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As per number of people review this content came from there. The Indian rupee sign ₹; code: INR) is the currency symbol for the Indian rupee, the official currency of India. Designed by Udaya Kumar, it was presented to the public by the Government of India on 15 July 2010, following its selection through an “open” competition among Indian residents. Before its adoption, the most commonly used symbols for the rupee were Rs, Re or, in texts in Indian languages, an appropriate abbreviation in the language used.
The design is based on the Devanagari letter “र” (ra) with a double horizontal line at the top. It also resembles the Latin capital letter “R”, especially R rotunda.
The Unicode character for the Indian rupee sign is U+20B9 ₹ INDIAN RUPEE SIGN. Other countries that use a rupee, such as Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Nepal, still use the generic U+20A8 ₨ RUPEE SIGN character.
The new sign is a combination of the Devanagari letter “र” (“ra”) and the Latin capital letter “R” without its vertical bar (similar to the r rotunda “Ꝛ”). The parallel lines at the top (with white space between them) are said to make an allusion to the tricolor Indian flag. and also depict an equality sign that symbolizes the nation’s desire to reduce economic disparity.
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The final selected symbol was designed by D. Udaya Kumar, a Bachelor of Architecture and visual design student at the Industrial Design Centre, IIT Bombay. The thoughts and philosophy behind the design are explained in this presentation.
Ministry of Finance and Department of Economic Affairs of the Government of India had finally approved the sign. The approval was given by Sushil Kumar, Under Secretary of the Government of India.
The Indian rupee sign selection process was challenged in the Delhi High Court, by petitioner Rakesh Kumar, who was a participant in the competition, described the process as “full of discrepancies” and “flawed”, and named the Finance Ministry and the chairman of Indian Rupee Symbol Selection Committee as respondents. On 26 November 2010, the Delhi High Court single bench dismissed the writ petition, stating there was no justifiable ground for the stated allegations.
Rupee Symbol Controversy
However, later The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi, on 30 January 2013, in W.P. (c) 2449/2012 titled Rakesh Kumar Singh Vs. Union of India (PIL) filed through lawyer Kamal Kumar Pandey, listed before the Division bench of Hon’ble Chief Justice and V. K. Jain J., taking cognizance of and in view of the irregularities and arbitrariness involved in Public Competitions for designing Symbols/Logos or designing Logos by other methods of important national bodies/institutions, in their historic judgment directed all the ministries of the Government of India to formulate/prepare guidelines to ensure transparency, wider participation of public and also that such guidelines should be of uniform nature and in uniformity with each others.
On 11 April 2013, Finance Ministry formed the guidelines for conducting public competitions for design of symbol/logo.
हम किसी भी सरकार या संस्थानों के लिए अधिकृत नहीं हैं, इन सभी शिकायतों को उपयोगकर्ता से प्रस्तुत किया गया है हमारे पास उस उपयोगकर्ता का विवरण है कि केवल आईपी पता उन्हें ट्रैक करने के लिए है। अगर आप इसे लिखने के लिए यहां शिकायत करना चाहते हैं। लेकिन हम यह तय नहीं कर पा रहे हैं कि आपकी शिकायत हम आपकी मदद करने के लिए उस कंपनी के लिए आवाज़ उठाने के लिए यहाँ हैं। कृपया प्रतीक्षा करें जब तक कंपनी प्रतिक्रिया नहीं देगी।