Demonetisation turned a year old and when it happened last year, oh, wait, 2017 is over (Damn, it is 2018! Just keep forgetting :P), and we all have been just getting confused about the change in currency.
In 2016, we bid adieu to ₹1000 notes and ₹500 got a whole makeover.
₹2000 became the flavour of the season. IMO, it’s best note that initiates a lot of savings, because chhutta nahi mila kitne din tak.
Then, RBI gave us the newbie on the block, i.e. ₹200. Orange-y fun!
Hey, ₹50 don’t feel left out, we remember you too. (You’re kinda hard to miss. That colour tho. Jhatak!)
And, as the calendar leaf turns to 2018, we are getting a new note, peeps.
Say hello to very chocolaty ₹10 notes.
RBI to shortly issue Rs.10 denomination banknotes. All the banknotes in the denomination of Rs.10 issued by RBI in the earlier series will continue to be legal tender. pic.twitter.com/2tSzRBNLuO
— ANI (@ANI) January 5, 2018
Haanji! Why should that denomination be left out na?
So, RBI has announced that the new ₹10 notes will enter into circulation soon. Do you know what it means? “That it’s only ₹20 that’s left now.” Yeah, that and that our monopoly set is almost complete.
— Rachna Srivastava (@SPIN_occhio) August 24, 2017
I mean, think about it. Pink, Dark Green, Orange, Jhatak Bluish Green and now Chocolaty.
But let’s give ₹10 a bit of limelight for now, while I secretly wait for my wish of having a set of Monopoly-coloured cash complete in my wallet come true.
RN, waiting for Internet’s reactions on this, which are coming in 3…2…1.