Now you can wear India's new currency notes printed on your sari

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After the Indian government’s demonetization announcement late last year, the country has been wrapped in problems arising out of a cash crunch. 

But there is one place where you can see some new notes.

The newly issued 2,000-rupee ($29) notes have now found their way into fabric design. 

Gujarat: Saree with print of the newly introduced pink-coloured Rs. 2000 note hit Surat markets #demonetisation pic.twitter.com/4tO2Rl41m0

— ANI (@ANI_news) January 11, 2017

The bright pink design has been printed 504 times on a sari selling in Surat in the state of Gujarat. A sari is an unstitched garment draped by Indian women and is a common sight across the country.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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