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Banknote of 1 rupee of 1995 - Nepal - World Paper Money P-37a.2 - UNC. Series 1988-2001 Issue.
Obverse: King Birendra bir Bikram in Nepal the crown of feathers bird of Paradise. The Pashupatinath temple is the biggest Hindu temple of Shiva in the world and the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu situated on the banks of the Bagmati river in Deopatha near Kathmandu. A gilded statue of the sacred bull Nandi. The obverse of the old Nepali coins.
Birendra (28 December 1945 — 1 June 2001), the tenth king of Nepal from 1972 to 2001 from the dynasty of the Shah. Marshal of the Royal Nepalese army (31 January 1972).
Reverse side: Mount AMA Dablam near to Everest. Himalayan musk deer (Moschus chrysogaster). The coat of arms of Nepal and the Bank logo.
AMA Dablam (AMA-Dablan or Amu-Dublin) is a mountain in the Himalayas, the height of the main peak 6814 m, the lower peak is 5563 metres in the Khumbu region of Nepal. Despite the relatively small height are well known due to its characteristic form. Considered one of the most beautiful peaks in the vicinity of Everest. Located in the national Park of Sagarmatha.
Himalayan musk deer (lat. Moschus leucogaster) is a cloven-hoofed mammal of the family Kabulovich. Distributed in the Himalayas on the territory of Bhutan, Northern India (including Sikkim) and Nepal, and also sometimes comes in southwest China. Inhabits desert, shrublands Alpine plateau at an altitude of 2 500 m above sea level. M. Inhabits meadows, rocky deserts and pine forests. Eats mainly grass, leaves, shoots and twigs of shrubs, moss, lichens. Usually has a solitary crepuscular lifestyle. Over the last 20 years the population of Himalayan musk deer in the wild has dropped by more than 50 % due to excessive poaching for meat, which in some regions is considered a delicacy, and musk glands, which secrete a musk, very popular in Eastern medicine due to alleged pharmaceutical properties. As a rare endangered species listed in the IUCN Red list and Appendix II of CITES in China and Appendix I in all other countries. Inhabits several protected areas.
Watermark: Nepalese crown of feathers a bird of Paradise. Issuing centre: Central Bank of Nepal. With the caption: Satyendra Pyara Shrestha (1995-2000).
Obverse: King Birendra Bir Bikram wearing a plumed crown; Pashupatinath Temple - the biggest Hindu templeof Lord Shiva in the world and the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu, located on the banks of the Bagmati river inDeopatan near Kathmandu; Gold plated statue of the sacred Nandi Bull at Pashupatinath Temple; Flying Garudaangels; Old coin design. Reverse: Mt. Ama Dablam near Mt. Everest; Himalayan Musk Deer (Moschuschrysogaster); Coat of arms; Bank logo. Watermark: Plumed crown. Signature: Satyendra Pyara Shrestha.