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The India 1,000 Rupees Banknote was issued by the Reserve Bank of India in 2008. The banknote has a color combination of red, pink, yellow, orange, black, green, and light blue. Depicted on the banknote’s obverse are Mahatma Gandhi, the lion capital of the Ashoka pillar, and the RBI seal that shows a tiger and a palm tree. The reverse features a language panel, farmers riding a combine tractor in a wheat field. It also depicts an offshore oil drilling platform, a satellite, a young woman using a computer with a CRT monitor, and a steel mill. The banknote contains a flower registration device and a 3-mm wide green-to-blue windowed security thread with demetallized RBI and the country name. It also bears a watermark that reveals an electrotype 1000, Mahatma Gandhi, a vertical RBI, and 1000. The banknote measures 176 x 73 mm and is signed by Duvvuri Subbarao. This banknote does not have a plate letter and is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.