Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Quiz : Money Matters

How many times do you pull out your purse and give or receive the piece of paper called Rupee? No, think about it - On an average day how many times do you use the money- while paying the bills, getting the salary, buying your kid an ice cream, sparing a thought for the street beggar or using an ATM ?
A lot many times , you would say. But how well do you know your currency ,let’s check. No, No don’t reach out for your purse. Please be honest and don’t cheat. You can post your answers as comments. And please don’t start Google searching. I am not the host of  KBC and am not promising you a single penny :D .So cheating in any case won’t solve any purpose. Rather it’s going to spoil the  party for other people. This is just a fun Quiz. Enjoy.

Quiz : Money Matters

Please note that these Q’s are applicable only on the currently used “Mahatma Gandhi ” series.

1.   Name the tree that is seen on the reverse side of a Rs.20 note.

2.   Which Indian currency has green as the main colour?

3.   Which Indian note has an image of the Himalayas printed on it?

4.   What image/picture do you see on the reverse side of a Rs.5 note?

5.   Which Indian currency is blue-green at centre,brown-purple at two sides?

6.   Which Indian note has the very famous “Dandi march” picture printed on it?

7.   What image is printed on the reverse side of  a Rs.50 note?

8.   Which Indian currency note is olive and yellow in colour?

9.   What image is printed on the reverse side of a Rs.1000 note?

10. Which Indian coin shows two stocks of wheat?

11. Which Indian currency note has the pictures of rhinoceros, elephant and tiger?

12. Which Indian currency note has orange violet as the main colour?

13. Each bank note has its amount written in how many languages?

14. If you know answer to Q13 then how many languages on the obverse side?

15.If you know answer to Q13 then how many languages on the reverse side?

Post your answers as comments.

The answers to this quiz will be posted in a while.

P.S.The answers to the quiz are out now.You can find them here.

Monday, September 27, 2010

The beginning

Every time when I browsed through the net and came across some really good sites,some really good piece of work, I had this urge of sharing and letting everyone know of the good work.So this blog is for everyone who can share information.Anyone who has a big enough heart to share is welcome.

So to start with I found this beautiful concept of "Lunch box notes"for kids.
I just gave it a try and now my kids love it.I started giving notes to my elder kid since he was in Lower Kinder Garden.He absolutely loved the idea.It added some colour to his small world reminding him that he was loved and cared for.

When my younger daughter started going to school my son instructed me the first day itself "Mumma aap usse bhi lunch note dena".I started giving her and along with the picture I used to jot down some small messages like "I love you","Waiting for you back home","You are a cutie cat".

I wasn't sure whether it was being read or noticed until i met her teacher on the first PTM.And she told me "It's so sweet of you to send the small tiffin notes.Your daughter loves them and shows them off to all her friends and they are all so excited and happy."

So all  mummas out here i want you to give it a try .Your kids are going to love you for that and this will be a part of their fond childhood memories forever.

They are easy to find and their are a load of websites offering them.You can easily print these out,cut them out(I do this part in bulk :D)and put them in their lunch packs or shirt pockets or pencil cases or socks or anywhere else.You can find them here,here,here and here.

Tell me if you like the idea I'll keep posting more of these.
So until next time goodbye and take care.

Loads of happiness and laughter.


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