Welcome to Humor Nation. We all love money, don’t we? I highly doubt there’s a person on this planet who doesn’t acknowledge the importance of money. Although money isn’t everything, but it surely is something. Our entire lives revolve around money, we need it to pay for our education, we need it to buy food, to pay for the utility bills. So in a way, money does make us happy because it’s those currency notes which gets us the stuff we need and want.
We use these currency notes to buy us our favorite clothing, to pay for the restaurant food. But have you ever observed that there are some images on the Indian currency notes! What do these images signify, where do they come from? I am sure many of you haven’t paid attention to the little details on the currency notes. I don’t blame you, we do exhausting jobs and work to earn money. We are so busy in our profession and lives that we barely have a second to spare. But worry not, today we are here with an interesting article telling you about the various images, their origin, meaning which are present on the currency notes.
So Let’s Take A Look At The Actual Images Which Are Printed On The Back Side Of Indian Currency Notes!
1. One Rupee Note
One rupee note is not as popular as it used to be at a time. The one rupee currency note has a picture of an oil rig on it. This oil rig It has the image of an oil rig which signifies the industrial development of the nation.
2. Two Rupees Note
Two rupee currency note is also not that popular today. As people use coins of one and two rupees instead of the notes. These currency notes have been replaced higher denomination notes as to match the increasing cost of living standards. The note has the picture of the Aryabhatta satellite which signifies the growth of Science and Technology in India.
3. Five Rupees Note
On the backside of the five rupees note, there is a picture of a man ploughing his fields. This image represents the agriculture progress and growth of the country.
4. Ten Rupees Note
On the backside of the ten rupees note, there’s a motif of the famous Sun Temple which is located in the Konark. This signifies India’s cultural heritage.
5. Twenty Rupees Note
On the back of the twenty rupees note, you can the image which actually is the sceneric view which can be seen from Mount Harriet Lighthouse which is located in Port Blair.