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This used 1,000 Indian rupee note is dated 2009 and signed by RBI Governor Duvvuri Subbarao. It is a red, pink, yellow, orange, black, green, and light blue note that measures 176 mm x 73 mm. Its obverse side shows the lion capital of Ashoka pillar, flowers, the Reserve Bank seal, and a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi. Its reverse side shows the language panel, a satellite, a young woman using a computer, a steel mill, a farmer using a combine tractor, and an offshore oil drilling platform. Security features include a 3-mm wide green-to-blue windowed security thread with demetalized RBI and Hindi text, a denomination registration device, and a watermark of Mahatma Gandhi with an electrotype 1000 and a vertical RBI 1000. The note was demonetized in 2016.