Indian currency is growing stronger now! but in some other sense. A 10 rupee paper note will now come in a form of strong metal (and that too two different metals !)
Reserve bank of India has released a new coin of 10 rupees.
The beauty of this coin is an use of bimetal. Use of two different metals is to help the blind and old people to convincingly recognise the currency.
One side of the coin (heads) has the lion capitol with numeral 10 and an year of manufacture mentioned on it. On the other side (tails), two parellal lines crossing each other with a dot in each quarter of the circle and denomination written in Hindi and English.
It has been designed by National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad .
Metals used are Nickel-Bronze and Ferrous Steel (inner portion).
The coin weighs around 8 grams and the diameter of this coin is around 28 mm.
Reserve bank of India has released a new coin of 10 rupees. Reviewed by Salil Chaudhary on 12:16 Rating: