mints where the new notes are being printed. 2 mints printing Rs. 2,000 notes are located in Mysuru, Karnataka and Salboni, West Bengal. 2 mints printing Rs. 500 notes are located in Dewas, Madhya Pradesh, and in Nashik, Maharashtra.
notes per month can be printed by the 4 mints combined.
value of the currency - roughly equal to the gross domestic product of Portugal - that has been taken out of circulation and needs to be replaced.
notes will be required to replace the value of the notes taken out of circulation, assuming half that value is printed in ₹500 rupee notes and the other half is printed in ₹2,000 rupee notes.
will be required to replace the 17.5 billion notes as per the assumption made above.
Reserve Bank of India issue offices in major cities across the country that receive the printed notes from the nearest mint.
+ currency chests operated by various banks where the money is transported to from various issue offices in high-security vans.
ATMs, ? bank branches, 120,000 banking correspondents network, 130,000 post office branches and 250,000 rural points that need to be replenished with the new notes.