5 Rupees Gem Bunc Coin of 150 Years of Kuka Movement 1857-2007 (B)

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On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Kuka movement, India issued this 5 rupees
commemorative coin on 5th October, 2012, for general circulation. On this occasion, another
coin, in the denomination of 100 rupees, was issued for inclusion in proof / UNC sets

REVERSE:- The reverse face of the coin shows the combined portrait of Satguru Ram Singh Ji
in the Centre, his followers hanged on the left side and on the right side standing in front of the
mouth of canon, with inscription "Kuka Andolan ke150 Barsh" in Devnagri script on the outer
left periphery and "150 YEARS OF KUKA MOVEMENT" in English on the outer right
periphery. The inscription " Satguru Ram Singh Ji " in Devnagri script is shown above the
portrait on the left inner periphery and "SATGURU RAM SINGH JI" in English is flanked on
the right inner periphery. The year's figure "1857-2007" is shown below the portrait in
International Numerals.

OBSERVE --. The top portion contains words “Bharat” in Hindi and "INDIA" in English, The
bottom portion shows "Rupaye" in Hindi and "RUPEES" in English.The center portion bears the
“Lion capitol” of Ashok Pillar with the legend “Satyameva Jayate” in Hindi inscribed below, the
prominent International numeral “5” indicates the denomination.

Minted at – Bombay(C), Calcutta(C), Hyderabad(C), Noida(C).


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Year: Released-2007, Issued-2013

Metal: Nickel_Brass

Weight: 6 Grams

Size: 23 mm

Shape: Circular

Mint: Bombay(C), Calcutta(C), Hyderabad(C), Noida(C)