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The India 1,000 Rupees Banknote was issued by the Reserve Bank of India In 2014. It has a color combination of red, pink, yellow, orange, black, green, and light blue. Its obverse features Mahatma Gandhi, the RBI seal with a tiger and a palm tree, the lion capital of the Ashoka pillar, and flowers. The reverse depicts a language panel, farmers riding a combine tractor in a wheat field, 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 3-mm wide green-to-blue windowed security thread with demetallized RBI and India. Its watermark reveals an electrotype 1000, Mahatma Gandhi, a vertical RBI, and 1000. It also has the denomination as its registration device. The banknote is 176 x 73 mm in size and is signed by Raghuram G. Rajan. This particular paper bill bears the Plate Letter L and is in uncirculated condition.