During a ceremony in the new Parliament building on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi released a special commemorative postage stamp and a Rs 75 coin.”Some instances in every country’s development journey become immortal. “May 28th is one of those days,” Prime Minister Modi stated in the new Lok Sabha. He stated that the new Parliament is more than simply a structure; it is a symbol of 140 crore people’s aspirations.
The Rs 75 coin was introduced to commemorate the inauguration of the new Parliament building, a historic event in the country. The piece, which was struck at the Mint under the authorization of the central government, is circular with a diameter of 44 mm, weighs approximately 35 grams, and has 200 serrations along its edges. It is made of a quaternary alloy that contains 50% silver, 40% copper, 5% nickel, and 5% zinc.
According to the announcement, one side of the coin would feature the picture of the Lion Capital of the Ashoka Pillar in the centre, flanked by the words “Bharat” in Devanagari script and “INDIA” in English. Below the Lion Capital, the rupee symbol “” and denominational value “75” will be inscribed in international numerals. The image of the Parliament Complex will appear on the other side of the coin, with the year “2023” in international numbers underneath the image.
On the upper peripheral, the words “Sansad Sankul” will be written in Devanagari script, and on the lower periphery, “Parliament Complex” will be written in English.