1000 Indian Rupees banknote (Gandhi with date)
The Reserve Bank of India issued Indian Rupee banknotes in 11 different denominations,
including this 1000 Indian Rupees banknote (Gandhi with date). They are part of the withdrawn Indian Rupee banknotes series. The Reserve Bank of India started issuing
these 1000 Indian Rupee banknotes in 2005. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2015.
This one thousand rupees bill depicts Mahatma Gandhi, Indian Independence Movement leader. The paper banknote contains the words ‘Reserve Bank of India’. The 1000 rupees banknotes was famously cancelled in 2016 to combat tax evasion. It is no longer exchangeable for its face value, but we continue to exchange the₹1000 banknote at a lower rate for collectable purposes.
Do you have a 1000 Indian Rupees banknote (Gandhi with date)? Here's how to exchange it for cash:
- Indicate how many 1000 Indian Rupee banknotes you want to exchange
- Click on the 'Add to Wallet' button
- The exchange value has been added to your online wallet.
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your currencies. To exchange your 1000 Indian Rupees banknote (Gandhi with date) for cash:
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1 INR = £0.00052
You get: £0.52
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