Bharatanatyam Hasta Mudra Coins Price List in India

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Bharatanatyam Hasta Mudra Coins Price List

Hasta Mudra Coin Overview

Face Value50 Paise Coin₹1 Coin₹2 Coin
Type of CoinStandard circulation coinStandard circulation coinStandard circulation coin
MetalStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless Steel
Years2008 – 20102007 – 20112007
ShapeRoundRoundRound
Weight3.8 g4.8 g5.8 g
Diameter22 mm25 mm27 mm
Thickness1.62 mm1.47 mm1.5 mm
Max. Price Value100010,0001500

All About the Hasta Mudra Coin Series

RBI introduced Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra theme coins in 2007, starting with the Re 1 denomination coin, later in the series Rs 2 and 50 paise denomination coins were also issued. These coins were minted only for five years from 2007 to 2011. Due to their amazing designs and low numbers, some coins of this series became rare and valuable.

In recognition of its idea of spreading Indian culture and traditions, the Government of India has depicted this beautiful and soulful dance with Bharatanatyam hand gestures (Hasta Mudra) depicted on its coins. In 2007, a design team led by Professor Anil Sinha of the National Institute of Design (NID) used the hand postures of the traditional dance form, Bharatnatyam, as the design. Different gestures were used for each coin – Mushti (fist) hand gesture for the 50 paisa coin, Shikhar (mountain peak) hand gesture for the 1 rupee coin, and Kartari (with two fingers) hand posture is determined for the 2 rupee coins.

Through this post, we will provide you complete information about all the coins of the Hasta Mudra series, so stay with us till the end. Before moving on to the details about the design, shape, size and current price value of all the Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra coins, let us know a little about the word “Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra”.

What is Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra?

Indian traditional dances include many classical dances, of which ‘Bharatanatyam’ is the richest and oldest classical dance. This traditional classical dance form originated from the state of Tamil Nadu. Most of the styles of ‘Bharatanatyam’ Nitya are derived from “Natyasastra” written by “Bharata Muni” in the second century BC, due to which Bharatanatyam got its name after Bharat Muni.

One of the most fascinating aspects in the ‘Bharatanatyam’ dance is the use of hand gestures, known as Hasta Mudras. The dancer beautifully renders his facial expressions as well as his hand gestures (Hasta Mudra). Bharatanatyam is considered the epitome of beauty and perfection for a dancer.

50 Paise (पैसा) Rupee Hasta Mudra Coin’s Price Value and Other Details

After Rs 1 and Rs 2 of the Bharatanatyam Hasta Mudra series, let us now talk about the 50 paise coin of this series, which was minted only for three years from 2008 to 2010. Since 50 paise coins are not in circulation in the Indian market, it is difficult for you to see a coin with this amazing design.

Due to these coins not being in circulation and being less in number, some coins of this series became rare and valuable. Let us know about the design, shape, size and price of these 50 paise coins.

Design of 50 Paise Hasta (Mushti) Mudra Coins

Now talking about the design of the 50 Paise Hasta Mudra coins made of Stainless Steel, the shape of this coin is Round. The weight of these coins is 3.8 grams, thickness is 1.62 mm and diameter is 22 mm.

One side of these coins is divided into three parts by two lines, on the upper part “Bharat” (भारत) is written in Hindi and “India” is written in English, after this you can see “सत्यमेव जयते” written with Ashoka Pillar in the middle part. After this, the mint mark of the coins and the year of minting of the coins are encrypted below.

The other side of the coin has 50 paise (पैसे) written in Hindi and English and is engraved with Mushti (मुट्ठी) Mudra, one of the hand postures of Indian Nitya Bharatanatyam. In this Mushti Mudra, the palm is in the position of a closed fist. Mushti Hasta Mudra is the ninth Hasta Mudra among the 28 one-hand mudras described in Abhinaya Darpan.

Place of 50 Paise Hasta (Mushti) Mudra Coins Minted

These 50 paise Hasta Mudra Coins were minted in all these Indian governments’ mints, Bombay, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Noida mint. Mumbai Mint coins have a mint mark ⧫ (diamond/dot/B or M), Hyderabad Mint have a * (star) mint mark, Kolkata Mint coins have no mint mark, while Noida Mint coins have a mint mark °(small hollow dot).

Price Value of 50 Paise Hasta (Mushti) Mudra Coins

Now let’s talk, about the 50 paise Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra coin price value: The value of these 50 paisa coins issued as Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra Series coins has increased as they are not in much quantity due to not being in circulation and due to the rarity of these coins their value is many times more than the original. If you have these coins then you can get up to Rs 1,000 per coin. The price of 50 paisa Hasta Mudra coins in India depends on their condition as well as the year of issue and the mint of their mint.

NOTE:- Among the Hasta Mudra coins in the 50 paise variety of the year 2008, the coins minted at the Kolkata Mint are the rarest and most valuable.

