Now-a-days, Indian currency note have 15 languages. It consists of languages of tamil, assamese, bengali, gujarati, kannada, kashmiri, konkani, malayalam, marathi, nepali, urdu, sanskrit, telugu, oriya and punjabi. Also, the amount of a bank nore is written in total 17 languages out of 22 official languages. These includes Hindi, English, Konkani, Kashmiri, Oriya, nepali, marathi, urdu, sanskriti, tamil, assamese, bengali, gujarati, kannada, malayalam, and punjabi. According to RBI, there are seventeen languages written on a normal currency.
In every Indian Currency Banknotes the sum is written in absolutely 17 dialects delineating the decent variety of the nation.
At present, there are absolutely 22 planned dialects in India. Out of 22 dialects have been agreed authority language status according to the eighth timetable of the constitution of India, gets puts just 16 dialects in the Indian money notes. The another dialect is extra official language English. Absolutely 17. Notwithstanding, the six booked dialects are absent in Indian Currency notes.
The Languages In The Indian Currency Notes
Dialects Printed In The Front Side Of Indian Currency Notes
The front side of the banknote contains just two dialects. The category is written in both authority dialects English and Hindi.
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Dialects Printed In The Back Side Of Indian Currency Notes
In rear, there is a language board on left half of the banknotes. There are 15 planned Indian dialects composed inside the board barring Hindi and English.
#The dialects are;-
These are the finished rundown of various dialects get put in an Indian money notes starting at 2018.
As like the other Indian rupee banknotes, the ₹100 banknote has its sum written in 17 dialects. On the front-side, the section is written in English and Hindi. On the converse is a language board which shows the category of the note in 15 of the 22 authority dialects of India.