State Bank Of Pakistan Will Present New Currency Notes!

State Bank Of Pakistan Will Present New Currency Notes!


State Bank Of Pakistan Will issue New Currency Notes!
State Bank of Pakistan has chosen to roll out significant improvements in currency notes of Pakistan. Nation’s national bank has taken choice to supplant Currency notes of Rs. 50, 100, 500 and 1,000. Sources has told WP that this choice was under thought for recent years however implantation of this choice was pending support from higher powers.
State Bank powers has rolled out significant improvements in outlines and security examples of new currency notes. Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Fatima Jinnah, Allama Iqbal and Liaqat Ali Khan will be included on coin notes of Rs 1000, 500, 100 and 50 separately. Prior, all currency notes used to highlight picture of Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Another change that has been made in bill components is, security design. Engraved banner, and more mind boggling security examples will help to keep new notes from falsifying of these new bills. Braille digits are likewise engraved to help individuals who are visually impaired to identify the notes.
A country’s currency design is a ubiquitous component of its overall nation-brand which works as, in addition to as a legal tender, a visual reminder of the nation’s history, values and culture. This self-initiated project’s goal was to redesign Pakistan’s currency notes while exploring different possibilities in terms of patterns, motifs, personalities, layout and typography.

In the sub-continent currency designs revolve usually around one personality. For Pakistan it has always been Quaid-e-Azam, for India it’s always been Gandhi. Here we have a proposition by Lahore based designer Shan ul Haq that celebrates several major personalities who played pivotal roles in the making of Pakistan.
The Designs in Detail:
Shan ul Haq’s designs are a blend of traditional and modern, with a striking minimalistic look much unlike Pakistan’s usual intricately patterned approach. Nevertheless enough elements from our current approach are preserved in the new designs. The traditional arabesque patterns as seen on our current notes make a showing on the new designs as well. The color selection is also reminiscent of our current notes; the 100 rupee bill, the laal note, is still red so as to facilitate the transition into the new system for the audience, the people.
For some reason, we don’t use our official name, ‘Islamic Republic of Pakistan’, on the banknotes. These ones make it a point to highlight our complete official name, as it is our country’s identity.
Why Vertical?

The majority of people hand over notes vertically when making purchases. All machines accept notes vertically. Therefore a vertical note makes more sense. While working on the project, there wasn’t an intention or motivation to send it as a proposal to the State Bank, but who knows!