Old indian currency notes, one rupees, five rupees, ten rupees
DECRIPTION OF OLD INDIAN CURRENCY NOTES. Made up of hundred 100 paise as? Currently, it is the smallest Indian banknote in circulation and the only one being issued by the Government of India, as all other banknotes in circulation are issued by the Reserve Bank of India. Second smallest Indian note in circulation. The Reserve Bank of India introduced the 5 rupee banknote as part of the Mahatma Gandhi Series in 1996. The printing of notes in the denominations of? 5, however, has been discontinued as these denominations have been coinised. The note should have an Ashoka pillar printed on one side and a boat on the other side. The note was issued in the year 1943 during the British rule in India. The note should have the signature of then RBI governor CD Deshmukh.