Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Currency issued by Rashtranayak Netaji

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    • By Dipin Damodharan
    • A novel thing on this great patriot surfaced in Madhya Pradesh on the eve of 113th Netaji Jayanthi when a currency with a denomination of one lakh issued by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s Bank of Independence was made public.

      If the INA can conquer the British Army, this must have been be our currency.

      The currency is similar to that of the present day Indian Rupee. Instead of Mohan Das Gandhi we can see the photograph of Rashtranayak Netaji on the left side of the currency and a map of unified Bharat (Akhant Bharat) with the inscription of Swantra Bharat in Hindi on the other.
    • Praagilal provided his land for the Indian National Army and so Netaji rewarded him with this note assuring the amount in Independent Bharat.

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