Image behind the Indian 20Rs note

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Image behind the Indian 20Rs note

By |2018-07-29T18:36:41+00:00June 15th, 2015|Blog|2 Comments

The Indian 20-rupee banknote is the smaller standard denomination of the Indian rupee. The current ₹20 banknote in circulation is a part of the Mahatma Gandhi Series. Did you notice what is there in 20 rupees note back side?

Have you ever noticed the Image behind the Indian 20Rs note? If you have one, just pull out the note now and draw your attention towards the beautiful picture on it. Ever wondered if it depicts real or some fantastic location?


Well, this is from our country and if ever you are planning a trip to “Andaman” look out for the island called “North Bay Island / Coral Island” which is a very well know tourist place in Andaman island and very near to central city “PortBlair.”

This exact scene can be witnessed when you are on your way to Mt Harriot, and there is one small opening which gives the accurate view. Ask for this view when you are next planning for Andaman trip, get snapped, take a selfie. You will feel good to be here with this information.

Still, need something to be proved? Here’s the actual view of the island!


So for your next Andaman trip, you know where you have to take selfie :). travelescape.In the team always scout for similar valuable travel information from our rich and beautiful country India. Be proud to share and pass the information.

Suggested Read: Prestine Havelock island is only 41 km northeast of the capital city, Port Blair. It takes roughly 2 hrs by a ferry to reach from Port Blair to Havelock. For all the detail, why not read our detail Havelock travel guide 


The recent introduction of The Indian 2,000-rupee banknote, we now also have another grand image for Rs 2,000 rupee note backside. The picture is of Indian space rover “Mangalyaan”. Read here more aboutMangalyaan- Amazing facts

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Nilabh Ranjan
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  • Deepak Acharya says:

    Never noticed that 🙂

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