One (एक) Rupee Hasta Mudra Coin’s Price Value and Other Details

RBI introduced Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra theme coins in 2007, starting with the Re 1 denomination coin, later in the series Rs 2 and 50 paise denomination coins were also issued. These coins were minted only for five years from 2007 to 2011. Due to their amazing designs and low numbers, some coins of this series became rare and valuable. Some coins of this 1 rupee series can fetch you a huge amount, details of which are given below. Let us know further about the design, shape, size and price of these 1 rupee coins.

Design of One Rupee Hasta Mudra Coins

Now talking about the design of the one rupee Hasta Mudra coins made of Stainless Steel, the shape of this 1 rupee coin is Round. The weight of these coins is 4.8 grams, thickness is 1.47 mm and diameter is 25 mm.

One side of these coins is divided into three parts by two lines, on the upper part “Bharat” (भारत) is written in Hindi and “India” is written in English, after this you can see “सत्यमेव जयते” written with Ashoka Pillar in the middle part. After this, the mint mark of the coins and the year of minting of the coins are encrypted below.

The other side of the coin has 1 Rupee (रुपया) written in Hindi and English and inscribed Shikhara Mudra, one of the hand postures of Indian Nitya Bharatanatyam. In this Shikhar Mudra made of Hasta Mudra, the thumb is raised 90 degrees and kept straight.

Place of One Rupee Hasta Mudra Coins Minted

These 1 rupee Cross Coins were minted in all these Indian governments’ mints, Bombay, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Noida mint. Mumbai Mint coins have a mint mark ⧫ (diamond/dot/B or M), Hyderabad Mint have a * (star) mint mark, Kolkata Mint coins have no mint mark, while Noida Mint coins have a mint mark °(small hollow dot).

Price Value of One Rupee Hasta Mudra Coins

Now let’s talk, about the 2 Rupee Cross coin price value: These 1 rupee coins issued in the form of Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra series coins will be easily seen in the Indian market but there are some important coins among these coins which can fetch you a huge amount of money. Due to their amazing design, their value is many times more than the original. If you have these coins then you can get up to Rs 10,000 per coin. The value of these coins depends on their condition as well as the year of issue and the mint of their mint.

NOTE:- Among the Hasta Mudra coins in the 1 rupee variety of the year 2008, the coins minted at the Kolkata Mint and Noida Mint are the rarest and most valuable.

Two (दो) Rupee Hasta Mudra Coin’s Price Value and Other Details

After 50 paise and 1 rupee of Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra series, now let us talk about the 2 rupee coin of this series which was minted in five years from 2007 to 2011. Some coins of this series of Rs 2 can fetch you a huge amount, the details of which are given below. Let us know further about the design, shape, size and price of these 2 rupee coins.

Design of Two Rupee Hasta Mudra Coins

Now talking about the design of the two rupee Hasta Mudra coins made of Stainless Steel, the shape of these 2 rupee coin is Round. The weight of these coins is 5.8 grams, thickness is 1.5 mm and diameter is 27 mm.

One side of these coins is divided into three parts by two lines, on the upper part “Bharat” (भारत) is written in Hindi and “India” is written in English, after this you can see “सत्यमेव जयते” written with Ashoka Pillar in the middle part. After this, the mint mark of the coins and the year of minting of the coins are encrypted below.

The other side of the coin has 2 rupees (रुपया) written in Hindi and English and is engraved with Kartari Mukha Mudra, one of the hand postures of Indian Nitya Bharatanatyam. In this Kartari Mudra made from Hasta Mudra, the little finger and ring finger are folded and pressed against the thumb, while the index and middle fingers are extended to show the scissor.

Place of Two Rupee Hasta Mudra Coins Minted

These 1 rupee Cross Coins were minted in all these Indian governments’ mints, Bombay, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Noida mint. Mumbai Mint coins have a mint mark ⧫ (diamond/dot/B or M), Hyderabad Mint have a * (star) mint mark, Kolkata Mint coins have no mint mark, while Noida Mint coins have a mint mark °(small hollow dot).

Price Value of Two Rupee Hasta Mudra Coins

Now let’s talk, about the 2 Rupee Cross coin price value: These 2 rupee coins issued as Bharatnatyam Hasta Mudra series coins will be easily seen in the Indian market but there are some important coins among these coins which can fetch you huge amounts of money. Due to their amazing design, their price is many times more than the original. If you have these coins then you can get up to Rs 1500 per coin. The value of these coins depends on their condition as well as the year of issue and their mint.

NOTE:- Among the Rs 2 Hasta Mudra coins, the coins minted at Kolkata Mint of the year 2007 and Hyderabad Mint of the year 2008 are the rarest and most valuable.

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What is Hasta Mudra in Bharatanatyam?

One of the most fascinating aspects in the ‘Bharatanatyam’ dance is the use of hand gestures, known as Hasta Mudras. The dancer beautifully renders his facial expressions as well as his hand gestures (Hasta Mudra).

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