Which historical places have been printed on new notes ?

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A detailed understanding of the picture on India's newly issued currency notes is given. It will be very useful for the upcoming exam and its importance has been given.
Konark Surya Temple is located in Puri district of Odisha state of India.  This temple was included in the World Heritage by UNESCO in the year 1984.  This temple was built by Sambha, son of Lord Krishna.
There is a picture of Hampi's chariot on the 50 note which came in the market last year.  The history of Hampi dates back to the reign of Emperor Ashoka.  Hampi is currently located in the state of Karnataka.  Hampi used to be the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire during its glorious times.
Sanchi is a small village located in Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh state.  It is also the Nagar Panchayat of Raisen district.  The village has many Buddhist monuments.  These include stupas.  Due to being in Sanchi, he was called Sanchi Stupa.
There is a picture of the Red Fort of Delhi on the 500 note that came in the market after the ban.  Lala Fort was built by Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughal emperor.  The walls of this fort are made of red stone solar red sand.
At the same time, after demonetisation, the government closed the note of 1 thousand and introduced 2 thousand notes in the market.  Mangalyaan's picture is printed on the back of this note and Ashok Stabh with Gandhiji in front.  Mangalyaan Expedition Indian.

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