current Sri Lankan Rupees banknotes
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This colourful set of Sri Lankan Rupee banknotes was introduced by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka in 2010. Each banknote features a traditional dancer and drummer on the back side, which explains why these rupee bills are known as the Dancers Series. Banknotes from Rs20 to Rs5000 are currently in use in Sri Lanka.
In addition to current Sri Lankan rupees paper money we also exchange withdrawn Sri Lankan rupees banknotes, banknotes from Ceylon and Sri Lankan Rupee coins.
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20 Sri Lankan Rupees banknote (Sri Lanka Dancers series)The deep red coloured banknote of 20 Rupees is Sri Lanka’s lowest value banknote. The Rs20 bill features Colombo Port, an owl, a butterfly and the Ceylon lion from Sri Lanka’s ‘Sinha’ flag.You get: £0.036201 LKR = £0.0018100000
50 Sri Lankan Rupees banknote (Sri Lanka Dancers series)The Rs50 rupees banknote from Sri Lanka is blue coloured and features Manampitiya Bridge in Polonnaruwa District. On the back side of the 50 LKR bill are a vadiga patuna dancer and a yakbera drummer.You get: £0.090501 LKR = £0.0018100000
100 Sri Lankan Rupees banknote (Sri Lanka Dancers series)The orange coloured Rs100 rupees banknote from Sri Lanka features a waterfall and the Norochcholai coal power plant, also known as Lakviyaya Power Station. The back side of the 100 LKR bill shows a traditional mridangam drummer and bharatanatyam dancer.You get: £0.181001 LKR = £0.0018100000
500 Sri Lankan Rupees banknote (Sri Lanka Dancers series)Sri Lanka’s 500 rupees bill shows the World Trade Centre towers in Colombo on the front side, along with the ancient Buddhist temple of Lankathilaka Viharaya. The bird on the front side of the Rs500 banknote is a parakeet. Similar to all other rupee banknotes in the Sri Lanka Dancers series, the back side of … ContinuedYou get: £0.905001 LKR = £0.0018100000
1000 Sri Lankan Rupees banknote (Sri Lanka Dancers series)The Rs1000 rupee bill from Sri Lanka’s Dancers series features a parrot, butterfly and Ceylon lion, as well as the Ramboda Tunnel. On the back side are a Malpadaya Netuma dancer and Davul Bera drummer.You get: £1.810001 LKR = £0.0018100000
5000 Sri Lankan Rupees banknote (Sri Lanka Dancers series)Sri Lanka’s highest value banknote is the sand-coloured Rs5000 bill. On the front side of the Five Thousand Rupees note is an image of Weheragala Dam and a yellow eared bulbul bird. The back side of the 5000 LKR features a traditional dancer and drummer.You get: £9.050001 LKR = £0.0018100000
1000 Sri Lankan Rupees commemorative banknote (Peace and Prosperity)This commemorative banknote of one thousand rupees features the 6th Sri Lankan President, Mahinda Rajapaksa on the front side. The back side features soldiers mounting the Sri Lankan flag. This banknote was issued to commemorate the end of Eelam War IV, the armed conflict between the Sri Lankan military and the Tamil Tigers. The 2009-dated … ContinuedYou get: £1.810001 LKR = £0.0018100000