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The New Rs 20 coin is coming - the complete history of Indian coins

The complete history of Indian coins


Now the Indian government is going to bring a 20 rupee coin like a note of 20 rupees. The Finance Ministry has announced that these coins will soon come to the market. The Finance Ministry has issued notifications regarding these coins.

Come on, let's know some interesting things about the currency circulation and closure.

the complete history of Indian coins


There was a time when coin was introduced. First coin made of copper, then silver and then gold replaced. In India, gold coins have been trending since ancient times. But when the rule of the Muslims came on the country, then silver coins of gold and gold dinar started in North India. But during the Sher Shah period, the currency of Rupee and Ashrafi, which started in the Mughal work, instead of Durham and Dinar started.

Indian coins were first built in 1950. Since then, new coins have been produced and they are an important aspect of the Indian currency system. Today coins of 1, 2, 5 and 10 rupees are made. These coins are produced in four mints located in India, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Noida.

Until India became a republic, there was a trend of British coins in the country. The first coin in the Indian Republic was made in 1950. In India, the first 'Aana' system was run in which 1 Aanaa, 2 Aana, 1/2 were used to go coins. Half of the smallest value of the coin was half the money was closed in 1947. The 'Ana' series is also known as Pre-Dissemle Coinage.

In 1957, India was transferred to the decimal system. Although for a short time, both decimal and non-decimal coins were in circulation. The coins between 1957 and 1964 were called "new money." After this, issued 1 penny, 2 paisa, 3 paisa, 5 paisa, 10 paisa, 20 paisa and 25 paisa, 50 penny coins which are long in the country Stay on in until

The new money word was removed in 1964 and a new denomination 3 money was brought into circulation. However, coins of 1, 2 and 3 money were gradually over in the 1970s. Since the year 1962, coin coining has been done till today. After this, in 1982, a new rupee two coin of experimental was introduced to replace the notes of Rs 2 rupees. The coin of 2 rupees was not mined again till 1990, after which it was mined every year.

Let's know when the coin came in the trend and when it stopped

2 money- made in 1957 and closed in 2011.

3 money-made in 1964 and closed in 2011.

5 money-made in 1957 and closed in 2011.

10 paisa-made in 1957 and closed in 2011

25 paisa-started in 1957 and closed in 2011

50 money- is still in use in 1957

1 rupee - from 1962 till now in use

2 rupees - From 1982 till now in use

5 rupees have been in use since 1992

10 rupees have been in use since 2009


First, the value of the first arrival in the Indian economy was 6 paise. After the 1950s when 25 paise was launched. Since then it has been called to come four. Initially, 1/4 of 25 paisa was written. Shlongans also give different messages to these coins for public awareness.


Of course, 1 incoming or coming is now closed. But in many idioms and tales, it is still alive Many idioms such as "the anthology of Chavnani imprints" or "sixteen come true" are still spoken or heard even when they return to the world in the same or a second coming.

How many old coins you have? Are you fond of old or new coins? Then this is a great news for you.

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