Money Kumar: Sure. Just follow the hear, touch, feel and see principle.
Money Kumar: Let me show you some special features in a 100 rupee note. Can you hear the crackling sound of the paper? This is different from your normal paper because the currency notes are printed on special paper made out of soft cloth rags.
Money Kumar: Ok. Now just run your finger lightly over the note. Can you feel some portions of the note which have raised printing? Now look at the security thread. Can you see "RBI" and "Bharat" (written in hindi in comic) written alternately in the visible part of the thread? Now raise the note against light. In the watermark window, you will see the portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, some criss-cross lines and also the numeral '100'. Also look at this neat floral design. You will see a nice flower with the numeral '100' when held against light. But otherwise, it will appear like two different designs on the front and the back.