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RBI launches Mani app to challenge currency notes


Mobile Aided Note Identifier by RBI for the visually impaired

Bank notes were introduced under the Mahatma Gandhi (New) series with changes in size and design.


November 2016. Under this new series, Banknotes in
Denominations of Rs 10, Rs.20, Rs.50, Rs.100, Rs.200 and Rs.2000 have been issued. The Reserve Bank of India has been sensitive to the challenges posed by the blind in conducting their day-to-day business with Indian banknotes. This application will help the blind identify the value of Indian banknotes of Mahatma Gandhi series and Mahatma Gandhi (new) series, which capture the image of notes placed in front of the rear mobile camera. The application will generate audio and non-sound notification informing the user to the currency note denomination.

Mumbai: To help different people, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Wednesday launched a mobile app to identify currency notes. The Union Minister said that the blind can identify the value of a note using the application, which can also work offline.


Users can download the app named 'MANI', which is an abbreviation for Mobile Aided Note Identifier, and will have to scan notes using the camera, stating that the audio output is Hindi and English to give our results. Will be in


Disclaimer - This mobile application has been made available by the Reserve Bank of India at no cost to guide the visually impaired in identifying the denomination of Indian banknotes. The Reserve Bank of India nor any of its officers nor agencies nor officers nor employees nor consultants make any warranty or make any representation, express or implied as to the completeness or accuracy of the results given by the application. , Including, but not limited to, differences in conditions, which may vary depending on the account, including the light, drainage status of banknotes and interference from nearby objects.

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 Users can exercise discretion by checking the denomination through other methods of note recognition and supplementing the app's results. The Reserve Bank of India assumes no responsibility whatsoever, and no claim shall lie against the Reserve Bank of India, for the results of the application and any decision taken by the users based on the said just results. By downloading, accessing or using this application, you consent to this disclaimer. This mobile application does not do reality check or authentication of Indian banknotes

RBI launches Mani app to challenge currency notes

RBI launches Mani app to challenge currency notes


Mobile Aided Note Identifier by RBI for the visually impaired

Bank notes were introduced under the Mahatma Gandhi (New) series with changes in size and design.


November 2016. Under this new series, Banknotes in
Denominations of Rs 10, Rs.20, Rs.50, Rs.100, Rs.200 and Rs.2000 have been issued. The Reserve Bank of India has been sensitive to the challenges posed by the blind in conducting their day-to-day business with Indian banknotes. This application will help the blind identify the value of Indian banknotes of Mahatma Gandhi series and Mahatma Gandhi (new) series, which capture the image of notes placed in front of the rear mobile camera. The application will generate audio and non-sound notification informing the user to the currency note denomination.

Mumbai: To help different people, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Wednesday launched a mobile app to identify currency notes. The Union Minister said that the blind can identify the value of a note using the application, which can also work offline.


Users can download the app named 'MANI', which is an abbreviation for Mobile Aided Note Identifier, and will have to scan notes using the camera, stating that the audio output is Hindi and English to give our results. Will be in


Disclaimer - This mobile application has been made available by the Reserve Bank of India at no cost to guide the visually impaired in identifying the denomination of Indian banknotes. The Reserve Bank of India nor any of its officers nor agencies nor officers nor employees nor consultants make any warranty or make any representation, express or implied as to the completeness or accuracy of the results given by the application. , Including, but not limited to, differences in conditions, which may vary depending on the account, including the light, drainage status of banknotes and interference from nearby objects.

Important Link
Download This App

 Users can exercise discretion by checking the denomination through other methods of note recognition and supplementing the app's results. The Reserve Bank of India assumes no responsibility whatsoever, and no claim shall lie against the Reserve Bank of India, for the results of the application and any decision taken by the users based on the said just results. By downloading, accessing or using this application, you consent to this disclaimer. This mobile application does not do reality check or authentication of Indian banknotes
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