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The India 5 Rupees Banknote was issued by the Reserve Bank of India between 2002 and 2008. The banknote has a color combination of green, blue, orange, and purple. Its obverse features Mahatma Gandhi, the lion capital of the Ashoka pillar, and the RBI seal with a tiger and a palm tree. The reverse depicts a language panel and a farmer plowing a field with a modern tractor with a sun rising over hills and trees. The banknote contains a solid security thread with demetallized text. It also contains a watermark that reflects Mahatma Gandhi, a vertical RBI, and 5. The banknote also bears the signature of Bimal Jalan. It is 118 x 63 mm in size. This particular banknote has a letter L plate and is in uncirculated condition.