The above is an image of the obverse of a bimetallic Rupees Ten coin issued on the occasion. On the outer left periphery is mentioned “Bharat” in Hindi/Devnagri. (Notice that the word “rupiye” in Hindi and “Rupees” in English which is normally mentioned on other ten Rupee coins issued hithertobefore in recent times, is missing from this coin). On the outer right periphery is mentioned “India” in English.
Links to other Articles on coins issued on Prominent saints and temples of India:
1) Sant Dnyaneshwar and Sant Tukaram
2) Sant Thiruvalluvar
3) Mahatma Basaveshwara
4) Jagathguru Sree Narayana Gurudev
5) Mother Teresa
6) Saint Alphonsa
7) Lord Mahavira: 24th Teerthankar of Jainism
8) Celebrating 1000 years of Brihadeeshwarar Temple
(The above Rupees Five coin has been given for my collection by
Krishna Tonpe, while the Rupees Ten coin has been collected by me from a coin exhibition).