200 rupee note has finally issued by RBI with Sanchi Stupa emblem on the back side. The Reserve Bank of India issued Rs 200 denomination bank notes with 17 different features and Sanchi Stupa motif. To make the transaction easier is the main motive of RBI to issue 200 denomination note. These notes will be issued to the selected central bank offices and banks. The Rs 200 note that has been issued by the RBI has a bright yellow base color that is in the Mahatma Gandi series. According to the Reserve Bank of India statement, this new Rs 200 note has a motif of Sanchi Stupa.
Sanchi Stupa is a Buddhist worshipping place that is located on a hilltop at Sanchi town in Raisen District of the state of Madhya Pradesh and famous for its great stupa. It is one of the oldest stone structured monument in India that was originally commissioned in the 3rd century BCE by emperor Ashoka. It has a simple hemispherical brick structure that built over the relics of the Buddha. The stupa is crowned like chatra and Parsol like structure symbolizing high rank that was intended to honor the Buddha relics. The Sanchi stupa that built of bricks during the Mauryan period is now a part new Rs 200 note along with 16 other features.
Now the Reserve Bank of India issued the new Rs 200 note. With this RBI is making it easier for the people to transact in lower denomination currency through bringing greater efficiency into the system. And soon RBI will issue ₹50 denomination banknotes with a base color of the note in fluorescent blue.