What is a bank note detector?

An Indian bank note is a metal coin that contains the currency denomination.

Its a good way to check if you have enough cash to buy something at the store, for example.

It is also a handy way to track the value of your savings.

In India, the notes are issued in denominations of Rs.500, Rs.1,000 and Rs.2,000.

You can also buy coins with the notes in denominations ranging from Rs.10 to Rs.100.

These coins are also considered currency notes.

If you want to use them as a form of identification to buy goods and services in India, you can also use them to buy a fake currency.

The most popular type of counterfeit currency is called a rupiah.

The name comes from a slang term for the coin in which the rupie symbol is placed.

The currency is not considered legal tender in India.

The rupia is also known as black money and is used as a means of tax evasion in India by those who can afford to use it.

A black money transaction can cost up to five times the amount of the currency.

The counterfeit currency used to be a common sight on the streets of India.

Many people were buying fake currency to avoid paying taxes.

In 2016, there were 1.35 trillion rupees worth of counterfeit rupees in circulation.