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200 taka notes, 4 200 taka notes, 4 commemorative notes and coins on
On the occasion of the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, banknotes worth Tk 200 are coming in the market for the first time on March 16. This information was given in a notification of Bangladesh Bank on Tuesday.
According to the central bank, gold and silver commemorative coins worth Rs 100 and commemorative notes worth Rs 100 and Rs 200 will be available at other branch offices of Bangladesh Bank, including Motijheel office, from March 16. Earlier, they will be released on March 16. On that day, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate it at the Osmani Memorial Auditorium in the capital. The note will have the same inscription on it as in the case of a conventional bank note, 'will be obliged to give it to the bearer only on demand'.
At present there are 1 Taka, 2 Taka, 5 Taka, 10 Taka, 20 Taka, 50 Taka, 100 Taka, 500 Taka and 1000 Taka notes in circulation.
Commemorative notes worth Rs
Features of Rs. 200 denomination commemorative banknotes
These notes are printed on 100% cotton paper and varnished with UV curing. The commemorative banknote denomination of Rs. 200 signed by the Governor of Bangladesh Bank Fazle Kabir has a portrait of Bangabandhu on the front left side and the denomination notes of '৳ 200' and '200' are printed in the background. Besides, on the upper part of the note is written 'Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's birth centenary 1920-2020', in the upper right corner is written '200' in English and in the lower right corner is written 'মূল্য 200' in Bengali. On the right side of the back of the note is a view of the flowing river and river bank of rural Bengal (boat on the river bank, jute fields on the bank and jute loading on the boat). On its left side is a picture of Bangabandhu when he was a minister of the United Front. On the top of the note is written in English ‘Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Centenary 1920-2020’ and in the lower left corner is written ‘Birth Centenary’.
In the upper left corner of the note is written '200' in Bengali and in the right corner is 'Bangladesh Bank Monogram' and in the lower right corner is written '৳ 200'. In addition, it is emblazoned with the 'Bangladesh Bank Monogram' and the color of the security thread changes from red to green when the note is moved. The ‘200’ value printed in English in the right corner of the note is printed with high quality security ink so that the color changes from gold to green when the note is moved and a bright bar fluctuates from top to bottom. The Rs 200 commemorative bank note will be used in daily transactions like other bank notes.
Features of commemorative notes worth Rs
The commemorative note, signed by Bangladesh Bank Governor Fazle Kabir, has a portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on the left side of the front of the note and 'Bangabandhu's signature design' is printed on the background of the note. The upper part of the note reads 'Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's birth centenary 1920-2020' and the lower part 'Mujib Year'. On the right side of the note, the value of the commemorative note is written as '100' in English and 'নিচে 100' in Bengali. In addition, on the left side of the note, there is a vertical denomination of '৳ 100' in English. On the back of the note is a view of the Sundarbans (a view of the river with the Royal Bengal Tiger inside the golpata and sundari trees and the river with sailing boats beside the forest). On the top of the note is written ‘Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Centenary 1920-2020’, below is written ‘ONE HUNDRED TAKA’ and ‘BANGLADESH BANK’. In addition, on the top right side of the note, the value of the commemorative note is printed in English as '100' and in the lower left side, the value is denoted as 'বাংল 100' in Bengali and on the right side is printed 'Monogram of Bangladesh Bank'. The commemorative note of Rs 100 has 'Bangabandhu's portrait', '100' and 'Bangladesh Bank's monogram' as watermarks. In addition, the ‘Bangladesh Bank Monogram’ is inlaid and the color of the security thread changes from green to blue when the note is moved and the inner circular design changes from small to large and from large to small / size.
Features gold and silver commemorative coins worth 100 rupees
The gold commemorative coin made of 25 mm diameter and 22 carat gold with a face value of Rs 100 weighs 10 grams and the silver commemorative coin with a face value of Rs 100 with a diameter of 36 mm and made of 925 fine silver weighs 30 grams. Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on the front of both gold and silver commemorative coins, denomination '৳ 100' below the portrait and semicircularly 'Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Birth Centenary 1920-2020' and 'Bangladesh Bank Monogram' The line reads 'Centenary 1920-2020' and 'Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman'.
The gold commemorative coin has been priced at Tk 53,000 including the commemorative box and the silver commemorative coin has been priced at Tk 3,500 including the commemorative box.