3 Nepali currency notes, one coin in most attractive list

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The Telegraph has listed three Nepali currency notes and one coin among the 21 most attractive currency notes in the world.

The British newspaper has ranked Rs 500 notes as 11th attractive, Rs 5 as 12th and Rs 1 as 13th. It has also ranked two rupee coins as the 19th most attractive.

Nepal boasts some lovely notes, such as this one showing two tigers in great detail, it has written in caption of the Rs 500 note.

"Animals feature strongly here too—these are two yaks, which are important in Nepalese culture," the caption beneath Rs 5 note reads.

"The simplicity of colors stands out in this one rupee note, also from one," the caption below Rs 1 note states. "A man herds buffalo (sic) through a field on this whimsical Nepalese coin," the caption for Rs 2 coin reads.

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