Security feature of Taka

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Security features of Taka

Security Features Of 1000 Taka Denomination Note

Front Side of the Note Back Side of the Note
1. The size of this note is 160×70mm duly signed by the Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor, Bangladesh Bank.
2. This note is printed on highly durable paper containing synthetic fibre.
3. This note contains the following watermarks:
‐ The Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation;
‐ Numerical ‘1000’ as very bright electrotype watermark just below the portrait;
‐ Bangladesh Bank’s logo on the left side of the portrait which is brighter than the portrait.
4. This note contains the following things in intaglio ink which are felt rough when rubbed by finger:
‐ Seven parallel slanted straight lines in the rright-handside,
‐ Portrait of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman in the left hand side,
‐ Five small dots at the right hand side for the blinds to recognize the note,
‐ Bengali 1000, English 1000, relevant text of the middle portion of the front side,
‐ Photograph of National Parliament building.
5. The colour of ‘1000’ printed with Optically Variable Ink (OVI) in the upper right hand side will shift from golden to green and vice versa in the event of oscillation of the note.
6. The note has a 4mm security thread embedded on the left side of the note containing the logo of the Bangladesh Bank and the text ‘1000 Taka. Both the ‘Bank logo’ and the text ‘1000 Taka’ appears white when seen directly and black when seen from 90 degree angle.
7. ‘1000’ printed latently in the lower border will be found if the note is hold horizontally.
8. Repeated microprints of the texts ‘1000 TAKA’ and ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ in two distinct vertical straight lines can be found on the left to the security thread. Also there are vertical straight lines of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ just inside the pattern on the back‐left side
and of the text ‘ONE HUNDRED TAKA’ on the back‐right side. These microprints can only be seen with the help of a magnifying glass.
9. The text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ is printed on the ‘Iridescent Stripe’ in light blue colour. The colour will vary when the note is oscillated.
10. The front left‐side of the note contains the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation. The picture of National Monument is printed in light color in the middle of the front side of the note.
11. There are repeated microprints of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ over the denomination
‘1000’ which is printed in light color at the bottom‐left corner on the back side of the note.
The microprints can only be seen with the help of a magnifying glass.
12. There is a photograph of National Parliament building printed in intaglio ink on the back side of the note.

 

Security Features Of 500 Taka Denomination Note

1. The size of this note is 152×65mm duly signed by the Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor,
Bangladesh Bank.
2. This note is printed on highly durable paper containing synthetic fibre.
3. This note contains the following watermarks:
‐ The Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation;
‐ Numerical ‘500’ as very bright electrotype watermark just below the portrait;
‐ Bangladesh Bank’s logo on the left side of the portrait which is brighter than the
portrait.
4. This note contains the following things in intaglio ink which are felt rough when felt by
finger:
‐ Seven parallel slanted straight lines in the right hand side which can be easily felt rough,
‐ Portrait of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman in the left
hand side,
‐ Four small dots at the right hand side for the blinds to recognize the note,
‐ Bengali 500, English 500, relevant text of the middle portion of the front side,
‐ Photograph of cultivation of the back side.
5. The colour of ‘500’ printed with Optically Variable Ink (OVI) in the upper right hand side
will shift from red to light green and vice versa in the event of oscillation of the note.
6. The note has a 4mm security thread embedded on the left side of the note containing the
logo of the Bangladesh Bank and the text ‘500 uàNà’. Both the ‘Bank logo’ and the text ‘500
UvKv’ appear white when seen directly and black when seen from 90 degree angle.
7. ‘500’ printed latently in the lower border will be found if the note is hold horizontally.
8. Repeated microprints in vertical straight line of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ can be seen
in the vertical straight line left to the security thread and just inside the text ‘FIVE
HUNDRED TAKA’ on the left‐back side. These microprints can only be seen with the help of
a magnifying glass.
9. The front left‐side of the note contains the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur
Rahman, the Father of the Nation. The picture of National Monument is printed in light color
in the middle of the front side of the note.
10. There are repeated microprints of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ over the denomination
‘500’ which is printed in light color at the bottom‐left corner on the back side of the note.
The microprints can only be seen with the help of a magnifying glass.
11. There is a photograph of cultivation printed in intaglio ink on the back side of the note.

