The printing process has been done in the form of reproducing text and images using master form or template. Numerous varieties of printers were present in the market to be used for distinguished requirements.
Lately trending is the 3D printing which prints layer one on top of another to form a 3-Dimensional object. It is primarily print money, canvas, magazines, books and more. Let’s discuss some facts and secrets about the Indian currency printers.
India is a vast South Asian country with diverse terrain situated in Asia. As per Wikipedia, India is the world’s second largest populous nation in the world. Printing currency notes for a 125 crore or more populated country will not be an easy task for the Indian government.
Similarly many other things are being printed in India; several printing services in Sivakasi are equipped with high-end equipment specifically for highly trained designing works. Take a look at few facts on Indian currency notes and coins.
SOME INTERESTING FACTS
- The one rupee note was the first banknote printed by independent India.
- The currency has existed in the form of coinage since the 6th century BC in India.
- Pakistan used British Indian coins and notes until they have a separate currency (Pakistan Rupee) for their nation.
- Pakistan used British Indian coins and notes simply overstamped with “Pakistan”.
- Places, where India prints its own currency, are Nashik, Maharashtra, Mysore, Madhya Pradesh, Hyderabad, Noida, Kolkata, etc.
- The cost of minting a 10 rupee coin is said to be costing 6 rupees and 10 paise.
- By seeing the symbols in the coins, we can figure out in which city the coin has been minted.
Since the Independence from British by 1947, India was using several different currencies of forms. The Indian rupee is the official currency of the Republic of India. The currency has been minted in various locations in India with utmost security.