The Radcliffe Line was published on 17 August 1947 as a boundary demarcation line between India and Pakistan upon the Partition of India.
Found it!! this is the Round Table (with the "Radcliffe Line" down the centre) on which the Partition of India was finalised by Jinnah & Nehru.
The coin shows a portrait of Jawaharlal Nehru facing front, in the centre. Along the periphery of this face of the coin is the inscription “Jawaharlal Nehru ki 125vi Jayanti” (in Hindi/ Devnagri) on the upper periphery and “125th Birth Anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru” (in English) on the lower periphery. At the bottom, below his portrait are mentioned the years under commemoration “1889-2014”. 2014 is also the 50th year of Nehru’s passing away in 1964.
This face shows the Lion Capital in the centre with the legend “Satyameva Jayate” (Truth will Prevail/triumph). On the left periphery/flank is the word “Bharat”, in Hindi/Devnagri script and on the right hand periphery/flank is mentioned “India”, in English. On the bottom half of the coin is mentioned the denominational value of the coin with the numeral “5”, preceded by the rupee symbol.
(Another version of this coin was also issued with the inscriptions in English).Rahul Kumar has an interesting titbit to add :
"The coins released in 1964 showed the legend only in English. This anomaly caused a furore "forcing" the mints to release versions with the Hindi legend".
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