Security Features Of 100 Taka Denomination Note

Front Side of the Note Back Side of the Note
1. The size of this note is 140×62mm duly signed by the Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor, Bangladesh Bank.
2. This note is printed on highly durable paper containing synthetic fibre.
3. This note contains the following watermarks:
‐ The Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation;
‐ Numerical ‘100’ as very bright electrotype watermark just below the portrait;
‐ Bangladesh Bank’s logo on the left side of the portrait which is brighter than the
portrait.
4. This note contains the following things in intaglio ink which are felt rough when rubbed by
finger:
‐ Seven parallel slanted straight lines in the right hand side,
‐ Portrait of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman in the left
hand side,
‐ Three small dots at the right hand side for the blind to recognize the note,
‐ Bengali 100, English 100, relevant text of the middle portion of the front side,
‐ Tara mosque of the back side.
5. The colour of the denomination ‘100’ printed with Optically Variable Ink (OVI) in the upper
right hand side will shift from golden to green and vice versa in the event of oscillation of
the note.
6. The note has a 4mm security thread embedded on the left side of the note containing the
logo of the Bangladesh Bank and the text ‘100 uàNà’. Both the ‘Bank logo’ and the text ‘100
UvKv’ appear white when seen directly and black when seen from 90 degree angle.
7. ‘100’ printed latently in the lower border will be found if the note is hold horizontally.
8. Repeated microprints of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ can be seen in vertical straight line
left to the security thread and just inside the text ‘ONE HUNDRED TAKA’ on the back side of
the note. These microprints can only be seen with the help of a magnifying glass.
9. The front left‐side of the note contains the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur
Rahman, the Father of the Nation. The picture of National Monument is printed in light color
in the middle of the front side of the note.
10. There are repeated microprints of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ over the denomination
‘100’ which is printed in light color at the bottom‐left corner on the back side of the note.
The microprints can only be seen with the help of a magnifying glass.
11. There is a picture of ‘Tara Mosque’ printed in intaglio ink on the back side of the note.

Security Features Of 50 Taka Denomination Note

Front Side of the Note Back Side of the Note
1. The size of this note is 130×60mm duly signed by the Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor,
Bangladesh Bank.
2. This note is printed on highly durable paper containing synthetic fibre.
3. This note contains the following watermarks:
‐ The Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation;
‐ Numerical ‘50’ as very bright electrotype watermark just below the portrait;
‐ Bangladesh Bank’s logo on the left side of the portrait which is brighter than the portrait.
4. The note has a 2mm security thread embedded on the left side of the note containing the logo of the Bangladesh Bank and the text ‘50 uàNà’. Both the ‘Bank logo’ and the text ‘50 uàNà’  appears white when seen directly and black when seen from 90 degree angle.
5. There are two small dots on the lower‐right corner which are felt uneven when rubbed by finger. This feature helps the blind in recognizing the note.
6. There are repeated microprints in straight‐line of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ inside the  vertical pattern on the left to the portrait and inside the vertical text of ‘FIFTY TAKA’ on the  back‐right hand side which can only be seen with magnifying glass.
7. There is latently printed ‘50’ on the lower border of the front side of the note which can be seen if the note is hold horizontally.
8. The front left‐side of the note contains the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation. The picture of National Monument is printed in light color  in the middle of the front side of the note.
9. The front side of the note also contains the following things which are felt uneven when  rubbed by finger ––
‐ seven parallel slanted straight lines on the front‐right side,
‐ relevant text at the middle and
‐ denomination of the note printed in the front side.
10. There is a picture of the famous painting Moi deya (Plough the field) by Shilpacharza Zainul Abedin on the back side of the note.

