the new design one rupee note introduced in independent India?
Answer: After getting independence from the British, the Government of India introduced the new design one rupee note for the first time in 1949. The picture of Ashoka Pillar was printed on this note. (rbi.org.in)” loading=”lazy”/>

Question 1: When was the one rupee note with new design introduced in independent India? Answer: After getting independence from the British, the Government of India introduced a one rupee note with a new design for the first time in 1949. The picture of Ashoka Pillar was printed on this note. (rbi.org.in)

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Question 2: When was the picture of Mahatma Gandhi printed on the note for the first time?
Answer: In 1969, the Reserve Bank of India issued a note with the picture of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi for the first time. In this, Gandhiji could be seen sitting in front of Sevagram Ashram. (rbi.org.in)” loading=”lazy”/>

Question 2: When was the picture of Mahatma Gandhi printed on the note for the first time? Answer: For the first time in 1969, the Reserve Bank of India issued a note with the picture of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. In this, Gandhiji could be seen sitting in front of Sevagram Ashram. (rbi.org.in)

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Question 3: When did Bapu’s smiling picture appear on every note of India?
Answer: The first smiling picture of the Father of the Nation was printed on India’s note in 1987. In October this year, a Rs 500 note was printed, in which Gandhi’s smiling picture could be seen. After this, the picture of Gandhi ji started being used continuously. (rbi.org.in)” loading=”lazy”/>

Question 3: When did Bapu’s smiling picture appear on every note of India? Answer: The first smiling picture of the Father of the Nation was printed on India’s note in 1987. In October this year, a Rs 500 note was printed, in which Gandhi’s smiling picture could be seen. After this, the picture of Gandhi ji started being used continuously. (rbi.org.in)

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Question 4: Whose picture was printed on India’s note before Mahatma Gandhi?
Answer: Before Mahatma Gandhi, the picture of King George VI of Britain was on India’s note. After independence, a plan was made to replace the picture of the British king with Gandhiji’s picture. But it took a long time to happen. Meanwhile, the lion pillar of Sarnath started being used in place of the king’s picture. (rbi.org.in)” loading=”lazy”/>

Question 4: Whose picture was printed on the note of India before Mahatma Gandhi? Answer: Before Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation, there was a picture of King George VI of Britain on the note of India. After independence, a plan was made to replace the picture of the British king with Gandhiji’s picture. But it took a long time to happen. Meanwhile, the lion pillar of Sarnath started being used in place of the king’s picture. (rbi.org.in)


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