Sometime back I read an interested fact that The Royal Shield reverse designs can be found in UK Pound Sterling coins.
I then started collecting coins to get the complete set. I got all coins except 50p coin. I kept looking for 50p coins and no luck for more than 6 months.
Last week, I got 50p too to have the complete set.
Here is the Royal Shield
This is really a genius design.
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Chinese designers have come up with an innovative cost-effective public transport system: the tunnel bus.
The remarkable bus straddles two lanes of traffic, allowing cars to drive underneath while it carries up to 1,200 passengers.
Check out the 3d video demo of the Tunnel Bus.
Very impressive design.
Indian currency doesn’t have a unique symbol or identity. So far
Rs or Re have been used to denote the Indian currency.
Last year, Govt of India decided to create symbol for Indian currency which should capture the sense of India’s history and culture. A
competition was announced last year to public to provide suggestions.
There are five symbols that are shortlisted now, to choose a suitable symbol to represent Indian currency.
One among the five will take part in the
What is your selection?
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Design Indian Currency Symbol
Most of the countries have identification symbols for their currency.
$ is for U.S Dollar, £ for GBP, € for Euro etc.,
But Indian currency, Rupee, does not have a unique identification symbol. So for,
Rs has been used to denote the Indian currency and there is no official symbol to identify the Indian Currency.
Government of India – Ministry of Finance announced Competition for Design to finalize an official identification symbol for Indian currency.
This would be a great opportunity for all artists and designers to take part in this historical competition.
Are you not an artist? No worries, still you can take part in the historical event.
Economic Times came up with a set of currency designs that are designed by it’s designers. This has been released to public to select the best design out of the set.
All these designs along with the public view will be sent to Ministry of Finance. Visit the following link to select your own symbol from the set.
Select the rupee symbol by Economic Times
Last date for submitting your own designs to Ministry of Finance is
1:00 pm IST – 15 Apr 2009.