Security Features Of 20 Taka Denomination Note:

Front Side of the Note Back Side of the Note
1. The size of this note is 127×60mm duly signed by the Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor,
Bangladesh Bank.
2. This note is printed on highly durable paper containing synthetic fibre.
3. This note contains the following watermarks:
‐ The Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation;
‐ Numerical ‘20’ as very bright electrotype watermark just below the portrait;
‐ Bangladesh Bank’s logo on the left side of the portrait which is brighter than the
portrait.
4. The note has a 2mm security thread embedded on the left side of the note containing the
logo of the Bangladesh Bank and the text ‘20 Taka. Both the ‘Bank logo’ and the text ‘20 Taka’ appear white when seen directly and black when seen from 90 degree angle.
5. There is a small dot on the lower right corner which is felt uneven when rubbed by finger.
This feature helps the blind recognize the note.
6. There are repeated microprints in straight‐line of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ just inside the vertical pattern on the left to the portrait and just below the vertical text ‘TWENTY TAKA’ which can only be seen with magnifying glass.
7. The front left‐side of the note contains the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation. The picture of National Monument is printed in light color
in the middle of the front side of the note.
8. The front side of the note also contains the following things which are felt uneven when rubbed by finger –
‐ seven parallel slanted straight lines on the front‐right side,
‐ relevant text at the middle, and
‐ denomination of the note printed in the front side.
9. There is a photograph of the Shat Gombuz Maszid (the Mosque with Sixty Domes) of Bagerhat district on the back side of the note.

Security Features Of 10 Taka Note

Front Side of the Note Back Side of the Note
1. The size of this note is 123×60mm duly signed by the Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor, Bangladesh Bank.
2. This note is printed on highly durable paper containing synthetic fibre.
3. This note contains the following watermarks:
‐ The Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation;
‐ Numeral ‘10’ as very bright electrotype watermark just below the portrait;
‐ Electrotype watermark of Bangladesh Bank’s logo on the left side of the portrait which is
brighter than the portrait.
4. The note has a 2mm security thread on the left side of the note containing the logo of Bangladesh
Bank and the text ‘10 Taka’. Both the ‘Bank logo’ and the text ‘10 Taka’ appear white when seen
directly and black when seen from 90 degree angle.
5. There is a small square on the upper right corner which is felt uneven when rubbed by finger. This
feature helps the blind in recognizing the note.
6. There are repeated microprints of the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ inside the vertical pattern on
the left to the portrait which can only be seen with magnifying glass.
7. The front left-side of the note contains the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation. The picture of National Monument is printed in light color in the middle of the front side of the note.
8. The front side of the note also contains the following things which are felt uneven when rubbed
by finger –
‐ the text ‘BANGLADESH BANK’ written in both Bengali and English,
‐ relevant text at the middle and
‐ denomination of the note printed in the front side.
9. There is a photograph of the National Mosque on the back side of the note.

Security Features Of 5 Taka Note

Front Side of the Note Back Side of the Note
1. The size of this note is 117×60mm duly signed by the Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor,Bangladesh Bank.
2. This note is printed on highly durable paper containing synthetic fibre.
3. This note contains the following watermarks:
‐ The Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation;
‐ Numeral ‘5’ as very bright electrotype watermark just below the portrait;
‐ Electrotype watermark of Bangladesh Bank’s logo on the left side of the portrait which is brighter than the portrait.
4. The note has a 2mm security thread on the left which is embedded inside the note and can be seen from both sides when seen against light.
5. There are repeated microprints of the text BANGLADESH BANK’ inside the vertical pattern on the left to the portrait which can only be seen with magnifying glass.
6. The front left-side of the note contains the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman,the Father of the Nation. The picture of National Monument is printed in light color in the middle of the front side of the note.
7. The photograph of the Kusumba Mosque of Naogaon is printed on the back side of the note.

Security Features Of 2 Taka Note

Front Side of the Note Back Side of the Note
1. The size of the note is 100mm × 60mm and is signed by the Finance Secretary;
2. This note is printed on highly durable paper containing synthetic fibre;
3. This note contains the following watermarks:
‐ The Portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation;
‐ Numeral ‘2’ as very bright electrotype watermark just below the portrait;
‐ Electrotype watermark of the logo of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh on the left side of the portrait which is brighter than the portrait.
4. The note has a 2mm security thread on the left which is embedded inside the note and can be seen from both sides when seen against the light;
5. There are repeated microprints of the text ‘BANGLADESH’ inside the vertical pattern on the
left to the portrait which can only be seen with magnifying glass.
6. The front left-side of the note contains the portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzibur Rahman, the Father of the Nation. The picture of National Monument is printed in light color in the middle of the front side of the note.
7. The sketch of the Memorial Monument for the Language Martyrs is printed on the back side
of the note.

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