Tactile and Security features of Indian Rupee

Now in this post, let us discuss the tactile and security features:

Tactile Features

You must understand that the Indian currency notes and coins have numerous tactile and graphic structures to support meaningfully large number of its uneducated population, and assistance in speedy identification of various denominations.

·      Size: All notes and coins have different sizes.

·      Colour: All notes have different colour combinations.

·      Texture: Most of the advanced denomination records have their denominations and some of the topographies printed. Also, diverse ordered forms (triangle, rectangle, etc.) are embossed on left of watermark window for visually reduced.

Security Features

It is important to note the following security features:

·        Watermark: White side panel of notes has Mahatma Gandhi watermark.

·        Security Thread: All notes has silver security band with engravings noticeable when held in contradiction of light.

·        Latent Image: Higher denominational notes show note’s denominational worth in numerals when held parallel to eye level.

·        Microlettering: Numeral denominational worth is noticeable under magnifying glass among security thread and watermark.

·        Fluorescence: Number panels glow below ultra-violet light.

·        Optically Variable Ink: Notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 have their numbers printed in optically adjustable ink. Number seems green when note is held flat but variations to blue when viewed at angle.

·        Back-to-back Registration: Floral pattern printed on front and back of note coincides when watched against light.

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