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The current set of Nepalese Rupee banknotes feature the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest in the Himalayas. Issued by the Kathmandu-based Nepal Rastra Bank since 2007, these banknotes replaced the older versions with the image of the King.
In addition to the image of Mount Everest, all current NPR banknotes also show a Hindu or Buddhist landmark on the front side. The back side features Nepalese wildlife.
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1000 Nepalese Rupees banknote (Mount Everest)On the obverse side of the 1000 Rupees banknote are images of Mount Everest, Harati temple and Swayambhunath Stupa, also known as the Monkey Temple, a major Hindu pilgrimage site in Kathmandu. The back side of the 1000 NPR bill features an elephant and the text “Rupees One Thousand”. The Rs1000 bill is Nepal’s highest … ContinuedYou get: £4.080001 NPR = £0.0040800000
500 Nepalese Rupees banknote (Mount Everest)The banknote of 500 Nepali Rupees features two mountains from the Himalayan range on its front side: Mount Everest on the left hand side and Mount Ama Dablam in the centre, next to an image of Tengboche Monastery also known as Dawa Choling Gompa. The back side of the 500 NPR bill shows either one … ContinuedYou get: £2.040001 NPR = £0.0040800000
100 Nepalese Rupees banknote (Mount Everest)The green-coloured Rs100 banknote from Nepal features the world’s highest mountain Mount Everest and the Buddhist pilgrimage site of Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha. The back side shows a rhino. On the 2016 version of the 100 Rupees banknote, the image on the back side also features a rhino calf.You get: £0.408001 NPR = £0.0040800000
50 Nepalese Rupees banknote (Mount Everest)On the blue-coloured Rs50 banknote from Nepal is the image of Mt Everest on the front side, along with Janaki Temple, a Hindu temple in Janakpu. The back side features a thar (wild goat) on the banknotes of 2012 and earlier. The new 2015 version of the Fifty Rupees note has a snow leopard, also … ContinuedYou get: £0.204001 NPR = £0.0040800000
20 Nepalese Rupees banknote (Mount Everest)The 20 Rupees banknote from Nepal features Krishna Mandir temple and Mount Everest in the Himalayas. Krishna Mandir is a 17th century multi-storey Hindu temple in Patan Durbar Square, Lalitpur. On the back side of the 20 NPR bill is the text ‘Rupees Twenty” and the image of two swamp deer, also known as barasingha.You get: £0.081601 NPR = £0.0040800000
10 Nepalese Rupees banknote (Mount Everest)Similar to all Nepalese banknotes, the Rs10 bill features Mount Everest on the obverse side. Next to Mt. Everest is an image of the Garud Narayan statue of Changu Narayan Temple, located on a high hilltop in Changunarayan. The back side shows one blackbuck antilope on the 2017 version and three blackbucks on the series … ContinuedYou get: £0.040801 NPR = £0.0040800000
5 Nepalese Rupees banknote (Mount Everest)The pink-coloured Rs5 bill is Nepal’s lowest value banknote. On the obverse side it has the image of Mount Everest and a temple. The back side of the 5 NPR note shows one yak on the 2017 series and two yaks on the 2012 series, as well as on older five rupees bills.You get: £0.020401 NPR = £0.0040800000