Thursday, May 1, 2008

Creative money

Money. The basic necessity. Can buy almost everything except for priceless moments. People are greedy for money. People suicide if there is no money. Money is the solution to many problems. And money is the factor that splits human relationships. Society has classified people into poor and rich coz of money. Money. A big big thing.

Naaaaaaaaaaa! I am not going to lecture how important it is in our life or why we should save or why greed should not spoil a human. Today as I was checking my wallet.. I took out this note of 50 and was looking at it's print coz it was a brand new one.. and the look of a brand new note is something! I have never observed a note that carefully .. as in it's design, features, art or it's colour. I was jobless and decided to give it some limelight. The Gandhi face and the extra designs are picture perfect. And some notes had the dandi march drawing whereas some had the parliament building in it. It's so amazing the way each one in manufactured. Jus a note that could bring us from the chawls to the Ambanis. Have you noticed a different picture on the note? Then do share it here.
Jai Hind!

6 comments:

Vishnu Visakh S said...

MONEY IS EVERYTHING NEHA.......

WITHOUT MONEY..........NOTHIN HAPPENS

NEHAAA...DO U WANNA.....PLAY FOR INDIA IN HOCKEY......HI HI....

MONEY CAN MAKE U AN INTERNATIONAL.....PLAYER..

g-man said...

hm, i rarely have a 50 in my possession long enough for me to study the graphics on it. when i do though, i am careful not to take it out of my purse lest it get transformed into notes and/or coins of smaller denominations that do not add up to 50

Neha Sasikumar said...
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Neha Sasikumar said...

I luv collecting coins...even if it's 50 p.

Devika said...

Hi Dear,
A great topic again,

Yeah youre right. Money can buy you materials but not happiness, else wouldnt all those rich be happy??.
Like they say,Money can buy you a bed but not sleep!!
Good one,Keep blogging:))

Love,
Devika

Neha Sasikumar said...

That's precisely why I said somethings are priceless.