Where are notes printed in India, from which country does ink-paper come? Read

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Many types of notes are use in India. But people do not have complete information about where notes are printed in India and how it is printed. Today, according to a report in this subject, we will try to know in detail.

Where are the notes made in India?

According to the information received, note printing is done in four places in India in Nashik, Dewas, Mysore and Salboni (West Bengal). Let us tell you that these presses work under the leadership of Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India, working under the Ministry of Finance. Indian currency notes are printed by the Government of India and Reserve Bank of India,

from which country does ink-paper come from?

According to a report, the ink is mainly imported from Swiss company SICPA for printing currency notes in India. Three types of ink are used to print the note so that the note cannot be copied.

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Where are notes printed in India, from which country does ink-paper come? Read

Optical Variable Ink:

Let us tell you that the note cannot be copied, so optical variable ink is used to print the note. Intaglio Ink: This ink is used in printing the picture of Mahatma Gandhi on the note.

Fluorescence Ink:

Fluorescence ink is used for printing the number panel of a note.

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