Indian 1000 Rupee note

Banknotes from India 1000 Rupee note
1000 Rupee Indian Currency Note
Banknotes from India 1000 Rupee note Reserve Bank of India

Obverse: RESERVE BANK OF INDIA in two lines below GUARANTEED BY THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT. Signed by Governor ‘For THE RESERVE BANK of INDIA’. Ashoka Pillar in right window, Serial number in top right and lower left. ONE THOUSAND RUPEES and EK HAJAAR RUPAYA in Hindi in Central Denomination Panel. 1000 in top left, EK HAJAAR RUPAYA in Hindi in lower left. ONE THOUSAND RUPEES in lower right. Circle of issue below promise text in centre. 1000 in lower centre. Tiny ‘BHARAT’ in Hindi below watermark window and Ashoka Pillar window. Multi colour microtint in all four borders.
Reverse: RESERVE BANK OF INDIA in centre, language panel on left window. Vignette of Tanjore temple in central panel with ‘TANJORE TEMPLE’ written in lower right. RBI seal in centre below. 1000 on top corners. EK HAJAAR RUPAYA in Hindi below left window and ONE THOUSAND RUPEES below watermark window.
Microlettering: Intertwined concentric circles with 1000 and RESERVE BANK OF INDIA beneath both serial number panels. RESERVE BANK OF INDIA repeated in five lines within Circle of Issue panel.
Watermark: Ashoka Pillar on left. RESERVE BANK OF INDIA above and RESERVE BANK OF INDIA in three lines below it. Six links on top, ten links below connected to the eleven vertical links on the right and one link below connected to the eleven vertical links to the left.
Dimensions: 20.3 X 12.7 cm.
Type: First issued in 1954; demonetized on 16th january 1978 vignette of tanjore temple (now known as brihadeeswarar temple) at thanjavur in tamilnadu, south india on reverse.

India Banknotes - Reserve Bank of India
ND (1949-1970) "Lion Capital of Ashoka" First Issue

2 Rupees engal Tiger on left   2 Rupees Roaring Bengal Tiger facing right   5 Rupees   10 Rupees   100 Rupees Elephants   100 Rupees Hirakud Dam   1000 Rupees   5000 Rupees   10000 Rupees

Thanjavur Brihadeeswara Temple

The Peruvudaiyar Kovil is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva that is located in the city of Thanjavur in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is an important example of Tamil architecture achieved during the Chola dynasty. It is also known as Periya Kovil, Brihadeshwara Temple, RajaRajeswara Temple and Rajarajeswaram, It is one of the largest temples in India and one of India's most prized architectural sites. Built by emperor Raja Raja Chola I and completed in 1010 AD, Peruvudaiyaar Temple, also popularly known as the 'Big Temple', turned 1000 years old in 2010. The temple is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the "Great Living Chola Temples".
Thanjavur Periya Kovil stands amidst fortified walls that were probably added in the 16th century. The vimanam (or temple tower) is 216 ft (66 m) high and is among the tallest of its kind in the world. The Kumbam (Kalasha or Chikharam, the apex or the bulbous structure on the top) of the temple is carved out of a single rock and it weighs around 80 tons. There is a big statue of Nandi (sacred bull), carved out of a single rock, at the entrance measuring about 16 feet long and 13 feet high. The entire temple structure is made out of granite, the nearest sources of which are close to Tiruchirappalli, about 60 km to the west of Thanjavur.