Reserve Bank of India is all set to release a new Rs 100 note next month, and this will be in violet colour. On this note Gujarat’s Rani Ki Vav image will be printed according to Dainik Bhaskar report. More to it, the size of the new note will be smaller than the old note, but it will be little bigger than Rs 10 note.
According to reports, old Rs 100 note will not stop and they will be continued in the circulation, and the printing of the new notes have been started in the printing press of Dewas. The new design was given final shape at the printing press, where Rs 2000 note are also printed.
The ink and paper used in the printing of the new note will be from our country, and no foreign ink will be used, reports claim. However, once the new notes arrive, the ATM setting will have to be changed once again because the size of this note will be different. And this will be the fourth time when banks have to make changes to their ATMs. Earlier, there changes had to be made for new notes of 2000, 500 and 200 rupees.