The Reserve Bank of India issued Indian Rupee banknotes in 11 different denominations, including this 10000 Indian rupees banknote (Asoka large type). They are part of the withdrawn Indian Rupee banknotes series. The Reserve Bank of India started issuing these 10000 Indian Rupee banknotes in 1949. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1978.
India’s largest denomination banknote used to be the Rs 10,000 banknote. Introduced after India’s independence, it features the four lions of the column of Asoka, three of which are visible (the fourth one hidden behind the other three).
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